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The place where the final battle will be fought between the forces of good and evil
Any great and crucial conflict
The scene of a decisive conflict on a great scale
Armageddon is a terrible battle or war that some people think will lead to the total destruction of the world or the human race. a terrible battle that will destroy the world. In the New Testament, the place where the kings of the earth under demonic leadership will wage war on the forces of God at the end of history. Armageddon is mentioned only in the Revelation to John. The name may mean "Mountain of Megiddo," a reference to the city of Megiddo, which held strategic importance in Palestine. Other biblical references suggest Jerusalem as the battle site
{i} (New Testament) Har-Mageddon, site of the final battle between the kings of the Earth at the end of the world
{i} final battle between good and evil at end of world; final supreme conflict, enormous decisive battle, any terribly destructive battle
A Greek transliteration of the Hebrew Har Megiddon, or "Mountain of Megiddo," a famous battlefield in the Plain of Jezreel in ancient Israel (Judg 5: 19; 2 Kings 9: 27; 23: 29) In Revelation 16: 16, it is the symbolic site of the ultimate war between Good and Evil
A battle that is prophesized to occur in the plain of Megiddo, Israel Jesus and Satan, and their armies, will fight a final battle (as stated in the biblical Book of Revelation)
The location of the final battle of earth's history as described in the Book of Revelation The name appears only once in the Bible, and then in Greek, but is probably based on the Hebrew for "mountain of Megiddo " Megiddo was a common battleground, located as it was in a valley along the trade route between Egypt and Mesopotamia (see Judg 5: 19) Most notably, it was the battleground where Pharaoh Neco's army killed King Josiah in 621 B C E (2 Kgs 23: 29-30; 2 Chr 35: 22; Zech 12: 11)
The final battle between the forces of good and evil, mentioned in Revelation 16: 16 The word is a corruption of Har Megiddo, the Mount of Megiddo, near Tel Aviv, a place where many battles were fought ages ago Many wars have been deemed Armageddon by contemporaneous doomsayers, including the English Civil War, Crimean War, World War I and the Gulf War
(New Testament) the scene of the final battle between the kings of the Earth at the end of the world
Derived from Hebrew "mountain of Megiddo," it is the site of the final battle between God and the forces of evil in apocalyptic thought
Har Megiddo - mountain of Megiddo
The geographic location given in the book of Revelation (16: 16) for the climactic battle between Christ and Antichrist, with Christ's victory ushering in his thousand-year reign on earth Named after the hill near the town of Megiddo in Palestine, which due to its strategic location overlooking major military and trade routes was the site of many ancient battles
One of two known NuBus-based cards that facilitated the running of a self-contained Newton development environment a Macintosh Apple was to have produce these development cards in volume, but they proved to be expensive It is thought that only about 50 were ever made Shortly after they were introduced, prototype MessagePads appeared which could be used for development Special software on the Macintosh was also required to use these cards The ARMageddon card preceded the ARMistice card Source: GH
any catastrophically destructive battle; "they called the first World War an Armageddon"