|Author:||Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?|
|Title:||An additional supplement to the Eirenikon, or, Peaceable considerations of Christs peaceful kingdome to come upon the earth in the thousand years Rev. 20, lately published, 1665.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An additional supplement to the Eirenikon, or, Peaceable considerations of Christs peaceful kingdome to come upon the earth in the thousand years Rev. 20, lately published, 1665.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?
[London: s.n., 1674]
Attributed by Wing to Sherwin.
Imprint suggested by Wing.
Imperfect: pages stained.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Jesus Christ -- Resurrection.
Revelation -- Early works to 1800.
An Additional Supplement to the , OR, Peaceable Considerations of Christs peaceful Kingdome to come upon the Earth in the Thou∣sand years, Rev. 20. lately published, 1665.
An Endeavour of a short and plain A∣bridgment of the Prophetical Visions in Da∣niels Prophesie, in reference to a Parallel of what is foretold of the 4th or Roman Monarchy, and of Christs Kingdome on earth, further explain∣ed by Christ in the book of Revelations, for the use of the Christian Church.
The Parallel between Daniels Visions and the Book of the Revelations of Jesus Christ, which is meerly a Divine, Mystical Comment or Exposition of the two last Monarchies, viz. the Roman Monarchy and Christs: from the time the Revelation took place: and first of the Parallel, of what concerns the Roman Monarchy in both Daniel and Revelation.
The Parallel of the Fifth Monarchy in Daniel, further Expounded in the Book of the Revela∣tion of Jesus Christ. To which purpose we shall set down, First, Some Observations tending thereunto more indirectly and remotely. Se∣condly, We shall summarily and briefly adjoin the particular Branches most considerable in the Parallel between Daniel and the Revelation. Thirdly, We shall add some Explications and Il∣lustrations of some most material things further to be considered therein, as God shall assist.
Now having set down those previous Observations in general; and 2dly, those Several Considerable Particularities contained in Daniel, and all expounded in the Book of Revelations, respecting Christs Kingdom on Earth, we shall further by Gods assistance endeavour to proceed, and to explain and illustrate the most material things that we have but hither∣to briefly touched upon.
Some Observations from the whole.
To the Christian Reader.