|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3678, no. 09.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Full text of "Revelation examined with candour, or, A fair enquiry into the sense and use of the several revelations expresly declared, or sufficiently implied, to be given to mankind from the creation, as they are found in the Bible" See other formats. Excerpt from Revelation Examined With Candour, or a Fair Enquiry Into the Sense and Use of the Several Revelations Expresly Declared, Vol 2 Or Sufficiently Implied, to Be Given to Mankind From the Creation, as They Are Found in the BibleNor is this the worf t Men who had no talents for mathema t1cal learning, had however talents enough for abfurd imitation, for a /5(). Entry for 'Revelation' - Charles Buck Theological Dictionary - One of 28 Bible dictionaries freely available, this dictionary, dictates of common sense, seeks to provide a textual basis for the evangelical community. Revelation examined with candour,Author of Title(s): The doctrine of abstinence from blood defended. In answer to two pamphlets, the one called, The question about eating blood stated and examined, &c. [by John Averell] The other intitled, The prohibition of blood a temporary the author of Revelation examined with candour [i. e.
The First Revelation: The Trinity is shewn, through the Suffering of Christ, as Goodness, or Love all-working. 8: x. The Second Revelation: Man's Sight of God's Love is but partial because of sin's darkness. xi. The Third Revelation: All Being is Being of God and is good: Sin is no Being. xii. The Fourth Revelation: The stain of sin through. Revelation examined with candour - or, A fair enquiry into the sense and use of the several revelations expressly declared, or sufficiently implied, to be given to mankind from the creation, as they ().jpg 1, × 2,; KB. CHAPTER VIII. REVELATION. SECTION I. AUTHORSHIP, AND CANONICITY. 1. THE Author of this book calls himself in more places than one by the name John, ch. Revelation ; Revelation ; Revelation , Revelation The general view has been, that this name represents St. John the son of Zebedee, the Writer of the Gospel and the three Epistles, the disciple whom . THE QUESTION ABOUT EATING OF BLOOD STATED AND EXAMINED; In Answer to Two Dissertations in a Book Entitled, Revelation Examined with Candour. Dublin: Printed by George Faulkner, BERTHELET, Gregoire.