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" I shall therefore speak my mind here at once briefly: - That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world. "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ... - Page 41
by Flavius Josephus - 1815
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Publications, Issue 61

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1840
...individuals, and this formed an excuse for plundering them of all their property. In short, as Josephus adds, "neither did any other city -ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fearful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world." Nor was it from within alone...
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A Course of Lectures on the Jews

Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Committee on the conversion of the Jews - 1840 - 499 pages
...individuals, and this formed an excuse for plundering them of all their property. In short, as Josephus adds, "neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fearful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world." Nor was it from within alone...
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Israel restored; or, The scriptural claims of the Jews upon the Christian ...

Israel - 1841
...Josephus remarks, "that neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever produce a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world," (Book 5, c. 10.) " I suppose," he adds, " that had the Romans made any longer delay in coming, the...
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The Restoration of the Jews to Their Own Land: In Connection with Their ...

Edward Bickersteth - 1841 - 332 pages
...Josephus, said of them, neither did any city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever bring forth a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was from the beginning of the world.* Thus the gospel is a savour of death unto death, as well as of life unto life. And in proportion as...
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The destiny of the Jews, and their connexion with the Gentile nations ...

Jews - 1841
...their time and circumstances, to the character of the trangression committed. Thus Josephus remarks, "that neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever produce a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world," (Book...
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A Commentary on the New Testament, Volume 1

Lucius Robinson Paige - 1844 - 815 pages
...of time, sink in comparison with those of the Jews." "Neither did any other city sutler such misery, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness." J. War, Pref. 4, v. ch. x. 5. IT From the beginning of the world. World, — 1cosmos, (xurrfio;.) 22....
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The Universal Restoration: Exhibited in Four Dialogues Between a Minister ...

Elhanan Winchester - 1844 - 72 pages
...time, sink n comparison with those of the Jews." " Neither did any other city ever suffer such misery, given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas." St. Luke xi. 29, (J. Wrar. Pref. 4, vcx 5.) — -from the beginning of the world.] World, — kosmos. Ver. 22. Had not...
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The History of the Jews, from the Christian Era to the Dawn of the Reformation

Philip Henry Gosse - 1851 - 400 pages
...aggrieved if the other surpassed him in any barbarity. The historian delivers it as his solemn verdict, " that neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries,...wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world." The circumstance of the poor starved wretches creeping forth to gather food, having been reported to...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ..., Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - 1852
...was so communicated to him, grieved at the loss, as at the loss of what was a valuable thing, that he had no share in such barbarity. 5. It is therefore...nation into contempt, that they might themselves appear comparatively less impious with regard to strangers. They confessed what was true, that they were the...
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The double witness of the Church

William Ingraham Kip (bp. of California.) - 1853 - 271 pages
...the•dark and troubled waves, and spread over them a * Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ch. ii. f "Nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful...•wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world." Antiq. lib. v. chap. 10. glory not of this world. His trust was, in " the Church of the Living God,...
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