The George Hawkins Pember Collection: Six Complete Classic Works in One Volume
by G.H. Pember
From his work on the mysteries of revelation to his “Great Prophecies” concerning Israel and the Gentile Age, to his masterpiece “Earth Earliest Ages,” English theologian George Hawkins Pember’s insights and analysis of the end times is more important today than ever before.
NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A SINGLE VOLUME, THE GEORGE HAWKINS PEMBER COLLECTION IS PROUD TO REPRODUCE…
* The Church, the Churches, and the Mysteries of Revelation and Corruption
* The Great Prophecies of the Centuries Concerning Israel and the Gentiles
* Earth Earliest’s Ages, and Their Connection with Modern Spiritualism and Theosophy
* The Antichrist, Babylon, and the Coming of the Kingdom
* The Lord’s Command (On Baptism)
* Animals: Their Past and Future
After 130 years, George Hawkins Pember’s masterpieces are finally available in print and set to unfold! Read them…understand…and prepare, because the time of the fulfillment is here!
G.H. Pember was an important student of prophecy. This book is composed of three different essays covering the different, but closely related, topics mentioned in the title. Whether it is interpreting the Dream of Nebuchadnezzar, identifying Mystery Babylon the Great, or predicting the role that the Rebuilding of Great Babylon will have in the end times, G.H. Pember was a man rich with foresight and capable of applying narratives that seem torn from today’s world events. Follow along as he describes;
“The Seven Dispensations”; “The Three Lines of Prophecy”; The “Three Prophetic Periods”; “Mystic Chronology” and finally the “Supernatural Judgments” that are soon to manifest worldwide.
George Hawkins Pember was born in 1837. He was educated at Cambridge University where he took his M.A. in Classics at age twenty-six. Upon his conversion to Christ, Pember determined to devote his scholastic talents to a close and comprehensive study of the Scriptures for the benefit of God’s people. His penchant for meticulous scholarship, extensive knowledge of ancient cultures, and keen spiritual insight combined to produce works of a quality and depth with few parallels in Christian expository literature. G. H. Pember died in 1910, leaving a rich legacy of reclaimed spiritual truth, upon which subsequent reformers such as J. N. Darby, Watchman Nee, G. H. Lang, and T. Austin-Sparks would build. G. H. Pember wrote this work to defend the biblical understanding of baptism, i.e., that it is for those who have already been saved through faith in Christ Jesus. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preliminary Remarks; The Meaning of Bapto and Baptizo; The Verdict of History’ The Argument from Mosaic Sprinklings; The Argument from Joel 2:28; Ezekiel 36:25; and Isaiah 52:15; The Argument from 1 Cor. 10:1, 2; 1 Peter 3:20, 21; The Baptism of John; The Baptism of the Three Thousand; The Baptism of the Eunuch; Burial with Christ in Baptism; Romans 6:3, 4; Col. 2:8-12; Born out of Water and Spirit; The Subjects of Baptism; A Problem and its Solution A Final Word.
1901. Or revelation and corruption. This volume searches the revelation with diligence and prayer. It begins with an investigation of the meaning and scriptural use of the word ecclesia, or church, and the author points out the practical bearings of that meaning and use. Following this is an attempt to discover what conditions and behavior the scriptures require of those who would be members of the now invisible church; what laws, ordinances and church-government they should be subject, and what gifts they should be endowed.
This is a book of distinct and conspicuous mark on the exhaustless theme of Scripture prophecy. It is evident that the conscientious labor and thought of years are embodied in the volume. While the author shows that he has studied with care the literature of his subject, he has at the same time wrought out an independent scheme of interpretation marked by great comprehensiveness and self-consistency.
Earth’s Earliest Ages by G.H. Pember is a study of Genesis 1 to 6, plus an extended discussion of Eastern religions and the occult. This classic work examines the biblical evidence for a post-creation catastrophe and destruction of the earth and a subsequent recreation. Pember examines the role of demonic forces in the first destruction of Earth under God’s judgment and compares them to the rise of spiritualism, Theosophy, and Buddhist thought.
“Thy Judgments are a great deep: O Lord, Thou preservest man and beast.” -Psalm 36:6. G.H. Pember’s classic treatise on the destiny of animals is unlike any other work on the subject. Pember carefully examines the redemption from the historical viewpoint of Genesis and the prophetic viewpoint of Revelation, showing that from the beginning immediately after the Fall, God’s desire has been to redeem not just man, but all that He entrusted to man’s care. “What these creatures really are, we have no means of finding out; nor can we tell whence they came, or whither they are going. If, however, we consult the inspired page, we shall be enabled to learn something both of their history and of their future destiny.” -G.H. Pember.
$29.95 for all 6 books in one volume!