Are you aware that every beast in the Bible historically was a military power that conquered the...
middle east?. Thus the comment in this verse, "Who is able to make war with him".
"The Beasts" ... "Daabat ul Ard " ... Referred to, in The Bibles, and the Glorious Koran ... are Beasts, that shall emerge from beneath the Earth's crust ...
Military Powers, exist on the Surface of the Earth.
by veritorogue 6 years ago
Isn't not stopping the slaughter in Syria with the military power that we have shameful?
by alexandriaruthk 6 years ago
What country do you think will be the next superpower after the US?It seems that economy is the number one factor to be considered here, why because you can buy a lot of ammunition, further research and development if the country is improving economically, thus it is bigger chance for being a...
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
According to young turks news and various other sources, many christians and muslims are outright p***ed about the upcoming "Noah" film starring Russell Crowe because they claim it's historically inaccurate to the Biblical story of "Noah" as it's depicted in the Bible...
by Chasuk 6 years ago
If you believe that it is, do you accept its supernatural claims?
by haj3396 8 years ago
haj3396 saysThe Mark of the Beast is enforce Sunday worship. The reasoning behind this answer is this. God sign or mark is Sabbath worship.1. first who is the beast Rev 13-1-8, 16-18 provides 11 identifying marks. verse 1, rise from the sea ( Rev 17-15) 2, composite of the four beast of Daniel...
by The Reluctant Revivalist 2 years ago
Did you know that with every archaelogical find each year, the Bible is proven more and more to be 100% accurate?
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