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These letters , having been received favourably by the learned , 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 ...
For the same reasons , and supported by the same authority , he has not
confined him . self to the received division by chapters , but has portioned the
book into parts and sections , as its internal structure seemed to require . The
To which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on the Divine Origin of the Book; in Answer to
the Objections of the Late Professor J.D. Michaelis John Chappel Woodhouse. 0
1 CONTENTS OF THE DISSERTATIO.N . PAGE CHAPTER I. Of.
N . PAGE CHAPTER I. Of the Method pursued in this Enquiry CHAPTER II . Of the
Time , when the Apocalypse appears to have been written and published 6
CHAPTER III . The Testimony of Irenĉus and of other Fathers in the Church
PAGE CHAPTER V. The Evidence against the Apocalypse during its first Century
; the rejection of it by Marcion , and by the Alogi ; their Objections , so far as they
relate to external Evidence , examined 54 CHAPTER VI . The Testimonies of ...
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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