[b-hebrew] b-hebrew Digest, Vol 44
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 20:19:31 EDT 2006
Because by profession Daniel was a minister in the Babylonian court,
later the Medes and Persians.
Karl W. Randolph.
On 8/31/06, John B. Senterfitt <millenia05 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Having done a little research I find that
> Antiochus Theus lived from 260 BC to 246 BC
> With a couple of ruling powers by a different name between him and
> Antiochus The Great who lived from 223 BC to 187 BC
> With Seleucus Philopator in between him and
> Antiochus Ephipanes 175 BC 164 BC
> Anciochus V 164 BC to 162 BC
> Not sure who fell in between him and
> Antiochus VII 137 BC to 129 BC
> Antiochus VIII 125 BC to 96 BC,
> Now seeing that Daniel lived 606 BC to 535 BC that would mean that his
> foretelling (prophecy) was like 400 or more years before the Antiochus Era.
> So the question is; how could he not be seen and thought of as a Prophet?
> John B. Senterfitt
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