September 2006
Armageddon Now;2006, p204
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Information about famine relative to religion is presented. It states that the book of Revelation chapter six verse five to six depicts famine as one of the famous Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse who will ride forth to prepare the world for final judgment. It also presents the four major signs of the end listed by Jesus Christ in the book of Matthew.


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