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Forty Days - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... lunar/solar year of 360 days (note Genesis 7:11; 8:3,4; Revelation 11:2,3). Thus the total of the nine forty-day periods equals the ideal year. The periods are as follows: [1] the intense rainfall at the flood (Genesis 7:12,17); [2] the...
Nine Forty-Day Periods - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... lunar/solar year of 360 days (note Genesis 7:11; 8:3,4; Revelation 11:2,3). Thus the total of the nine forty-day periods equals the ideal year. These nine forty-day periods are as follows: The intense rainfall at the start of the Flood...
Revelation 19:3: for ever and ever - Study Note
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... ever. The smoke plumes from the burning of Mystery Babylon (Revelation 17:16) as well as that from the restored city of Babylon itself (Revelation 18:8-9,18), whatever may have been their respective proximate causes, will continue ascending...
God's Two Great Witnesses - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... John witnessed a future time of unbridled praise in heaven (Revelation 4:8-5:11) when the four beasts and the four and twenty elders fell at the feet of the risen "Lamb as it had been slain" (5:6), they worshiped Him who "created...
Revelation 17:16
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... the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with...
Revelation 18:2: Babylon - Study Note
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... Babylon the great. Even though Revelation 17 and 18 have the same city in view, she is no longer called “MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT,” since her ecclesiastical aspects have been destroyed (Revelation 17:16-18). At this point,...
Revelation 17:16: shall hate the whore - Study Note
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... shall hate the whore. The great whore is Mystery Babylon, the erstwhile ally of political Babylon. She has incorporated all the anti-Christian and pseudo-Christian religions under her control, and probably all educational and cultural and...
The History and Impact of the Book, "The Genesis Flood" - Article
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John C. Whitcomb, Ph.D. - is that it deliberately stops short of honoring God's written revelation on origins, the Bible. In fact, the book of Genesis as literal history seems to be an embarrassment and an unwanted and unnecessary burden to bear in their debate with...
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