Six Sermons on the Study of the Holy Scriptures: Their Nature, Interpretation, and Some of Their Most Important Doctrines ; Preached Before the University of Cambridge, in the Years 1827-8. To which are Annexed Two Dissertations: the First on the Reasonableness of the Orthodox Views of Christianity, as Opposed to the Rationalism of Germany; the Second on the Interpretation of Prophecy Generally, with an Original Exposition of the Book of Revelation; Shewing that the Whole of that Remarkable Prophecy Has Long Ago Been Fulfilled
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