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Author: Beverley, Thomas.
Title: Positions: containing a full account of a Scripture-line of time, in the whole, and from joynt to joynt; together with a judgment according to Scripture prophecy on the present Turkish affairs.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Positions: containing a full account of a Scripture-line of time, in the whole, and from joynt to joynt; together with a judgment according to Scripture prophecy on the present Turkish affairs.
Beverley, Thomas.

[London: s.n., 1690?]
Subject terms:
Bible -- Prophecies.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A76493.0001.001

Contents
POSITIONS Containing a Full Account of a Scripture-Line of Time, in the whole, and from Joynt to Joynt; together with a Judgment according to Scripture Prophecy on the present Turkish Affairs.
POSITIONS Giving a Judgment, according to the Prophecy of the Revelation, upon the State of the Turkish Empire, in relation to its Continuance, or Fall, and in compare with the Continuance, or Fall of the Papacy; whether of these two shall first be; by way fuller Explanation and Assurance of the Line of Time in that Remarkable Joynt, the Time, Times, and Half Time, or the 1260 Days of the Witnesses in Sack-cloth: And up∣on Occasion of the late wonderful sinck of the Turkish Affairs, and the seeming rise of the Pa∣pal; yet with a very undoubted Prediction of the Fall of both within ten years, and of the Papacy first of the Two, if duly understood, and limited.
A POSTSCRIPT to the READER.