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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 a kingdom may be in a great degree independent of the fates and
revolutions of empires ; affected only by those changes in the political world
which are calculated to produce the encrease or decline of religious knowledge ,
and of pure ...
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 ...
... that he considered the Apocalypse as an inspired book , delivered down to his
time as such by the early Fathers of the Church ; they moreover produce , and
under the same head , the criticisms of this writer on the style and manner of the ...
Now , changes of this kind , in a whole body of Christians , must be gradual , and
the production of many yearst . Colosse and Iliera polis were Churches of note in
St. Paul's time . I ; but they are not mentioned in the Apocalypse , although they ...
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Related Subjects: Michaelis, J. D. | Bible. -- N.T. -- Revelation -- Commentaries.
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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