The scientific chronology of the year 1839. [With] (Google eBook)

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Page 1 - God sent forth his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, that he might redeem them which were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.
Page 100 - A SYNOPSIS OF CHRONOLOGY, from the ERA OF CREATION, according to the SEPTUAGINT, to the year 1837. With a Discourse on the Astronomical Principles of the Scriptural Times, showing that they comprehend a...
Page 99 - APOSTACY, and the POPE the MAN of SIN and SON of PERDITION of St Paul's Prophecy, in the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians.
Page ix - Septuagint, with some variation, 47 ; agreeing with it in sense, but not in words, 32; differing from the Septuagint, but agreeing exactly or nearly with the Hebrew, 11 ; and differing both from the Hebrew and Septuagint, 19.* It is plain, therefore, that the Apostles and Evangelists have given their " solemn sanction to this version.
Page vii - The whole controversy concerning this part of the chronology of the world comes to this : Whether it be more probable that the Jews, who lived under the second temple, (who then were the trustees to whom were committed the oracles of God,) whom the LXX. followed in their version, had the true reading ; or the Talmudic Jews, after their dispersion and banishment from their country, •when they were discarded by God himself from being his people." * Jackson, in his valuable work on " Chronological...
Page 100 - BC 810, showing their Jubilean Differences at each Date, also on the Great Periods which terminate in and mark the Year 1838 as the Point of Time...
Page 100 - Daniel vn. 9 ; with a brief account of the discoveries of Mons. de Chesaux, as to the great astronomical cycles of 2300 and 1260 years, and their difference of 1040 years.
Page 100 - The JUBILEAN CHRONOLOGY of the SEVENTH TRUMPET of the APOCALYPSE, and the Judgment of the Ancient of Days, Daniel vii. 9. With a brief account of the Discoveries of Mons. de Chesaux, as to the great Astronomical Cycles of 2300 and 1260 years, and their difference 1040 years.— Price 2s.
Page 100 - The FULNESS of the TIMES : being an Analysis of the Chronology of the Seventy. In Two Parts. With an Introductory Dissertation, wherein are established the Epoch of the Fall of Adam, and its Chronological connexion with the great Eras...
Page 41 - Howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect, yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this world, that come to nought, 1 Cor.

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