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It is a kingdom , not temporal , but spiritual ; “ not a kingdom of this world * , ” not
established by the means and apparatus of worldly power and pompt , not
bearing the external ensigns of royalty ; but governing the inward man , by
Erasmus possessed but one ; Stephens had only two ; and it is not made
apparent that Beza had the means of consulting moret . Hence , the diligence of *
Macknight's General Preface to the Epistles . + Michaelis's Introduction to the
We shall review these with more advantage , after the consideration of this
important evidence . Irenĉus , the auditor of Polycarp , and of other apostolical
men , who had conversed with St. John , had the best means of information
Upon the whole , the candid examiner cannot but perceive , that the external
evidence for the authenticity and divine inspiration of the Apocalypse is of
prepondérating weight ; and that Michaelis is by no means justifiable in
representing it ...
Hence may be inferred , that the question was then so far settled in the mind of
Eusebius , that it must belong either to the first or third class , and by no means to
the second or fourth . It was not then esteemed , with the books of the fourth class
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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