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PROPHETIC OFFICE OF CHRIST,
AS RELATED TO
THE VERBAL INSPIRATION
ENTERED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the
Southern District of New-York.
John A. Gray, Printer and Stereotyper,
16 & 18 Jacob St., Fire-Proof Buildings.
In the ensuing pages the verbal inspiration of the Scriptures is argued: first, from the nature and limitation of the office of Christ as Prophet, and His exercise of that office, through the instrumentality of the sacred writers, by the inspiring agency of the Holy Spirit; and, second, from the fact of human consciousness, that men think and receive, and are conscious of thoughts only in words—so that thoughts conveyed to their minds by inspiration, must necessarily be conveyed in words in order to their receiving and being conscious of them.
Piermont, April, 1859.