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    • in all fairness Mr. Baptiste I didn't pick the day and hour, just the general year    Hal Lindsey agreed with me so I wasn't out there all by myself, and we both used scripture to come to that agreement.....   wrong as it was neither of us went against the scripture you post here, we just thought we knew how long a generation was.
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