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LIFE, DOCTRINES AND MIRACLES
OUR BLESSED LORD AND SAVIOR,
FOUR GOSPELS AND THE ACTS:
WITH A GENERAL INTRODUCTION,
.NOTES DIDACTIC, EXPLANATORY, AND CRITICAL
Designed chiefly for those who have not leisure to peruse
BY ALDEN BRADFORD.
Ami many other miracles .Tcsus, in fact performed, which are
PUBLISHED BY BRADFORD Si READ,
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"Evangelical History : or a Narrative of the Life, Doctrines and Miracles of Jesus Christ, our blessed Lord and Savior; and of his holy Apostles; Containing the Four Gospels and the Acts; with a General Introduction, and Prefatory Remarks to each Book; and Notes, didactic, explanatory, and critical. Designed chiefly for those who have not leisure to peruse the larger works of voluminous Commentators. By Alden Bradford. Ami many other miracles Jesus in fact performed which are not written in this hook. But these are written that ye may believe that Jesus is lhe Christ, the Son of God, and that believing, ye may have life through his name." John xx. 20.
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It will he readily admitted by the intelligent Christian, that some passages of Scripture require explanation, and that in some instances the common translation needs to be corrected, for the improvement of those who are unacquainted with the language in which they were originally written, and who have not leisure to consult the larger works in the hands of the theological student. The Editor of this volume has it in view to furnish remarks, which may explain difficult texts and terms in a small compass.
He pretends not to offer any thing new to the biblical critic; nor does he expect to ive satisfaction concerning all the obscure phrases and expressions, which occur in the sacred writers. He can only say, that he has read the original, and consulted learned commentators with some attention; and proposes merely to exhibit, in a less voluminous form, whatever is material as to the meaning of the writers of the evangelical narrative.