Revelation -- Biblical teaching -- Sermons. : The benefit and comfort of the Christian revelation. : A sermon preached in the High Church of Edinburgh, Monday, January 5. 1736, upon occasion of the anniversary meeting of the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge. By Mr. William Brown, one of the ministers of Edinburgh. Published at the desire of the Society.
Revelation -- Biography. : The Spiritual diary : records and notes made by Emanuel Swedenborg between 1746 and 1765 from his experiences in the spiritual world / [translated by Alfred W. Acton]
Delany, Patrick, 1685 or 1686-1768. : A defence of The enquiry about the lawfulness of eating blood. : In Answer to The Remarks of the Apostolical Decree at Jerusalem prov'd to be still in Force. By a Prebendary of York. With some Remarks on the Defence of Revelation examin'd with Candour.
Delany, Patrick, 1685 or 1686-1768. : An enquiry about the lawfulness of eating blood. : Occasion'd by Revelation examin'd with Candour. In a letter to a Friend. With some Remarks upon the Question about eating of Blood stated and examin'd. By a Prebendary of York.
Revelation -- Hinduism. : Offenbarung, geistige Realität des Menschen : Arbeitsdokumentation eines Symposiums zum Offenbarungsbegriff in Indien / herausgegeben von Gerhard Oberhammer.
Revelation -- History of doctrines -- Sermons. : The insufficiency of human reason in matters of religion, and the consequent necessity of a revelation. A sermon preach'd before the University at St. Mary's in Oxford, on Act Sunday 1731. By Benjamin Bulkeley, ...
Revelation in art. : Revelation Apocalypse / Irene Barberis ; with photographs by Garry Sommerfeld and others, an introduction by Michelle P. Brown, a contextualising essay by Anna Clabburn and a note of wisdom from Suzi Gablik.
Douglas, Eleanor, -1652. : The star to the wise. 1643. : To the high Court of Parliament, the honorable House of Commons: the Lady Eleanor her petition; shewing cause to have her book licensed, being the Revelations interpretation.