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The internal Evidence respecting the Apocalypse ; from the Completion of its
Prophecies ; from its Correspondence in point of Doctrine and of Imagery with
other Books of Divine Authority : Objections of Michaelis answered . True
character of ...
... to conclude , that Polycarp received the Apocalypse as divine Scripture ;
because it was so received by Irenĉus , his Auditor , who appeals to him and the
Asiatic Churches , over one of which Polycarp presided , for the truth of his
41 1 1 mentioned that Papias - had reported some doctrines and parables of our
Saviour , not contained in the Gospels ... and among these some things that are
fabulous , classes among the latter his Millenarian doctrine , u That , after the ...
Certainly we can shew , in this chapter , a passage , which , literally taken , would
be a groundwork for Papias's millenary doctrines ; but neither Eusebius , nor
Michaelis , were able to prove any such oral tradition received by Papias , upon ...
The Millenary doctrines appear then first to have taken that form , agreeably to
the xxth chapter of the Apocalypse , which , literally interpreted , would supply
those notions . 2. If the Apocalypse had been written after the times of Papias ,
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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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