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Gog As Antichrist: A Historical Survey

Posted by on Nov 22, 2012 in Anti-Christ, Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy, Tribulation | 0 comments

The primary purpose of this article is to catalogue a partial list of historians, Bible scholars, commentators and teachers, both Jewish, Christian, and secular, whose interpretations of “Gog of Magog” of Ezekiel 38-39 support the view that Gog is one and the same with the Antichrist / Beast of the New Testament.

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Ezekiel, Magog, And The Scythians

Posted by on Aug 31, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 1 comment

The question is not if the Scythians ever lived in the region that has become modern-day Russia, but rather, where did the Magog/Scythian people live specifically in Ezekiel’s day? We are not concerned with where the Scythians lived several hundred or even thousands of years after Ezekiel. Our only concern is to discover where they lived during Ezekiel’s day.

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Which Nations Does Psalm-83 Really Include?

Posted by on Aug 3, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

In the end, the only modern nations solidly included in Psalm 83 are Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian territories. Beyond this, the Psalm also points to the limited region of northern Iraq, southeastern Turkey and the northern border of Syria. But Egypt is nowhere to be found in this Psalm.

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The Daniel-11 Prophecy: Antiochus To Antichrist

Posted by on Aug 1, 2012 in Anti-Christ, Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 1 comment

Among the many prominent end-time passages of the Bible, one of the clearest passages that proves the Antichrist and his coming armies will arise from the Middle East, is Daniel 11. In this chapter, a prophecy is given that begins with the historical Medo-Persian empire and concludes with the death of the Antichrist.

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Gog Of Magog (Part 1)

Posted by on Jun 22, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

The prophecy of Ezekiel 38-39, often referred to as the Battle of Gog and Magog, is hands-down one of the most important and influential end-time prophecies in all of Scripture. But it is also one of the most controversial and widely misunderstood prophecies…

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