Here's some basic information about Sauer (relatively difficult to find, by the way): Eric Sauer was born in Berlin, Germany, on Saturday, December 31, 1898 and died in Wiedenest, Germany, on Wednesday, February 25, 1959, at 60. He was raised in the Open Brethren Church (Plymouth Brethren?) to which both his parents belonged. He was involved in a Bible school in Wiedenest from sometime in the 1930s until his death. He authored (at least) five books: The Dawn of World Redemption: A Survey of Historical Revelation in the Old Testament (1951) The Triumph of the Crucified: A Survey of Historical Revelation in the New Testament (1951) From Eternity to Eternity: An Outline of the Divine Purposes (1954) In the Arena of Faith: A Call to a Consecrated Life (1955) The King of the Earth: The Nobility of Man According to the Bible and Science (1962) The first three books were translated from the German by one G. H. Lang. The remaining two have no translator listed (I'm presuming it's Lang). All years of publication are, obviously, for the English translations. I haven't seen any dates for the original German publications. I assume that the fifth book was his last work, in that it was published three years after his death. F. F. Bruce wrote the foreward for the first book (which makes sense, as Bruce was also Open Brethren). A. Rendle Short wrote the foreward for the second volume. All five books were published by Paternoster Press in England and by Eerdmans over here. So: my question is - aside from the above, does anyone on the PB know anything about this guy? Rumor has it that he was a dispensationalist. Other than that, I've heard that his books are well-written and saturated with Scripture. Any guesses out there?