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SCRIPTURAL ILLUSTRATION

OF THE

TWENTY-SIXTH AND TWENTY-SEVENTH VERSES,

OF THE FIRST CHAPTER OF GENESIS.

“And God said, Let us m ke man in our image, after our likeness :
and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of
the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping
thing that creepeth upon the earth.

“ So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created
he him ; male and female created he them.'

CONTENTS OF THE WORK.

Scriptural reasons assigned for computing the natural day by the "evening
and the morning'. The purpose of Christ's Incarnation, declared before
the creation of the first Adam -The scriptural signification of the words
“image and likeness' used in the sacred history of the creation of man

-The reason why blasphemy against the Holy Ghost hath not forgive-
ness in this world, or the next-The appearance of the rainbow scriptu-
rally and astronomically determined - The justice and propriety of as.
cribing human properties, and parts to the Deity-The reasonable soul of
man spoken of,

ADDRESSED TO

MAN,

BY A LAYMAN OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR BY

TIENRY SIMPKINS, 70%, STRAND, LONDON.

(ENTERED AT STAT:07 ERS' HALL.)

(1943)

ABLO INTRODUCTION.

The reader is here presented with a very singular work; being a Scriptural Illustration of the 26th and 27th verses of the First Chapter of Genesis, containing Jehovah's purpose of the Incarnation of God the Word made flesh, declared before the creation of the first Adam; to which the Fathers, in the early ages of the Church, have not assigned any definite meaning; and which, to this day, forms a portion of Scripture deemed incomprehensible.

Did singularity constitute the cause for publication, even one line of this book ought

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