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I am not therefore sur- prised, nor have I any ground to complain, that Prof. ' should have felt himself urgently called to notice the work which has received his "Strictures." In reference to his views, — expressed in his " Hints on the interpretation of prophecy" — relative to the slaying of the two witnesses, and their lying dead in the streets of Jerusalem, .

I had stated, — that he had assumed as his guide, in the exposition of the Apocalypse, certain posi- tions which had not been proved, — and that he had assert- ed other things to be so very obvious as not wiell to be denied, which, however, have actually been deniedj and the denial supported by argument ^ of both which facts 1 did not think it probable that he was ignorant. I intended and hoped, that my averments here, would make him feel the necessity of fortifying his exegesis with other considerations than he had adduced, — with akguments proving it to be correct, rather than suppositions that " John might Scribe" things in this or any other way. here was great- ly in fault-; and cannot resist the impression, that he has actually inverted the true order to be pursued, by doing what he has virtually but falsely charged against me, viz.

If the time which he has expended in such a pur- suit, had been spent in direct study of the original scrip- tures, he would have shunned many an error, which he has now conpmitted, and in all probability he would have greatly mollified the incongruities in his work, which now abound to such a degree, that any one who reads him (?

) through carefully^ finds himself, at length much more prone to be surprised and astqnished than to become ofiended." That certainly is not the professor, as his own confessedly hurried perusal of ^^6 hooky (the ati/Aor of the book he has never read) and the severity of his attempted castigation prove.

I have brought for- ward NO THEORY at all ; but have undertaken to institute TONE AND SPIRIT OF THE " STRICTURES." l3 an inquiry and an investigation, as to what is the true and proper meaning of the Sacred Scriptures, when they speak of the coming of Christ and of the dominion of the saints ?

It is wholly a question of fact, whether the application of correct and admitted principles of interpretation will not bring out, as their only true and proper meaning, the idea of Christ's personal visible coming with his glorified saints before the Millennium ?

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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . com/ I'lil NJUNI AH 4 NIG - Harvard Depository Brittle Book l Y" .•^ '. Whatever of severity there may be thought to be in the reply, the reader is assured that it has been induced by no personal pique or ill-will, but by the full consciousness of there being Beech, — ^ra expressing diissent from hie views, — in expot^g the falsity of his charges, and the fallacy ^f his reasonings, — and in maintaining and vindieating what the Anthf H* he- lieve Sj^-Hmore firndy than ever, dler a oare^l analysis of the Stricture8,*'-4o be the plain and ekttple trath of the sacred Scriptutes. I feel somewhat reluctant to judge of his spirit and in- tention ; yet cannot help remarking, that, from the very, commencement to the close of his " Strictures," and by the very modest title he has given his own production, the impression has been made, that he felt'the dignity of the professor to have been somewhat oflfended and design- ed to castigate the bold or impudent stripling,^ that dar-: ed to call his opinions in question.

It is perhaps natural, or at least reasonable, to expect, that one, who has so long sat in " Moses' seat," and been accounted by multitudes an Oracle in biblical matters, should have been startled at the distant sound of dissent from, or condemnation of, some of his favorite positions.

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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . com/ I'lil NJUNI AH 4 NIG - Harvard Depository Brittle Book l Y" .•^ '. Whatever of severity there may be thought to be in the reply, the reader is assured that it has been induced by no personal pique or ill-will, but by the full consciousness of there being Beech, — ^ra expressing diissent from hie views, — in expot^g the falsity of his charges, and the fallacy ^f his reasonings, — and in maintaining and vindieating what the Anthf H* he- lieve Sj^-Hmore firndy than ever, dler a oare^l analysis of the Stricture8,*'-4o be the plain and ekttple trath of the sacred Scriptutes. I feel somewhat reluctant to judge of his spirit and in- tention ; yet cannot help remarking, that, from the very, commencement to the close of his " Strictures," and by the very modest title he has given his own production, the impression has been made, that he felt'the dignity of the professor to have been somewhat oflfended and design- ed to castigate the bold or impudent stripling,^ that dar-: ed to call his opinions in question.

It is perhaps natural, or at least reasonable, to expect, that one, who has so long sat in " Moses' seat," and been accounted by multitudes an Oracle in biblical matters, should have been startled at the distant sound of dissent from, or condemnation of, some of his favorite positions.

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