A look at the text and timeline of Daniel 9 and how it is understood by Jews and how it is often presented by missionaries in an attempt to mislead Jews and influence them to convert to Christianity. What is it about the seventy weeks of Daniel, let’s find out.
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What is the translation of Daniel 9:25? Why is it different from other Christian Bible translations? Let’s find out.
In Part #2 of a 2-Part Lecture – How to Answer a Christian Missionary: Rabbi Michael Skobac presents Step-by-Step Biblical Refutations to many Christian missionary claims, offering a Jewish response to “Jews for Jesus” and other Christian missionaries who target Jews.
Answer: The first seven weeks ends in 537 B.C.E. The second segment of the Seventy Weeks period, sixty-two weeks in length, covered by verse 26, culminates in 103 B.C.E. (586-49-434=103 B.C.E.). Verse 26 indicates that “after sixty-two weeks an anointed one shall be cut off.” This “anointed one” is the High Priest Alexander Yannai (103-76 [Read More]