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... version may be compared with the Greek , and also with the common English
translation , of which it is corrective , they are all printed together . Those words
are placed between tween brackets , to which Griesbach has prefixed his mark
tween brackets , to which Griesbach has prefixed his mark , denoting that they
are probably to be expunged ; and those are wholly omitted , which he has
inserted in his interior margin , accounting them indubitably spurious * . Probable
Eusebius produces only a conjecture , “ perhaps “ John the Presbyter was its
author ; " but what * The attempt , in modern times , is to mark it as a forgery , . “ a
spurious production , introduced probably into the world after " the death of St.
... appealing to a proof which has never been admitted with respect to former
revelations ; a prophet , who both in doctrine , and in the relation of events , past
and future , is seen to contradict , or add strange extravagant conceits to Mark vi .
A Bishop or Presbyter would have added the name of his church ; but John , the
Apostle , needed no such distinguishing mark or appellation . A fabricator of an
Epistle , containing a revelation in St. John's name , would perhaps have added ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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