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Samuel Johnson

An explanation of scripture prophecies, both typical and literal. In two volumes. ... . Containing, An Explanation of Christ’s Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia, of his Prayer and Beatitudes, together with St. Paul’s Panoply, or Whole Armour of God: All which are shewn to have a Mystical and Prophetical, as well as Literal Signification, and to bear a particular Reference to the Sevenfold State of Christ’s Church upon Earth. To which are prefixed, A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Berriman, containing some Remarks on Dr. Henry More’s Exposition of the Seven Epistlès to the Seven Churches. And Brief Observations on the Learned Mr. Mede’s Clavis Apocalyptica, and on some few Passages in his other Apocalyptical Writings. By Samuel Johnson, A. M. Vicar of Great Torrington, Devon.

Reading: Printed and sold by J. Newbery and C. Micklewright: also by S. Birt, W. Parker, L. Gilliver, and J. Rivington, in London; by the booksellers of Oxford and Cambridge; Mr. Score and Mr. Thorne at Exeter; Mr. Leake at Bath; and Mr. Warne at Chippenham. [and 2 in Exeter, 1 each in Bath and Chippenham] , 1742.
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An explanation of scripture prophecies, both typical and literal. In two volumes. ... . Containing, An Explanation of Christ’s Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia, of his Prayer and Beatitudes, together with St. Paul’s Panoply, or Whole Armour of God: All which are shewn to have a Mystical and Prophetical, as well as Literal Signification, and to bear a particular Reference to the Sevenfold State of Christ’s Church upon Earth. To which are prefixed, A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Berriman, containing some Remarks on Dr. Henry More’s Exposition of the Seven Epistlès to the Seven Churches. And Brief Observations on the Learned Mr. Mede’s Clavis Apocalyptica, and on some few Passages in his other Apocalyptical Writings. By Samuel Johnson, A. M. Vicar of Great Torrington, Devon. Library Average
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Henry HaydockVolume 112/13/179012/14/1790Johnsons Scriptures
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