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For , as the language , symbols , and predictions , thus interpreted by the
assistance of Scripture , were to be applied afterwards to historical facts , a
preliminary question seemed to occur ; -to what kind of history are they to be
A third controlling principle seemed also requisite , arising from a consideration
of the nature and kind of that kingdom , which bad thus appeared to be the grand
object of the propbecies . It is a kingdom , not temporal , but spiritual ; “ not a ...
... its external evidence with that kind of prejudice , which is visible in the writings
of this learned divine . But , in our examination of the external evidence , we
ought , so far as human infirmity may permit , to be free from any partiality ; and to
Now , changes of this kind , in a whole body of Christians , must be gradual , and
the production of many yearst . Colosse and Iliera polis were Churches of note in
St. Paul's time . I ; but they are not mentioned in the Apocalypse , although they ...
... no more doubt could remain concerning its authenticity , and divine inspiration
, * In another passage of Michaelis's introduction be has observ . ed , that “ no
subscription of this kind is entitled to the name of evi“ dence ; ” Ch . vii . sect . 10.
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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