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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
I ; but they are not mentioned in the Apocalypse , although they were situated in
the same region of proconsular Asia , to which it was addressed . They were
probably become of less importance . All these changes required a lapse of time
He was a Greek by birth , as his name and language in port , and probably an
Asiatic Greek , for he was an auditor of Polycarp I , who was Bishop of Smyrna ,
one of the seven churches , and who had been the auditor of St. John the Apostle
Otherwise , he would not , in another passage , have been inclined to pronounce
it “ a spurious production , introduced probably into the world after the death of
Saint “ John * , ” who lived beyond the reign of Domitian . * The German critics ...
Some time must intervene , before Saint John could be at liberty either to write
the Apocalypse at Ephesus , or to send it by messengers ( now probably for the
first time admitted to approach hinı ) from Palmos * . We shall , therefore , place
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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