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Synonyms for apocalypse

Synonyms for apocalypse

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

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a cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil

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The Apocalypse 3Dx is a single slot, half-length PCI card for Pentium-based PCs running Windows 95.
One in 10 think the Mayan calendar marks the apocalypse and 8 percent admit they have experienced some sort of anxiety about doomsday.
explores the myths of the millennium, the apocalypse, and the messiah and how nazism exploited or even came to believe in them and in itself as a source of salvation.
Since announcing the Apocalypse 3Dx earlier this month, we have been inundated with requests from 3Dfx owners wanting to know if we would offer them an upgrade program," said Jordan Watters, vice president of sales and marketing at VideoLogic, Inc.
The first product planned is Werewolf: The Apocalypse which is also one of the first products being developed by Capcom Digital Studios, Capcom's newly established U.
The Apocalypse DLC expansion for "Battlefield 1" also adds new ranks, service assignments, specializations and dog tags.
Near Haven takes on the apocalypse with literary flair and shining prose.
The series tells the story of the approaching end times and follows characters who are either bent on avoiding the apocalypse or actively seek to bring about Armageddon.
End of Days: An Encyclopedia of the Apocalypse in World Religions
In The Apocalypse Within" by Vincent Justino DeTizio, you will find: How each image in the revelation is a personal message to you, showing you how to get closer to God; Simple, practical, and proven methods from the earliest Christians which will make the power of God a reality in your life.
This rather difficult book seems to claim that, for both Milton and Marvell, the apocalypse is not a past or future event, but, unbeknownst to the practitioners themselves, a dynamic creation of seventeenth-century Protestantism, happening in their own times, a dynamic agent of positive change.
Based on Biblical descriptions in Revelation 6 and Matthew 24, next year's production of The Apocalypse Experience will be an event that gives thrill seekers a terrifying and thought provoking experience of what it might be like in the end times.
Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times assumes a step-by-step approach to events in the Bible that depict the apocalypse, considering exactly how these figures could arise, and linking them to discussions of who will participate in the scenarios of Earth's final days.
Part of the critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning "Bible Collection" series of movies, The Apocalypse is a movie on DVD bringing the origin of the Biblical Book of Revelation to life.