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    Yes, when rightly applied using the analogy of faith.

    Jim
    Jim Jarantowski
    Minister of the Gospel
    (Currently residing at Covenant Presbyterian Church, New Berlin, WI)

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    I am Gog and Magog.

    Bwah -hahahahahah!!!
    Ben
    Chaplain, US Army
    Stuttgart, Germany
    TE Potomac Presbytery, PCA
    www.thebenaddiction.com

    "Whenever I'm about to do something, I think, 'would an idiot do that?' And if they would, I do not do that thing." -- Dwight Schrute

    "I've been so thoroughly trained that I don't even need to think before I speak." -- Harry Crumb

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    The Book of Revelation clearly shows that Gog and Magog occurs at the end of the Millenium before the return of Christ. If any double fulfillment is to occur, I would say that the first fulfillment occurred with Antiochus Epiphanes.
    ~Keon Garraway~ Brooklyn, NY Member of Franklin Square OPC

    Love for God demonstrated by the love for our children in giving them a God centered education is the only hope for our country. by David Morrow
    Pslam 71:20 [Thou], which hast shewed me great and sore troubles, shalt quicken me again, and shalt bring me up again from the depths of the earth.

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    Here's an article by Gary demar on Ezekiel 38-39 arguing for fulfillment on some level in the days of Esther. http://www.preteristsite.com/docs/demarlbfiction.pdf

    VanVos
    Rev Jonathan James Goundry
    *Calvinist @ Heart
    Missionary with International Christian Institute www.iciministry.org
    www.fide-o.com
    www.vanvos.blogspot.com
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