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We shall , therefore , place the date of the Apocalypse , as Mill , Lardner , and
other able critics have placed it , in the years 96 or 97 : probably ( for reasons
now assigned ) at the beginning of the latter . It could not be circulated through
The advantage arose from the subjugated state in which this Church was holden
, at the beginning of the Reforınation , by the tyrannical hand of Henry the Eighth .
This retarded the settlementof our ecclesiastical opinions , till they were more ...
expression , notwithstanding any attempts to lower its signification , will be
understood by orthodox Christians to mean that divine nature , which from “ the
beginning was with God , ” the original Creator and final Judge of the world . With
He pronounces this writing of St. John to be “ a trea" tise rather than an Epistle , ”
and , therefore , says he , it has neither the name of the writer in the beginning ,
nor the usual salutations at the end * . Therefore , in all these writings of our ...
24 , and applied to the beginning of St. John's Gospel . The Christians are
described as worshipping Christ , with reference to this name tow reisor jureor
Orologerles . Euseb . H. E. lib . v . c . 28. And the Alogi , as we have seen ,
received that ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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