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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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Approaching the New Millennium: An Amillennial Look at A.D. 2000, Part 2000

Paul Butler - 1998 - 315 pages
...in the history of the world when he wrote, "Accordingly it appears to men, that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were. Neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more...
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The Great Tribulation--Past Or Future?: Two Evangelicals Debate the Question

Thomas Ice, Kenneth L. Gentry - 224 pages
...our times, but, in a manner, of those that ever were heard of (Wars, Preface, 1). "The misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to these of the Jews, are not considerable as they were" (Wars, Preface, 4). "Neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries...
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Israel in the Plan of God

David Baron - 2000 - 320 pages
...history of The Jewish Wars, says in the Preface : " Accordingly it appears to me that the misfortunes of all men from the beginning of the world, if they be compared with those of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were . . . this makes it impossible for me...
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I Want to Be "Left Behind": An Examination of the Ideas Behind the Popular ...

Tim Kirk - 2002 - 112 pages
...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...the facts themselves to the historical part, and the lamentations to the writer himself only. 11. After this, I shall relate the barbarity of the tyrants...
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St/sup State: ...the Unspoken Foreign Policy of the United States of America

Morris Glen Bowers - 2005 - 512 pages
...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 Jews (3) are not so considerable as they were; while the authors of them were not foreigners neither. This...
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Bible Readings for the Home Circle—Illustrated

Many Bible Students - 1914 - 788 pages
..."Wars of the Jews," Josephus, referring to the destruction of Jerusalem, says: "The misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they...compared to these of the Jews, are not so considerable." In this terrible calamity, the prophecy of Moses recorded in Deut. 28:47-53, was literally fulfilled....
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Bibliotheca Sacra, 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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... Select Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons ...

1881
...Cambridge Bible. 19. In those days shall be affliction, etc. Josephus declares that " the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to those of the Jews, are not so terrible as theirs were," " nor did any age ever produce a generation...
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The Headington (parish) magazine [afterw.] St. Andrew's church ..., Volume 14

Headington St. Andrew's - 1884
...fruitful in wickedness from the beginning of the world.' ' 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.' These remarks must, indeed, have been fully justified...
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