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Ephesus is represented as having forsaken her former love , or charity ; Sardis as
have ing acquired a name , or reputation ; which she had also forfeited ;
Laodicea as become luke . warm , or indifferent . Now , changes of this kind , in a
The feet of the Son of Man are described In the Epistle , The body of the suffering
Martyr is represented , Ουκ ως σαρξ καιομενη , αλλ ' ως και αγγίρος εν καμινα
Θυρομενοι Ομοιοι χαλκολιβανω ως εν καμινω σεTrupa proto χρυσος That the
When we turn to that passage ( page 490 ) which is designed to invalidate the
testimony of Andreas by this argument , “ that he " who had falsely represented
Gregory , as an evidence for the Apocalypse , may be supposed to have done the
... to represent the well - considered and respectable evidence of Origen , as
depending solely on the aythority of his master Hippolitus , or ( which is still more
extraordinary ) to be the result of that duplicity , which our author attributes (
Upon the whole , the candid examiner cannot but perceive , that the external
evidence for the authenticity and divine inspiration of the Apocalypse is of
prepondérating weight ; and that Michaelis is by no means justifiable in
representing it ...
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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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