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  • Author: Daniel Smith
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x

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Author:
Daniel Smith

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

The Destruction of Jerusalem
The Whole Being Intended to Illustrate the Fulfillment of the Predictions of Moses and the Messiah



This book, written in 1840, studies some of the prophecies of Moses and Jesus--which are often applied by some to a still-future era--and examines whether they might have found their fulfillment in the destruction of the Jewish state, of the Law of Moses, and of the temple in Jerusalem in AD 70 by the Roman armies.

From the Author:

In the following pages some of the principal prophecies are selected from Moses and Jesus Christ, and placed at the head of each chapter, that the reader may more readily perceive their literal and precise accomplishment. In the Introduction a descriptive sketch of Palestine, together with a brief view of the previous history of Jerusalem, is given. At the conclusion of the abridgment, a few remarks are added, as well as an epitome of the modern history of Jerusalem. The work is intended chiefly for sabbath schools, but will be found suitable to persons of any age, should they choose to give it a perusal.



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