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... the subject of an Epistle being received at a place to which it was addressed ,
vol . i . p . 368 . * Euseb . v . 24 . § Cave , Script . Illust . Euseb , H. E. lib . iv . 26 .
Euseb , H. e . lib . iv , 26. Hierom . Proleg , 27 . a Prophet cess . a Prophet by
... deemed divinely inspired by our own writers . If such a writer should quote from
such a book , for instance , from the Second Book of Esdras , and intro . duce his
quotation after the manner of Gregory ; “ I have heard " the Prophet Ezra , in the ...
It would only be necessary to ask - Have these prophecies been fulfilled ? for , if it
be answered in the affirmative , the consequence immediately follows ; the
Prophet was inspired , and his book is divine . This criterion may , in some future
There is , in short , between the writer of the Apocalypse , and his predecessors
in the såcred office of Prophet , that concordia discors , tbat agree ment in matter ,
but difference in manner , which is observed in painters , who delineate and ...
ture of the Apocalypse is noble and sublime ; that “ the imitation of the ancient
Prophets is , for the “ most part , more beautiful and more magnificent - “ than the
original * ; more short , more abounding in picturesque beauties t . " Whilst I
Whilst I ...
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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