Is the Prophecy of Daniel 9’s 70 Weeks Distorted by Jewish Chronology?

Daniel 9’s 70 Weeks and Jewish Chronology

The 70 weeks prophecy of Daniel 9:24-27 is one of the most debated prophecies in Scripture between Jews and Christians because it provides a time frame for the appearance of the Messiah. Prior to the coming of Christ, ancient Jews reckoned the chronology of Daniel 9’s 70 weeks to end between the 3 B.C. and 2 A.D. When Jesus came during this time frame and fulfilled this prophecy in accordance with their expectations, rabbinic Jews of the 2nd century developed a brand new calendar to try to debunk the claims of Christianity. In this video, we examine the biblical Christian view of this prophecy, corresponding to astronomically confirmed dates for the fall of Jerusalem in 587 B.C. and the prophecy of Daniel. We also examine the current Jewish chronology based in their 2nd century calendar which incorrectly places the fall of Jerusalem in 420 B.C. to put the Jewish reckoning of this timeline beyond the life of Jesus in an attempt to reject Him as Messiah.

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How early Judaism read Daniel 9:24-27

IS DANIEL’S SEVENTY-WEEKS PROPHECY MESSIANIC? PART 1

Watchtower Chronology and Daniel’s 70 Weeks (4Jehovah.org) – More information on how Jesus’ life fits the details of Daniel 9’s prophecy

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