1 John ii. 13, 22. iv. 13. But one particular class of wicked persons, principles, and practices, is chiefly so designated; in the daily fear of which the pri- a#39; mitive Christians lived. The scripture represents this Antichrist as the man of sin, and son of perdition ; as a strong delusion overspreading the ... At the end of his reigDhe shall, with both craft and fury, almost entirely silence faithful witnesses for Christ : butanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Dictionary of the Holy Bible|
|Author||:||John Brown (Ministre à Haddington)|