Kim Kjaer Statements
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Since a symbolic “horn” is in Daniel 7 interpreted for us as a king or a kingdom, the “little horn” in Daniel 7 and 8 should be interpreted as a king or a kingdom. Papal Rome, being symbolized by a horn, may correctly be seen as a king or a kingdom in Daniel chapters 7, 8, and 11.
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- King of the North
The title “King of the North” cannot apply to Rome in either its pagan or papal phase.
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- France or Rome
Daniel 11:36 is pivotal to our understanding of Daniel 11. Both internally and externally, i.e.: from evidence within the book of Daniel and from other Biblical writers, Daniel 11:36 is best understood as Papal Rome.
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- Time of the End
The phrase “at the time of the end” may mean the year 1798, but the text does not demand that it be limited to that year.
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The underlying theme of the books of Daniel and the Revelation is the Sanctuary. This is especially true of Daniel 8 and thus Daniel 11.
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