[b-hebrew] preterit URL
hholmyard at ont.com
Wed Sep 13 14:00:48 EDT 2006
>HH: Here is what I thought to be a good article written from your
>perspective of a Nehemiah date for the decree to rebuild Jerusalem in
>This URL that you have posted is a vivid example of the preterit concept I am talking about.
HH: The article does not take a preterite position. Some aspects of the
490 years have been fulfilled. That does not mean that all have. The
article is by a dispensationalist, and dispensationalists are futurists.
>Daniel's prophecy is not finished but is yet future.
>I know that as to typology it seems to fit into the era
>that this URL presents but we are missing valuable information for our future and that of our loved ones who are waiting for the resurrection as I too am. And as we all should be!!
>Daniel was introduced to the opening of the "last-end" in Dan 8:19. Please look at the opening verses of Micah chapter 4 where verse 1 opens with the time frame of "last the days". (yes the article is there)
>Isiah chapter2:2ff stands here as well.
>Please tell me that you do not see these prophecies as fulfilled
HH: No, I don't see them as all fulfilled. Daniel 8:19 may be fulfilled,
but it is also typical of the end time. The other two have not been
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