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  • noun Plural form of iconism.


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  • This was to introduce a new set of prophetical iconisms and events; there is a continued chain of providence, one part linked to another (where one ends another begins), and, though they may differ in nature and in time, they all make up one wise, well-connected, uniform design in the hand of God.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation) 1721


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