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Only those passages to which he has prefixed his mark = , denoting that they are
probably no part of the original text , are included in brackets , after the manner
adopted in Bower's Greek Testament . + The modern attempts to amend the ...
... Objections of Michaelis . Enquiry whether John the Evangelist , and John the
Divine , were by the Ancients accounted the same Person . Evidence , from a
Passage in the Book , that it was written by St. John . Recapitulation and
... 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.
And no person , possessed of that valuable qualification , can read this passage ,
translated literally into any language , without perceiving that the thing
represented to be seen in the latter clause , must be the same which was said to
meaning of the passage . But since we possess the original Greek , we must
have recourse to the text as it stands there ; of which the learned in the present
age are at least as good judges as this translator , who , if by using the words “
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Related Subjects: Michaelis, J. D. | Bible. -- N.T. -- Revelation -- Commentaries.
Hathi Trust Digital Library (Full Text) http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015069248956
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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