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Author: Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621.
Title: Hexapla in Danielem: that is, A six-fold commentarie vpon the most diuine prophesie of Daniel wherein according to the method propounded in Hexapla vpon Genesis and Exodus, sixe things are obserued in euery chapter. 1. The argument and method. 2. The diuers readings. 3. The questions discussed. 4. Doctrines noted. 5. Controversies handled. 6. Morall observations applyed. Wherein many obscure visions, and diuine prophesies are opened, and difficult questions handled with great breuitie, perspicuitie, and varietie ... and the best interpreters both old and new are therein abridged. Diuided into two bookes ... By Andrevv Willet Professour of Diuinitie. The first booke.
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Print source: Hexapla in Danielem: that is, A six-fold commentarie vpon the most diuine prophesie of Daniel wherein according to the method propounded in Hexapla vpon Genesis and Exodus, sixe things are obserued in euery chapter. 1. The argument and method. 2. The diuers readings. 3. The questions discussed. 4. Doctrines noted. 5. Controversies handled. 6. Morall observations applyed. Wherein many obscure visions, and diuine prophesies are opened, and difficult questions handled with great breuitie, perspicuitie, and varietie ... and the best interpreters both old and new are therein abridged. Diuided into two bookes ... By Andrevv Willet Professour of Diuinitie. The first booke.
Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621.

[Cambridge]: Printed by Cantrell Legge, printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, 1610.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Daniel -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
CHAP. I.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. II.
1. The questions discussed.
CHAP. III.
1. The questions discussed.
CHAP. IIII.
3. The questions discussed.
CHAP. V.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. VI.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. VII.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. VIII.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. IX.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. X.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
CHAP. XI.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.
5. Places of controversie.
CHAP. XII.
3. The questions and doubts discussed.