Ken LeBrun Statements
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- Rome’s Place in Daniel 11
An examination of Daniel 11:16 supports the conclusion that Rome’s role in the chapter’s discussion of the kings of the North and South is that of an outside, third power, and not as the king of the North.
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- “We may have less to say in some lines, in regard to the Roman power…”
In reference to Daniel 8 and 11, Ellen White’s statement that “We may have less to say in some lines, in regard to the Roman power and the papacy…” provides guidance in identifying the king of the north mentioned in Daniel 11:40.
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- The Accuracy of the Pioneers’ View
The pioneers’ literal approach to the text of Daniel 11:40-45 has not failed. Its details have so far been exactly fulfilled.
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- “Thy People” in Daniel 12:1
Gabriel’s reference to “thy people” throughout the book of Daniel consistently applies to the posterity of Jacob. The expression in Daniel 12:1 does not refer to some other group. View Statement #4 PDF
- The Remnant of Israel
Christianity does not replace Israel in God’s plan; it renews and strengthens it. View Statement #5 PDF
- Civil Rulers in Daniel 11:30-36
Prominent Western civil rulers met every specification in Daniel 11:30-36. View Statement #5 PDF
- The Principle of Similar Language
Similarity of language does not prove that two verses are talking about the same thing. View Statement #5 PDF