Do the heavens that reveal God's glory also reveal His plan of salvation? Yes, says Joseph A. Seiss, who contemplated the strange figures of the Zodiac and studied the writings of astronomers through the ages. Drawing upon scientific, historical and biblical sources, Seiss assembles persuasive arguments supporting his thesis that the Gospel of Jesus Christ can be seen in the stars. Illustrated.
Joseph A. Seiss (1823-1904) was one of the most effective and popular Lutheran preachers of the nineteenth century. In addition to his pastoral duties, he was active as a lecturer and writer. His more than a dozen works include The Gospel in Leviticus, Lectures on Hebrews, and The Apocalypse.