Robert Dick Wilson (February 4, 1856 – October 11, 1930) was an American linguist and Presbyterian scholar who made major contributions in verifying the reliability of the Hebrew Bible. In his quest to determine the accuracy of the original manuscripts, Wilson eventually learned 45 languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, as well as all the languages into which the Scriptures had been translated up to 600 AD. (Source Wikipedia)
It is impossible to underestimate the contribution of Wilson, which is important even to this day. Is it our pleasure to reprint his books and keep his testimony alive.
A SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF THE OLD TESTMENT by Robert Dick Wilson
Few scholars had credentials like Robert Dick Wilson. Wilson knew over 45 languages, which gave him direct access to most of the ancient documentations. In this book, first published in 1926, he discusses the authenticity of the Old Testament in a unique and authoritative way. He was born February 4, 1856. He graduated at the age of 20 from Princeton University. Then again at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He was a professor at the Western Theological Seminary, at Princeton Theological Seminary and at Westminster Theological Seminary. He died October 11, 1930. His books are outstanding. They must be cherished as a valuable contribution to the cause of the defense of the authenticity and reliability of the Bible.
STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF DANIEL by Robert Dick Wilson
Robert Dick Wilson (1856-1930) was a defender of the authority of the Bible.
Besides teaching at Princeton Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary, he knew 45 languages. His unique skills let him write books which to this day can prove to be quite useful to those interested in the study of the Old Testament.
Studies in the Book of Daniel was written in 1917 but its content is still actual to this day.
IS THE HIGHER CRITICISM SCHOLARLY? by Robert Dick Wilson
A small but most valuable contribution to Christian Apologetic literature.