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  1. STRONGS NT 238: ἀλληγορέω ἀλληγορέω, -ῶ: (present passive participle ἀλληγοροὺμενος); i.e., ἄλλο μὲν ἀγορεύω, ἄλλο δὲ νοέω, "aliud verbis, aliud sensu ostendo" (Quintilian instt. 8, 6, 44), to speak allegorically or in a figure: Galatians 4:24 (Philo, Josephus, Plutarch, and grammatical writers; [cf. Meyer on Galatians, the passage cited].) ~ https://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/Lexicon/Lexicon.cfm?strongs=G238&t=KJV AL'LEGORY, noun [Gr. other, to speak, a forum, an oration.] A figurative sentence or discourse, in which the principal subject is described by anoth
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  2. https://www.christianbook.com/kjv-thompson-reference-genuine-leather-indexed/9780887071058/pd/7071058?en=google&event=SHOP&kw=bibles-60-80|7071058&p=1179710&dv=m&gclid=CjwKCAjw0_T4BRBlEiwAwoEiAQooyWdsSsvXyhqVfinyxbaxs4_D5qAOj3YqW6-2PxDRfv-THcWb8RoCq-gQAvD_BwE I have 2 black genuine leather non thumb indexed ones. I could sell you one.
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  3. Cyrus was a heathen King yet called God's anointed. And you be assured that God will give to the Antichrist the divine authority to do what he does. It may not be authority to occupy God's throne in heaven but he'll get God's authority to rule here on Earth. Ezekiel 28:14 Isaiah 45:1
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  4. Paul taught allegory from the OT. As long as it doesn't go against sound doctrine but rather supports it I don't see a problem with it. The whole book of Hebrews reveals how things in the OT are shadow of things to come. Paul clearly taught Mt. Sinai as an allegory. Of course, this doesn't mean books like Esther weren't literal books historically relevant to their time with lessons for us today. But there's no doubt a pattern in those books representative of times to come.
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