|Author:||Maton, Robert, 1607-1653?|
|Title:||Israel's redemption: or the propheticall history of our Saviours kingdome on earth; that is, of the church Catholicke, and triumphant. With a discourse of Gog and Magog, or The battle of the great day of God almightie. / By Robert Maton minister and Mr of Arts, and sometimes commoner of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Israel's redemption: or the propheticall history of our Saviours kingdome on earth; that is, of the church Catholicke, and triumphant. With a discourse of Gog and Magog, or The battle of the great day of God almightie. / By Robert Maton minister and Mr of Arts, and sometimes commoner of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.
Maton, Robert, 1607-1653?
London: Printed [by R. Cotes] for Daniel Frere, and are to be sold at his shop in little Britaine at the signe of the red Bull, 1642.
Catholic Church -- Apologetic works
POPVLO DEI OECVMENICO, Tum converso, tum conver∣tendo, speciatim vero Matri suae Doctissimae, pientissimaeque, ECCLESIAE ANGLICANAE; Ejusque Filiae ornatissimae, eruditio∣nis cujuscunque nutrici uberrimae, Academiae OXONIENSI; R. M. Alumnus suus humillimus, Evangeliique Minister minimus, pacalem verae fidei, & charitatis unionem; aeter∣namque in Christo selicitatem, ex∣optat & precatur.
TO THE CHRISTIAN READER.
ISRAEL'S REDEMPTION, OR THE PROPHETICALL HISTORY OF OVR SAVIOURS KING∣DOME ON EARTH.
The Testimonies of the Authors quoted in the margent of the 19. page.
The Testimonies of the Authours quoted in the Margent of the 30, 31. pages.
GOG AND MAGOG, OR THE BATTLE OF THE GREAT DAY OF GOD ALMIGHTIE.
By what warrant the Kings of the East can be ta∣ken for the Jewes; as the second pa∣rallell imports they must be.
A second Querie bids us looke, How it can be proved, that by Armaged∣don in the third Parallel, some place in Judea is implyed.
The Third, and last Question, askes, Whether any intimation of the prosperous and pious estate of the Jewes after the judge∣ment of the Kings in Armageddon, can be found in the Apoca∣lypse. Which is the pre∣sumption of the fift Parallel.
Faults escaped in the Margent.