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An exposition of the Revelation of St. John the divine : in which the sense of the sacred text is given ; doctrianl and practical truths are set in a plain and easy light, difficult places explained, seeming contradictions reconciled ; and whatever is material in the various readings, and several oriental versions, is observed ; the whole illustrated with notes taken from the most ancient Jewish writings Preview this item
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An exposition of the Revelation of St. John the divine : in which the sense of the sacred text is given ; doctrianl and practical truths are set in a plain and easy light, difficult places explained, seeming contradictions reconciled ; and whatever is material in the various readings, and several oriental versions, is observed ; the whole illustrated with notes taken from the most ancient Jewish writings

Author: John Gill
Publisher: London : Printed for John Ward, 1748.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Gill
OCLC Number: 49243272
Description: 639-813 pages ; 38 cm
Responsibility: by John Gill.

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