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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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The Apocalypse Fulfilled: In the Consummation of the Mosaic Economy and the ...

Philip Charles Soulbien Desprez - 1861 - 511 pages
...Romans destroyed the sedition." (Lib. v. cap. 6.) " Accordingly 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, while the authors of them were not foreigners...
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The testimony of Jesus [Bible passages ed.] by C. Timins

Charles Timins - 1862
...bewail too deeply the calamities he relates, inasmuch as " 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 ; while the authors of them were not foreigners...
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The history of the supernatural, Volume 1

1863
...crucifixion. Josephus, who was present at the siege, says, ' 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.' In Matthew xxiv. Jesus says, ' When ye shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel,...
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The History of the Supernatural in All Ages and Nations: And in ..., Volume 1

William Howitt - 1863
...crucifixion. Josephus, who was present at the siege, says, ' 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.' In Matthew xxiv. Jesus says, ' When ye shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel,...
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The Cycle. [With Illustrations.] By J. E. W.

J. E. W. - 1868
...Of the calamities of the Jews at this time Josephus says, " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be...of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." At this time also, according to the same authority, the affairs of the East were exceeding tumultuous...
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Evidences of Christianity: Lectures Before the Lowell Institute, January ...

Mark Hopkins - 1869 - 352 pages
...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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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 3

1875
...at last fell into the sorest calamities again. Accordingly it appears to me, that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...while the authors of them were not foreigners neither [" For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time."]....
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Lights and Shadows of Spiritualism

Daniel Dunglas Home - 1878 - 412 pages
...events but must endorse the pathetic assertion of Josephus : " 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." So fearfully had the predictions of Christ and Moses been fulfilled. In quitting the Old Testament...
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The Holy Week and the Forty Days: Being a Continuous Narrative in ..., Volume 2

1879
...the world. Josephus (Pref. " Wars," 4) says, " It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men, fcom the beginning of the world, if they be compared to...of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." And (" Wars," v. 10, 5), " I shall speak my mind here at once briefly : That neither did any other...
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An American Commentary on the New Testament, Volume 2

Alvah Hovey - 1881
...fulfillment of this prophecy, says (I'rcf. to Jewish H'ni-s), "It appears to me that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be...of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were." (Jewish Wars, V. 10, 6). " Neither did any other city suffer euch miseries, nor did any age ever breed...
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