For part one, see: Prophecies differently interpreted
Attitudes and interpretations regarding biblical prophecies differ between three major groups. First, those who believe only in the Tanakh, the ‘Old Testament’; second, those who additionally also believe in the New Testament, and third, those who reject the authority of both books.
Sometimes, however, those who belong to the first two groups may consent about the fulfillment of certain prophetic portions. Yet in many cases they still differ in their Scriptural exegesis. A major example refers to the prophetic war of Gog and Magog.
First War of Gog and Magog
Multifaceted rabbinical Jewry, alongside Gentile-Christians and Messianic Jewish Yeshua-believers, all agree that the eschatological war of Gog and Magog (Ezekiel 38), predicted by the prophet Ezekiel about 2,500 years ago, must soon take place. Essentially, when the prophet Ezekiel lived, also the prophet Zechariah wrote about an eschatological World War – when all the nations of...
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