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This supreme and universal dominion , gradually and finally to prevail , appears
to be the grand object of all sacred prophecy : and revolutions of worldly power
among the Gentiles , seem to be noticed only at those times , when they impede
He * In the last chapter of his Introduction of the New Testament , to the pages of
which , as published by Mr. Marsh , the figures at the bottom of these pages will
be found to refer . seems 1 seems to have approached it with prejudice ; a Of the
1. 2. and L'Enfant and Beausobre's Preface to the Apoc . ; also , Lardner's
Supplement to the Cred . Gosp . Hist . ch . xxii , where passages fro : n these
books are quoted . # Acts iv . 13 . are are such as seem not to have been used in
Michaelis seems to pass this sentence upon all of them but one , which refers
Espain to to ovou , and which , to me , appears as forced and improbable as any
of the rest . What was seen ? answer , the name was seen ! If Irenĉus had
The candid and judicious Lardner , after an examination of this evidence , says , “
His ( Irenĉus's ) testimony for this “ book is so strong and full , that , considering
the age of Irenĉus , he seems to put it beyond all ' s question , that it is the work ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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