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" Accordingly it appears to me, that * the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to these of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were ; while the authors of them were not foreigners neither. "
The Works of Flavius Josephus ... - Page 163
by Flavius Josephus - 1856
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volume 7

1850
...describes it in almost the same form of expression, namely : " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." (Jewish War, Pref. 4.) And this melancholy...
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Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, Before the Lowell Institute ...

Mark Hopkins - 1846 - 383 pages
...in wickedness from the beginning of the world." Again ; " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so considerable. For in reality it was God who condemned the whole nation,...
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Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity: Before the Lowell Institute ...

Mark Hopkins - 1846 - 383 pages
...in wickedness from the beginning of the world." Again ; " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so considerable. For in reality it was God who condemned the whole nation,...
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Lectures on the Gospel according to Luke, Volume 3

James Foote - 1849
...with those of Christ as given by Matthew, is very striking: " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." " This makes it impossible for me to...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ..., Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - 1852
...last fell into the sorest of calamities again. Accordingly, it appears to me, that the misfortunes* of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to these of the * That these calamities of the Jews, who were our Saviour's murderers, were to be the greatest that...
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The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy [in the Bible]; or, All ...

G L. Stone - 1855
...Here the testimony of Josephus is important. " It appears to me," he says, " that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be...THESE of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were.''s2 And Gibbon, in speaking of the of the same transaction. Secondly, St. Mark has pointed out...
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A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels: Intended Chiefly for ..., Volume 2

John William Burgon - 1855
...of the sufferings which our LORD here predicts, stating it as his opinion "that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...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...
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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 sufferings which our LORD here predicts, stating it as his opinion " that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...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...
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Our Lord's Great Prophecy, and Its Parallels Throughout the Bible ...

Daniel Dana Buck - 1856 - 472 pages
...Josephus himself says, ( War, Pref. s. 4.) " Accordingly, it appears to me, that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." Some idea of the unparalleled sufferings and desolations of those troublous times, may be obtained...
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HOPKINS'S LECTURE OF THE EVIDENE OF CHRISTIANITY

MARK HOPKINS, D.D. - 1856
...fruitful in wickedness from the beginning of the world." Again ; "It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so considerable. For in reality it was God who condemned the whole nation,...
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