Daniel 11:37

Neither shall he regard the gods of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all.
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Aquinas Study Bible

AD 2017
In a similar way St. Paul says, "who is an adversary to, and who is lifted up above, all that is called god or that is worshipped, so much so that he sits in the temple of God, presenting himself as if he were God 2Thess 2:4." who is an adversary to CHRYS For he will not introduce idolatry, but will be a kind of opponent to God. and who is lifted up above, all that is called god or that is worshipped THEODORE From this it shows that the Antichrist will overturn idolatry, which the Devil introduced, and he will put an end to every sect which opposes the word of truth; ISHODAD because he will turn all men to worship him, as if to say he is the Christ, and to him worship is due from all creatures. (Litteral's Bible Catena)


AD 420
Instead of our rendering, the Septuagint translates: ".. .and he will not be subject to the lusts of women." And again, instead of "the god Maozim (m'dym) [the Massoretic text has md'uzziym]," as the Hebrew has it, Aquila renders, "the God of mighty powers (fortitudinum)," whereas the Septuagint says, "the most mighty God." But because there is an ambiguity of position in the Hebrew original of the phrase we rendered by, "And he shall be engrossed in lust for women," Aquila renders it simply word for word (in Greek): "And he shall |138 have no understanding with regard to the god of his fathers, and (B) in regard to the desire of women and in regard to every god he shall have no understanding"; that is (in Latin): "And concerning the god of his fathers he shall not understand, and concerning the lust for women, and concerning every god he shall not understand." There are two interpretations current concerning these words, that he cherished lust for women, and that he cherished no lust ...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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