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... 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
Hence , the diligence of * Macknight's General Preface to the Epistles . +
Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testament , c . xii . sect . 1 , and in other
passages , succeeding succeeding scholars , by the collation of the remaining
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
1. 2. and L'Enfant and Beausobre's Preface to the Apoc . ; also , Lardner's
Supplement to the Cred . Gosp . Hist . ch . xxii , where passages fro : n these
books are quoted . # Acts iv . 13 . are are such as seem not to have been used in
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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