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... of the world , and can only be interpreted confidently and surely by the
assistance of the events fulfilling them . † Ch . i . 3. ii . 7,11 , 17 , 39. iii . 6 , 13 , 29.
xiii . 9 , 17. xxii . 6 , 7 , 10 . The The late distinguished Professor , J. D. Michaelis ,
... of Dionysius of Alexandria ; of his private Opinion ; the Testimonies of other
IVriters in the same Century ; of Eusebius , and of the Writers in his Time , and
after him ; of the Reception of the Apocalypse at the Reformation 70 CHAPTER
See the devastation made at that time in the records of the Church , as described
by Eusebius , H , E. lib . viii . cap . 2 . * Epiphanius mentions the Alogi , as
rejecting the Apocalypse , among other δια τα εν τη αποκαλυψει βαθεως και
... we may indubitably pronounce that the book is to be received as Divine
Scripture , communicated to the Church by John the Apostle and Evan , gelist . t
CHAP . CHAP . VIII . THE INTERNAL EVIDENCE RESPECTING THE
CHAP . VIII . THE INTERNAL EVIDENCE RESPECTING THE APOCALYPSE ;
FROM THE COMPLETION OF ITS PROPHECIES ; FROM ITS
CORRESPONDENCE IN POINT OF DOCTRINE AND OF IMAGERY WITH
OTHER BOOKS OF DIVINE ...
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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