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The late distinguished Professor , J. D. Michaelis , in a work of great merit , and of
general circulation * , has proposed this question , and assigned reasons for his
doubts respecting it . It is now , therefore , incumbent upon the learned Christian ...
For the same reasons , and supported by the same authority , he has not
confined him . self to the received division by chapters , but has portioned the
book into parts and sections , as its internal structure seemed to require . The
I shall freely use the arguments of Michaelis , where I can see reason to agree
with him ; but , where I am obliged to dissent , it will be necessary to take a larger
compass . I. The earliest date assigned to the Apocalypse is in the reign of the ...
But , it is said , there is reason to believe that the opinion is more ancient than the
period here referred to ; for Andreas Cęsariensis , who wrote about the year 500
, though he does not adopt the opinion , inentions it as the opinion of some ...
... are driven to the attempt of establishing this necessary postulatum , that “ it was
written before the times in which ( they say ) these prophecies were fulfilled . ”
This is the true reason , ( as Michaelis allows ) allows * , ) why they have recourse
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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