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... are now reprinted with corrections and additions , * Introduction to the New
Testament , by John David Michaelis , & c . chapter the last . † Sir I. Newton on
the Apocalypse , ch . i . p . 249. Lardner's Credibility of the Gospel History , and ,
Of the Gospels , he only quotes , or even plainly alludes to , those of St. Matthew
and St. John . And it will appear dubious , io those who examine the writings of
this Father , whether the Acts of the Apostles , or any of the Scriptural Epistles ,
But shall we affirm , that Ignatius rejected two of the Gospels , and fourteen other
books of sacred Scripture , because no evident allusion to them can be found in
these his hasty Epistles ? No one will make this affirmation . The authenticity and
And tơ two only , of the four Gospels , has Papias given evidence . Yet no ... then
treating on the Gospels , it is stronger evidence against St. John's Gospel , that he
did not mention that Gospel , than that he omitted to mention his Apocalypse .
41 1 1 mentioned that Papias - had reported some doctrines and parables of our
Saviour , not contained in the Gospels , but learnt by oral tradition , and among
these some things that are fabulous , classes among the latter his Millenarian ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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