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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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A plain commentary on the four holy Gospels [by J.W. Burgon]. 4 vols. [in 7 ...

Burgon John William - 1855
...finding it impossible to go distinctly over every instance of these men's iniquity, he will remark briefly that neither did any other city ever suffer...generation more fruitful in wickedness than this, from the beginning of the world. " The blended horrors of war and sedition, of famine and pestilence,...
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A plain commentary on the four holy Gospels [by J.W. Burgon]. 4 vols. [in 7 ...

Burgon John William - 1855
...of the world, if they be compared to these of the Jews, are not so considerable as theirs were ;" " nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness from the beginning of the world." Not only did civil strife rage within the City, but three powerful...
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A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels: Intended Chiefly for ..., Volume 2

John William Burgon - 1855
...of the world, if they be compared to these of the Jews, are not so considerable as theirs were ;" " nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness from the beginning of the world." Not only did civil strife rage within the City, but three powerful...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus ...

Flavius Josephus - 1856
...what was so communicated to him grieved at this, as at the loss of what was a valuable thing, that he had no share in such barbarity. 5. It is therefore...wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world. Finulls-, they brought the Hebrew nation into contempt, that they might themselves appear comparatively...
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American Presbyterian Review, Volume 4

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - 1866
...swallowed them up, a flood have drowned them, or fire from heaven have consumed them. " For," says he, " neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries,...wickedness than this was from the beginning of the world." There were indeed better disposed persons, especially among the lower classes. The success of the Baptist...
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Salome: A Dramatic Poem

Joseph Converse Heywood - 1867 - 222 pages
...speak my mind here at once briefly: That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world." FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS. SALOME. A Chamber in Jerusalem. CHORUS OF CHRISTIANS. WHAT should it mean? The Dweller....
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The Works of Josephus: With a Life Written by Himself, Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1869
...what was so communicated to him, grieved at this 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...
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The Fall of Jerusalem and the Roman Conquest of Judaea

1870 - 144 pages
...grieved at this as at the loss of what was a valuable thing, that he had no share in such barbarity. "It is therefore impossible to go distinctly over...nation into contempt, that they might themselves appear comparatively less impious with regard to strangers. They confessed what was true that they were...
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The Fall of Jerusalem and the Roman Conquest of Judaea

1870 - 144 pages
...shall therefore speak my mind here at once briefly : That neither did &ny other city ever surfer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation...nation into contempt, that they might themselves appear comparatively less impious with regard to strangers. They confessed what was true that they were...
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Notes on the Gospel of Matthew; Explanatory and Practical

George Whitefield Clark - 1870 - 420 pages
...literally fulfilled. The language of Josephus is noteworthy: "I . shall, therefore, speak my mind here nt once briefly, that neither did any other city ever...breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than was this, from the beginning of the world." And again: "The multitude of those that therein perished...
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