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The Creation Concept


Understanding the 70 weeks of Daniel

Daniel's 70 Weeks

Daniel's Time, Times, and a Half

Context of the 70 Weeks

The 7 Times of Moses

The 2,300 Days of Daniel

The Woman in Heaven

War in Heaven

The Fifth Angel

The Wings of the Great Eagle

The Flood of Daniel 9:27

The Darkened Sun, and Bloody Moon

What is the "Day of the Lord"?

This Generation

The Two Witnesses

What is the Number of the Beast?

Report on the Firmament

Select a start date for calculating the 70 weeks. If the year selected occurs in the Cyrus era (6th century BC), the day and month are ignored, and the first section of 7 weeks is calculated as leap years, or years of 13 months, in the Hebrew and Babylonian calendars. There are 7 of these leap years in a span of 19 years, a period that became known as the Metonic cycle. 19 years would be "week" of leap years. The second section of the 70 weeks is calculated as 62 weeks of 7 years, including both regular years and leap years. The end of the second section of the 70 weeks points to the time of the appearance of Christ, when he began his ministry.

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Did Daniel predict the exact time of Christ's coming?
From The Prophecies of Daniel, by Allan A. MacRae 1991


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