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INTRODUCTORY TO

THE STUDY AND RIGHT UNDERSTANDING
OF THE LANGUAGE, STRUCTURE,

AND CONTENTS

OF

THE APOCALYPSE.

BY ALEXANDER TILLOCH, LL. D.

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Knowlege shall be increased.

Daniel.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,
By A. j, VALPY, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET ;
AND SOLD BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN;
HARDING, MAVOR, AND LEPARD; OGLE AND DUNCAN ;
SHERWOOD AND JONES; T. AND G. UNDERWOOD;
T. BOYS; AND H. FISHER,

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Page. § 7. Of Evidence furnished by the Epistle to the Romans

94 § 8. Of Evidence furnished by the Epistles to the Corinthians

99 $ 9. The Apocalypse quoted in the Epistle of James 104 § 10.

Does the Epistle to the Galatians furnish any
Evidence of its being of a later Date than
the Apocalypse ?

105 § 11. Of Evidence furnished by the Epistles to the

Thessalonians $ 12. Of Evidence furnished by the Epistles of John, as to the priority of the Apocalypse

122 $ 13. Respecting the Epistles to Titus and Philemon, and the Epistle of Jude

125 § 14. Of the Sealed Book which has been opened by

the Apocalypse CONCLUSION

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DISSERTATION THE THIRD.

On

On the Language and Structure of the Apocalypse. § 1.

of the Verbal Language § 2. Of Symbolical or Hieroglyphical Language § 3. Of the Structure of the Apocalypse.

CONCLUSION

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187

DISSERTATION THE FOURTH.

On various Names by which the Creator of the Universe

is designated in the Scriptures, and the proper
mode of translating them

190
§ 1. Of certain Attributive Nouns employed in the Old
*Testament to designate the Deity

191 $ 2. Of the Attributives or Epithets, 5X [El), dhe

[], [
monly rendered “God” in the English Trans-
lations of the Hebrew Scriptures

195

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-Elokim

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Page. § 3. Of the manner in which the word 158 [Elo

him) should be rendered in translating the
Old Testament

218 CONCLUSION

. 925 DISSERTATION THE FIFTH. On the Hebrew name JEHOVAH (1T17:) and the Greek ex

pression KÝPIOE & OEOS [Kyrios the Theos],
commonly rendered "the LORD God"

228 CONCLUSION

. 246 DISSERTATION THE SIXTH. On certair Combinations of6OEÒ£[THE OMNIPOTENT]

and KÝPIOZ (LORD] with other nouns of per-
sonal description, which are found in the Epis-
tles in the New Testament

251 CONCLUSION

, 301 DISSERTATION THE SEVENTH. On certain Combinations of Nouns of personal descrip

tion, which are found in the Apocalypse 304 § 1. Of Definitions and Explanations of Terms, furnished by the Writer of the Apocalypse

306 § 2. Of the Junction of Attributive Nouns with Sym

bolical Terms, and particularly with tà ápvlov,
THE LAMB

312 § 3. Of the Lamb in the midst of the Throne . 317 4. Of the Throne, the Kathēmenos, or Sitting One,

and the Book concerning the Right Hand of
the Kathēmenos

323 § 5. Of the Scene of the Vision

338 $6. Particulars respecting the Kathēmenos, or Sitting One

354 $ 7. Of the manner in which certain passages, where

common Attributive Nouns are found joined to the Symbolical name “The Lamb," should be rendered in English, that they may exhibit the true sense of the Greek Text

360 CONCLUSION

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