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... the years when the writers lived , to be measured upon the scale below : When
the birth or death of a river is uncertain that uncer tainty is expressed by Tóks ,
before or after the line THE ( 1067 ] APOCALYPSE , 288108 OR , REVELATION.
From the interpretations most commonly received , many of the learned have
withholden their assent ; and doubts have been expressed , whether we are yet
in possession of the fortunate clues to be derived from human sagacity or Divine
But the word which is still retained , in preference to who or whom , when
referring to the great God of Heaven , whose personality is far different from that
of any of his creatures , and is therefore properly expressed by other terms t .
Sunday is called the Lord's Day * ; and we find the same expression used by
Ignatius -t , and other writers of later date . In the early books of Scripture , it is
called the first day of the week , or the first after the Sabbath , & c , but never the
This expression , though the idea be quite scriptural , is to be found , I believe , in
no other passage of the New Testament , but in this of the Apocalypse only . Rev.
xxi . 2 . Ignat . ad Ephes . sect , 3 , Την τσολιν την αγιας απο τα Θεο ...
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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