The Sacred Interpreter

The Sacred Interpreter

Or, A Practical Introduction Towards A Beneficial Reading, and A Thorough Understanding of the Holy Bible. Containing, I. A Faithful History of the Four Ancient Monarchies, (the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, and Roman) Absolutely Necessary for the Knowledge of the Condition of the Jewish People. II. A General View of the State of the Jewish Church, to the Destruction of Jerusalem. III. Remarks on the Pentateuch, and the Prophets in the Old Testament; and on the Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, and the Epistles, in the New; Shewing the Design and Chief Scope of Each Book. IV. An Exact Chronology of the Holy Scriptures, Taken From Archbishop User, and Mr. Archdeacon Echard. V. A Dissertation Upon Revealed Religion, and An Account of Those Divines Who Have Defended It. VI. Difficult Texts of Scripture Explained; With A Recital of Such Sacred Mysteries as Ought Not to Be Made the Subject of Human Enquiry. Likewise The Several Parts of the Holy Land Are Compared With the Accounts Given Thereof by Modern Travellers. The Whole Designed to Render the Study of the Holy Scriptures More Easy and Instructive, By David Collyer, Late Vicar of Great Coxwell, Berks

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Brindley, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in New Bond-Street; and S. Birt, in Ave-Mary Lane, M,DCC,XLVI. [1746]
Edition: The third edition, revised and improved with compleat indexes. .
Characteristics: 2v.,plate : map ; 8⁰


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