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The Christians at Rome , and , it may be , in some of the Roman provinces , were
persecuted in the reign of Nero . But there is no evidence , that the Christians in
Asia suffered at this time . And the arguments , used so successfully by Michaelis
... in his Commentary on the Apocalypse , has endeavoured to explain some of its
prophecies , as fulfilled in the Jewish wars ; and he has certainly affirmed , that “
destruction was not yet come upon the Jews , by the arms of the Romans , when
... examine the writings of this Father , whether the Acts of the Apostles , or any of
the Scriptural Epistles , are either indubitably quoted , or alluded to by him , a 0 À
1 • Ad Romanos , sect . v . except that to the Romans , the First to the except 30.
except that to the Romans , the First to the Corinthians , to the Galatians ,
Ephesians , Philippians , and the Second to Timothy . But shall we affirm , that
Ignatius rejected two of the Gospels , and fourteen other books of sacred
... the Roman Senate , eleven Cities contended for the possession of this Temple
: and , among these , were five of the seven ; for Sardis also and Laodicea
entered the lists on this occasion They were certainly therefore cities of great
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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