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The commentary by F. J. A. Hort on the Apocalypse of St. John is based on the notes of a series of lectures Hort delivered first in 1879, then revised for a new course in 1889. He takes on the two most controversial questions: whether the Apocalypse was written by John and the year that it was written. Hort carefully details the facts that support his conclusions while explaining opposing viewpoints. His work is meticulously detailed, referring to the original Greek and Hebrew to clarify a particular meaning.
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