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According to Theopedia, in classical dispensationalism men, angels and Christ will return to the earth. Classic dispensationalists (ala C. I. Scofield and Lewis Sperry Chafer) are pre-tribulationists and believe that the second coming will be in two stages separated by a 7-year period of tribulation. At the first he will return in the air to rescue ...


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Jesus never said he does not know the day of his return, he said he did not know the day Heaven and Earth will pass away... read things in context please... Barnabas adds up with the rest of scripture. Mar 13:31 Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away. Mar 13:32 But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels ...


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Is it a possibility that Gog is just another name for satan, and that Magog is the multitude from every nation that chose to follow him? Isaiah 18 closely parallels the situation of Israel and the other nations of the world at the time of the event. The world would still be recovering from the catastrophe of the Tribulation, and it would stand to reason that ...


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This answer is from the perspective that we do not enter into eternal heaven after death, but await Christ's second coming and the resurrection in an intermediate state. First, we must go a bit further back in the passage than the question quotes. I will be doing this in a commentary like style, all brackets and emphasis is mine. Opening Observations The ...



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