Jet planes … missiles … and atomic weapons.
You will search in vain in Ezekiel 38 and 39, and you will not find them. You will, however, find horses, bows and arrows, shields, clubs, and chariots. If the Gog and Magog prophecy was written for a time more than 2500 years in the future from Ezekiel’s day, why didn’t God describe the battle in terms that we could relate to and understand? Why confuse Ezekiel’s first readers and us?
My library is filled with books that attempt to make the case that the events predicted in Ezekiel 38 and 39 are on our prophetic horizon, and it seems that each month new books and articles appear insisting that “given the current world situation, nuclear war is inevitable” based on what we read in Ezekiel’s prophecy. Of course, a nuclear war might take place, but we have to question whether Bible passages like Ezekiel 38 and 39 and Zechariah 12 make such a prediction.
What if we read Ezekiel 38 and 39 literally? Is it possible that the Gog and Magog alliance that was designed “to destroy, to kill and to annihilate all the Jews, both young and old, women and children” has already taken place? That’s exactly what The Gog and Magog End-Time Alliance attempts to show.
About the author: Gary DeMar is a Senior Fellow of American Vision and the author of 30 books that include the following books on Bible prophecy: Last Days Madness, Is Jesus Coming Soon?, 10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed and Answered, Identifying the Real Last Days Scoffers, Prophecy Wars, Left Behind: Separating Fact from Fiction, The Early Church and the End of the World (with Francis X. Gumerlock), and The Beginner’s Guide to Interpreting Bible Prophecy.
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