Spreading the 70 weeks from Cyrus to the time of Christ, Eusebius separated the component parts and introduced a gap, but he placed the crucifixion in the midst of the 70th week Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: Progressive Accuracy in Dating of 70 Weeks (2002)”
Sean Harris, Pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina Continue reading “Sean Harris: Is Preterism Biblical? (2016 Audio)”
I hope my account of prophecies will make appear. It is undeniable matter of fact, that ever since the times of Jesus, prophecy has ceased among the Jews; nor can they themselves deny it Continue reading “John Gill: The Prophecies of the Old Testament, Respecting Messiah Considered ; and Proved to be Literally Fulfilled in Jesus”
Interestingly, Christ, in response to the question of how many times a man should forgive his brother, responded by saying, “until seventy times seven,” which is the exact amount of time in Daniel’s seventy weeks.
the Romans meant this to be a FINAL DESTRUCTION, such as was foretold in this Prophecy
the 483-year period of Daniel 9:25, reaching “unto the Messiah, the Prince,” ended at the baptism of our Lord, in the 15th year of Tiberius Caesar, when He was thirty years of age.
repudiates the “parenthesis theory” that has been perpetuated even in our own day by modern Dispensational writers on prophecy, and lays the foundation of what the biblical teaching concerning the destiny of the nation of Israel.
If Jesus came spiritually, invisibly, but personally and potentially, on the day of Pentecost, and judicially as King of Nations and Head of the Church, to judge Jerusalem and terminate the Jewish kingdom, all the intimations of His coming quickly are plain, easy, instructive, and accordant with the grammatical and scriptural use of language. Continue reading “James Glasgow: The Apocalypse: Translated and Expounded (1872)”
Thus the year of our Lord LXX, “when the city was destroyed, and the sacrifice ceased, “was the middle year of the week.”
Tertullian calculates the seventy weeks of Daniel’s prophecy (Daniel 9. 24) as ending with the destruction of the Temple in the first year of the reign of Vespasian.