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... object of inquiry . And in deterinining the several steps of this previous question
, it is necessary to adduce both kinds of evidence . Still they shall be kept apart ,
and each come in its order . unto unto death ; John himself , the writer , was 8.
13 , he who is ordered to write the book , beholds in the vision “ one like unto the
Son of Man . ” Now , who but an eye - witness of our Lord's person upon earth ,
could pronounce , from the likeness , that it was he ? St. John had lived familiarly
1 1 The Revelation of Jesus 1 The Revelation of Jesus ΑΠΟΚΑΛΥΨΙΣ ΙηChrist ,
which God Christ ; which God co Xpiso , w iBXEY gave unto him , to gave unto
him , to æÚT ó Ords , ösīžai shew unto his ser shew unto his servants τις δέλοις ...
... God gave unto him . ] The scheme of the Christian revelation is mediatorial
throughout . God giveth to the Son I , dispensing knowledge and favour through
him . Ib . IVhich must come to pass in a short time . ] The same expression is seen
1. f Ib . Unto his servant John . ] John the Evangelist , one of the twelve Apostles ,
as will appear from the Dissertation preceding these notes . Ver . 2. Who bare
record of the word of God , & c . ] This may be understood to allude to the former ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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