[b-hebrew] actual Hebrew question about Daniel 9:25
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Fri Oct 20 21:52:43 EDT 2006
There is no text that insists that the six purposes be completed
within the seventy sevens, it is just the context that mentions it
within the seventy sevens. Since my mantra on this list has been
context, context, context, I would only be consistent to say that we
should look to the context that indicates, without insisting, that it
be within the seventh sevens.
Karl W. Randolph.
On 10/20/06, Seth Knorr <ftbaccounts at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I to believe that Christ fulfilled all six purposes on the cross. However, there are many scholars that assert that these purpose do not need to all be fulfilled inside the seventy weeks. I wanted to verify if there was any validity at all to this view, in view of the context and text used in the passage.
> Seth Knorr
> K Randolph <kwrandolph at gmail.com> wrote:
> It can be argued that Jesus fulfilled all these requirements. To
> reiterate, "to restrain (the same word as to put in prison) the rebel,
> to seal up (as a seal on a letter) errors, to cover (often used as a
> synonym for forgiveness) perversion, to cause to come the just one of
> eons, to seal up (again as on a letter, as if to say that it is
> finished) vision and prophecy, and to anoint the set apart (one) of
> the set aparts." Depending on your theology, you could say that Jesus
> fulfilled all of these with his death on the cross and resurrection.
> Yet the destruction of Jerusalem is mentioned at the end of the
> seventy sevens, implying that this is not the end of the world.
> Karl W. Randolph.
> On 10/20/06, Seth Knorr wrote:
> > Would it violate the text of Daniel 9:24 to state that all 6 purposes that where determined could be fulfilled outside the scope of the seventy sevens/weeks? ie. A purpose could be fulfilled after the seventy weeks, without violating the text and context.
> > Regards,
> > Seth Knorr
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