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To illustrate it in all its parts, to prove the completion of all its predictions, to
exhibit it as that perfect evidence of the divine origin of our religion, for which it is
perhaps intended, “in the latter days," can only be the work of time, and must
Such a kingdom may be in a great degree independent of the fates and
revolutions of empires; affected only by those changes in the political world which
are calculated to produce the encrease or decline of religious knowledge, and of
arms and battles"; they, who entertain such notions of this religion, “know not
what man“ner of spirit it is off.” As the Captain of our salvation conquered by
suffering, and refused the sword of Peter, and the legions of angels, ready for his
And their testimony is of the more importance in this inquiry, because these
Churches appear to have received their instructions in religion, and consequently
their canon of sacred Scripture, from the Churches in Asia. Their connection with
The preceptive and doctrinal parts of this book are simple and moral, and were
therefore used in the ancient Church to initiate youth into religion *. But although
such an use of the book could not fail to spread a prejudice in its favour, it does ...
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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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