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Yet to interpret and explain , by scriptural induction , the symbols and language
under which the events are presignified ; to separate and assort the prophecies ;
to discriminate those whosc fulfilment has already taken place , and to point out ...
For , if the Apocalypse be of divine revelation , it appeared to me , that an
uniformity must be expected to subsist between this and other parts of sacred
Scripture ; and that the clue , for tracing and developing its figurative language
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
... that unless the language and symbols of the Apocalypse should in particular
passages direct , or evidently require , another mode of application , the
predictions were to be applied to events occurring in the progressive kingdom of
But to ascertain these in English idiom , was to produce a new English translation
; which , in this case , being designed solely for the use of the annotator , was
rendered as literally as the forms of the two languages would admit . When the ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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