Daniel 9:24-27

Who is Messiah the Prince of Daniel 9:24-27?

Who is Messiah the Prince of Daniel 9:24-27? The Seventy Weeks prophecy of Daniel 9:24-27 has been described as “one of the pivotal prophecies of the Bible.”[1] John Calvin wrote that this prophecy “has been variously treated…and almost torn to…
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A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27: PRT 6

A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27: -PART 6- THE PARALLELS OF THE ‘SEVENS’ When Daniel 9:24-27 is understood as set forth in chapters four through nine of this work, multiple internal parallelisms begin to come into focus. The first and second…
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A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27: PRT 5

A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 -PART 5- THE ULTIMATE JUBILEE The seventy ‘sevens’ are ten symbolic jubilee cycles (except for the first half of the seventieth week) which are not only immediately followed by but also typological of the…
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CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 – PART 4

A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27   -PART 4-   A NECESSARY EXPLANATION To reiterate, the final ‘seven’ begins with Christ’s earthly ministry and spans the entire New Covenant Age until His glorious return. The first half of the seventieth…
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A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 – PART 3

A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 -PART 3- THE SEVENTY ‘SEVENS’ “Seventy weeks have been decreed for your people and your holy city” (Dan 9:24). The Hebrew word for “weeks” (שִׁבְעִים – šib‘îm) is derived from שֶׁבַע (šeba‘) meaning seven.[1]…
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A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 (Part 2)

A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF Daniel 9:24-27 –PART 2–  Parallel Verses A Christotelic understanding of the Seventy Weeks prophecy hinges on the recognition of a parallelism of specification in Daniel 9:26-27. Frederic Bush states that in this type of parallelism “succeeding…
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A CHRISTOTELIC VIEW OF DANIEL 9:24-27 (Part 1)

    A Preliminary Plea for Tolerance in Non-Essential Eschatological Matters    Few areas of theological study ignite such heated controversy as eschatology. Sadly, on account of eschatological differences, Christians all too often hurl harsh, bitter invectives against those whom they…
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