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Archdeacon Paley has shewn by probable arguments , that the subscriptions to
six of St. Paul's Epistles contain false information , contrary to evidence fairly
deduced from the Epistles themselves . Horĉ Paulina , ch . xv . But But such
... when he is said to have published the books which contain this testimony . But
during this period of eighty years , other writers appear to have quoted , and
acknowledged the Apocalypse . We will now , therefore , take a retrospect of their
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 ...
But Eusebius may be mistaken in this supposition , because he is evidently so in
another , which is contained in the same passage . le supposes Irenĉus to have
founded his Millenary notions on the tradition and authority of Papias : but ...
... the ingenious author of it , ( who will be supposed , from this passage , to have
favoured the Millenarian tenets , ) would not have contented himself with that
short description of the terrestrial reign of Christ , which is contained in three
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Related Subjects: Michaelis, J. D. | Bible. -- N.T. -- Revelation -- Commentaries.
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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