A dictionary of writers on the prophecies, by the ed. of the Investigator on prophecy

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Page xlviii - The Signs of the Times ; as denoted by the fulfilment of historical predictions, traced down from the Babylonish captivity to the present time.
Page lxxxiii - Church, which is meant by the New Jerusalem in the Revelation : for which purpose He has opened the Interiors of my Mind and Spirit; by virtue of which privilege it has been granted me to be in the Spiritual World with Angels, and at the same time in the Natural World with Men, and this now for twenty-five years.
Page cvi - And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.
Page xxvi - Eruvin, or Miscellaneous Essays on subjects connected with the Nature, History, and Destiny of Man,
Page lxxxviii - Such an improvement of the doctrine of the enmity between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent...
Page xx - The apocalypse of St. John, or prophecy of the rise, progress, and fall of the church of Rome, the inquisition, the revolution of France, the universal war, and the final triumph of Christianity ; being a new interpretation.
Page xc - The truth of revealed religion in general and of the Christian religion in particular, from the completion of the prophecies of the Old and New Testament, which relate to the Christian Church, and especially to the apostasy of papal Rome.
Page vi - ... in the Monthly Review, on account of a sermon which appeared to me, when I read their extract from it, to deserve the highest commendation, as exhibiting explicit proof both of his good sense and unfeigned piety.' — (Dec. 1 8, 1784.) The allusion here is to the ' Discourses on the Prophecies concerning the First Establishment and Subsequent History of Christianity,
Page lii - To which are annexed Two Dissertations; the first on the Reasonableness of the Orthodox Views of Christianity as opposed to the Rationalism of Germany; the second on the Interpretation of Prophecy generally, with an original Exposition of the Book of Revelation, shewing that the whole of that remarkable Prophecy has long ago been fulfilled.
Page lxxxvi - Critical examination of the late New Text and Version of the New Testament in Greek and English 1732.

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