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It is just a word, not even an English word, but it's rich with meaning for English-speaking people. We use it to describe disasters and catastrophes of apocalyptic proportions. Newscasters have used it to describe the horrors of war. Movie producers have used it to describe what might happen if a giant meteor were to collide with the earth. But the Apostle John used it to describe the battle of all battles, and with tensions rising in the Middle East, many students of Bible prophecy are wondering: Are we poised on the eve of Armageddon?