The very brief but famous prophecy of the seventy weeks, recorded in Daniel 9:24-27, has always been a focus of interest to interpreters of the Word, regardless of their theological bias. Probably no single prophetic utterance is more crucial in the fields of biblical interpretation, apologetics, and eschatology.A proper understanding of the seventy weeks of Daniel not only safeguards the Christian against the elaborate guess-work of those who persist in setting dates for the Lord's return, but also furnishes the infallible key to the real chronology of all New Testament prophecy.Contains:The first sixty-nine weeks and the coming of the Messianic PrinceThe parenthesis of time between the sixty-ninth and seventieth weeksThe seventieth week and the coming of the Roman PrincePublishers Description
In this short but important work, McClain introduces the first 69 weeks and answers questions such as "What is the measure of time indicated by the 'weeks' of this prophecy?" Continuing with a discussion of the parenthesis of time between the 69th and the 70th weeks, he concludes with an exposition of the 70th week.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.07" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.23"
Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2006
Publisher BMH Books
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|Great Book for Endtimes Study Feb 27, 2010|
|Content proved to be an excellent source of infromation regarding Daniel's end times prophecies. As for the books condition, other than a few handwritten notes the book was new.|
|A must read Dec 6, 2008|
|This is a must-read for any serious student of biblical prophecy. It is the framework for Revelation and God's ultimate plan for Israel.|
|Good case for a future 70th Week... Oct 23, 2008|
|Over the past year or two I have chopped and changed between "Dispensational" eschatology and "Reformed" eschatology. They both have strengths and they both have weaknesses. But it is a terrific spiritual journey reading good books from men on both sides of the argument! Unfortunately, much sensationalism and over-speculation accompanies far too many books by Dispensational authors. There is none of that with McClain. Parts One and Two are really good. I was especially blessed by his demonstration of other "time-gap" passages in Scripture (such as Isaiah 61:1,2 and Christ's quoting of it in Luke 4 where He stops short of reading the rest of the passage as it relates to His Second Coming not His First; therefore we have a time gap of over 1,900 years that wouldn't be apparent from a straightforward reading of the Isaiah passage). Why, therefore, can't we have a time gap between Daniel's 69th and 70th week? McClain writes with a gracious attitude towards those of a different persuasion. This is a highly significant prophetic passage of Scripture, and I highly recommend McClain's treatment of it.|
|If you are already a dispensational type guy or gal you'll like it Sep 24, 2008|
|Clear, brief, and old school. That is how I would describe all of McClain's books. I am required to read them for seminary and while they don't put me to sleep or make me urp in my mouth, I probably wouldn't read this book if it weren't a requirement. There is a general lack of exegetical depth, however, McClain's views are more scriptural than some. He tends to spout off vague scripture references like machine gun fire rather than aiming carefully for accurate in depth exegesis. This is the kind of "proof-texting" that gives evangelicals a bad name. All the hard core dispensational types will love this book, I'm just not sure I agree 100% with his methods or his conclusions.|
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