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... evidence which can be produced in its support . The author of the following
work , for the solution of his own difficulties , had engaged in this inquiry even
before the publication of Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testament , by Mr.
Such uniform similarity , he observes , is almost inevitably produced by the
method which the translators have commonly pursued ; by their examining the
steps of their predecessors , while they themselves were translating , and not
after they ...
A third opinion ( as it is called ) has been produced by those writers , who ,
having explained some of the Apocalyptical prophecies , as fulilled in the Jewish
wars , which ended in the destruction of Jerusalem , are interested to make it
... though he does not adopt the opinion , inentions it as the opinion of some
others . And Michaelis , who favours this third opinion , is disposed to believe it
derived from Hippolitus , or Irenĉus . But he has produced no evidence of the
For , under the fourth opinion , we must produce the words of Irenĉus , which
have been understood , by all the ancients , and by all the modern critics ... We
have already produced all the evidence which has any tendency to contradict this
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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