Comments on this work include the four given below, all which were given without the solicitation or knowledge of the author.
1. The Evangelical Repository notes, 'the author adduces a greater number of Scriptural illustrations than any other writer on prophecy we ever met with.'
2. Hutcheson writes, 'I can recommend it to any person as condensing the best thoughts to be had on the subject.'
3. Brooks says, 'I have derived more knowledge of the Apocalypse from this work than from all other expositions which I have consulted.'
4. And finally, John Cunningham comments, 'It is neither a dictionary nor concordance; neither a confession of faith, nor an encyclopedia, but a thesaurus of Theology, embodying the characters of all these.'
Steele also notes, regarding this book, that his 'principal aim (was) simply to ascertain and present to the reader the mind of the Holy Spirit... by comparing spiritual things with spiritual.'
Steele's Notes on the Apocalypse is also available in printed (book) format at http://www.swrb.com/catalog/c.htm and on Reformation CD 14 at http://www.swrb.com/Puritan/reformation-bookshelf-CDs.htm
Steele dedicated this work to John Cunningham, author of The Ordinance of Covenanting ($14.99 P, $29.00 HP, 323 pages) which is at http://www.swrb.com/catalog/c.htm.
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