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Resurrection and Judgment (Revelation 20:1-15)Erik DiVietro, 20 November, 2016
Part of the The Unavoidably Weird End of the Bible series, preached at a Sunday Morning service
pt 11, the cycle of "what is now has come before and will come again...until" finally ends. The righteous and unrighteous are separated at the final moment of this earth.
NOTE: Erik mentions GOG and MAGOG, referring to them as "far away" and "further away." The word GOG (גוג) is not of Hebrew origin. Most commentators believe it means "mountain" and that MAGOG (מגוג) means "land of the mountain." The reality is that they have no real cognates in any languages related to Hebrew. In a sense, they are an idiom which John took to mean the lands to the four corners of the world (Rev 20:8). This is the reason Erik interpreted the names the way he did.
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