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REVISED TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION

OF THE

SACRED SCRIPTURES

OF THE

NEW COVENANT,

After the Eastern Manner,

FROM

CONCURRENT AUTHORITIES

OF THE

CRITICS, INTERpreters, and COMMENTATORS, COPIES,

AND VERSIONS,

SHEWING,

THAT THE INSPIRED WRITINGS ARE THE MOST ENTERTAINING AS WELL AS IN
STRUCTIVE TO BOTH THE CURIOUS AND SERIOUS.

This Work (hitherto wanted) may be understood by any ordinary capacity
without Comments.-The errors that occasioned Deism are corrected.
The Seals, Trumpets and Vials of the Revelation, with the times and events
they contain, are displayed.

WITH A PHILOLOGICAL CRITICAL COMMENTARY.

A NEW EDITION, CORRECTED AND IMPROVED.

VOL. III.

GLASGOW:

PRINTED BY W. LANG,

62, BELL-STREET.

1815.

AM

THE GREEK SCRIPTURES.

Containing the latter dispensation of the Gospel Covenant, (Heb. iv. 2. ix. 17. Rom. iii. 2, 25. 2 Tim. iii. 16.) consist of the following Books and Chapters

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The Acts...................................................28

The Epistle to the Romans.................

I. Corinthians.........

II. Corinthians.............................

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..24

..21

16

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I. John.........
II. John.........

III. John.........
Jude..........
Revelation

1

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Dr. MILL'S CHRONOLOGY OF THE NEW

TESTAMENT.

1 and 2 Thessalonians, from Corinth,

Acts xviii. 5.

A. D. 52 Claudius 12

1 and 2 Corinthians, from Philippi in Mace-
donia, Acts ix. x. 21, 23
Romans and Galatians, from Corinth, Acts

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xx. 2, 3.

58

Nero 6

James the Less, Jude's brother, from Jerusalem, 60
1 Peter from Rome, and Matthew from Judea, 61
Ephesians, Philippians, from Rome, Acts xx. 3. 62
Colossians, Philemon, from Rome

Nero 6

Nero 7

Nero 8

62

Nero 8

Hebrews from Italy. Mark from Rome

63

Nero 9

Luke and Acts from Rome. Titus from Colosse 64

Nero 10.

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1, 2, and 3 John, from Ephesus, 91 or 92 Domit. 10 or 11

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Christ was born A. M. cir. 5000, began his public ministry at thirty, ended it at thirty three and a half, when he died. The history of the Acts of the Apostles begins then, and ends A. D. cir. 66.

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