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Israel, Islam and Armageddon


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  • Pateriot#

    Pateriot August 12, 2009 7:57:41 PM CEST

    John the Revelator (author of Revelations) was in fact referring to Rome (coded as Babylon). In fact, most, if not all, of the book is concerning events that were contemporaneous to the author and the political realities of the time. The author had absolutely no intention of referring to events that would take place 2000 years later. The end times for him were the near future and the defeat of the Roman Empire by God in the lifetime of those alive at the time. He was likely forecasting events to take place within a year or two of the books writing. There is a good case to be made that the author wrote the book during the first Jewish revolt which finally ended with the last of the revolt holdouts barricading themselves on top of Mount Megiddo. In the language spoken then, Mount Megiddo was "Har Megiddo" or Armageddon to us. Ultimately the Roman%u2019s siege on the mountain fortress was successful, the seven riders of the apocalypse did not attack the Romans located below in the plain of Armageddon and God did not intervene on behalf of Israel and the last of those who revolted against Rome.



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