William M. Ramsay: The Seven Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia

I have created a PBB resource of William M. Ramsay’s book, The Seven Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia and Their Place in the Plan of the Apocalypse. You can download it by clicking the attachment link below.

Ramsay was an archaeologist and New Testament scholar who was raised an atheist. However, in setting out to disprove the historical and factual nature of the travels of St. Paul, Ramsay discovered that the book of Acts was accurate down to the smallest detail. In 1896, he published his book, Saint Paul: The Traveller and Roman Citizen, a historical commentary on the book of Acts (available at the Logos product page).

You can read a brief bio of Ramsay at Conservapedia.com.

Of Ramsay, F.F. Bruce said: “My debt to the writings of Sir William Ramsay is evident throughout the work, and I am repeatedly amazed by scholars of a later date who seem unaware of the contributions of peculiar value which he made to certain areas of New Testament study” (The Acts of the Apostles [Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990] xvi).