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Author: Maton, Robert, 1607-1653?
Title: Israel's redemption redeemed. Or, The Jewes generall and miraculous conversion to the faith of the Gospel:: and returne into their owne land: and our Saviours personall reigne on Earth, cleerly proved out of many plaine prophecies of the Old and New Testaments. And the chiefe arguments that can be alledged against these truths, fully answered: of purpose to satisfie all gainsayers; and in particular Mr. Alexander Petrie, Minister of the Scottish Church in Roterdam. / By Robert Maton, the author of Israel's redemption. Divided into two parts, whereof the first concernes the Jewes restauration into a visible kingdome in Judea: and the second, our Saviours visible reigne over them, and all other nations at his nextappearing [sic]. Whereunto are annexed the authors reasons, for the literall and proper sense of the plagues contain'd under the trumpets and vialls.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Israel's redemption redeemed. Or, The Jewes generall and miraculous conversion to the faith of the Gospel:: and returne into their owne land: and our Saviours personall reigne on Earth, cleerly proved out of many plaine prophecies of the Old and New Testaments. And the chiefe arguments that can be alledged against these truths, fully answered: of purpose to satisfie all gainsayers; and in particular Mr. Alexander Petrie, Minister of the Scottish Church in Roterdam. / By Robert Maton, the author of Israel's redemption. Divided into two parts, whereof the first concernes the Jewes restauration into a visible kingdome in Judea: and the second, our Saviours visible reigne over them, and all other nations at his nextappearing [sic]. Whereunto are annexed the authors reasons, for the literall and proper sense of the plagues contain'd under the trumpets and vialls.
Maton, Robert, 1607-1653?

London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, and are to be sold by George VVhittinton at the blew Anchor neere the Royall-Exchange, 1646.
Subject terms:
Millennialism
Jews -- Restoration
Millennium (Eschatology)
Petrie, Alexander, -- 1594?-1662. -- Chiliasto-mastix.
Bible -- Prophecies
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88953.0001.001

Contents
title page
Scripture
TO THE READER.
AN ANSWER TO Mr. PETRIE'S Preface.
original preface and reply
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AN answer to M. Petries Rules for interpre∣ting of the Scripture, inserted pag. 8.9.10.11. after his answer to the prophecy of A∣mos ch. 9. ver. 11.
To my booke accused.
ISRAELS REDEMPTION REDEEMED.
The first part.
introduction
section 1
section 2
section 3
section 4
Israel's Redemption. CHAP. I.
section 5
section 6
section 7
section 8
section 9
section 10
section 11
section 12
section 13
section 14
section 15
section 16
section 17
section 18
section 19
section 20
section 21
section 22
section 23
section 24
section 25
section 26
section 27
Israel's Redemption. CHAP. II.
section 28
section 29
section 30
Israel's Redemption. CHAP. III.
section 31
section 32
section 33
section 34
section 35
section 36
section 37
Israel's Redemption. CHAP. IIII.
section 38
section 39
section 40
section 41
section 42
section 43
section 44
ISRAELS REDEMPTION REDEEMED. The SECOND PART.
Israels Redemption. CHAP. 1.
section 45
section 46
section 47
section 48
section 49
section 50
section 51
section 52
section 53
section 54
section 55
section 56
section 57
section 58
section 59
section 60
section 61
section 62
section 63
ISRAELS REDEMPTION. CHAP. II.
section 64
section 65
section 66
section 67
section 68
section 69
section 70
ISRAELS REDEMPTION. CHAP. III.
section 71
section 72
section 73
section 74
section 75
section 76
section 77
section 78
section 79
ISRAELS Redemption. CHAP. IV.
section 80
section 81
section 82
section 83
section 84
section 85
section 86
section 87
section 88
section 89
section 90
section 91
section 92
To my Booke excus'd.
subpart
The fift Synchronisme of the second part followes, whose ar∣guments Mr. Petrie thus proposeth and answereth.
The first Argument.
The second Argument.
The third argument.
The Authors Judgement of the Contents of the Trumpets and Vials; which he commends to the serious consideration of every intelligent READER.