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THE INTRODUCTION. THE Prophecies of. witH GRATEFUL AND AffectionATE
ATTACHMENT, To INSCRIBE To You This work, J. C. WOODHOUSE. and
... CHAPTER IV. The Testimony of Justin Martyr; of Athenagoras; of the Churches
in Gaul; of Melito; Theophilus; Apollonius; Clemens of Alexandria; PAGE 26
CHAPTER V. The Evidence against the Apocalypse during its first. and Tertullian
Tertullian, Apol. c. v. Hieron, tom. x. p. 100, and other authorities adduced by
Lardner, Supplement, ch. ix. sec. 5, who, with his usual judgment and candour,
has most satisfactorily determined this question ; and also that the Apocalypse
He wrote upon the Apocalypse", and was esteemed, says Tertullian, * Cave, Hist.
Lit. t See what is said by Mr. Marsh on the subject of an Epistle being received at
a place to which it was addressed, vol. i. p. 368. # Euseb. v. 24. § Cave, Script.
He appeals to the Asiatic Churches, and assures us, that “though “Marcion
rejects it, yet the succession of Bishops, “traced to its origin, will establish John to
be its author". In particular, it may be observed, that Tertullian has quoted Rev. i.
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The Apocalypse, Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated: With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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