From the study: “Harold Hoehner adopts a variation of this view, seeing Ezekiel’s description as “describing events that are spread over a period of time,” rather than occurring at one time. Thus, chapter 38 refers to events in the middle of the tribulation, and chapter 39 to events at the end. Ezekiel’s account begins when Israel is living in apparent safety during the first half of the tribulation, but ends in conjunction with the Battle of Armageddon at the end of the tribulation. He sees the feast of birds falling on the fallen warriors the same as Rev. 19:17-18 at the end of Armageddon.