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This became a major problem when Messianic Rabbi, Jonathan Cahn was confronted on one TV program, when one of his major promoters discovered that his date-setting predictions (of supposed coming calamities on America) ended up had him admit he based his book using calculations based on his own privately concocted new Hebrew Calendar, which never even existed.
THE MILLION DOLLAR PROBLEM We will discuss Cahn’s confession (more on that stunning story, see Jonathan Cahn’s Confession below) but we first need to set the stage.
Though the book is traditionally ascribed to Daniel himself, modern scholarly consensus considers it pseudonymous, the stories of the first half legendary in origin, and the visions of the second the product of anonymous authors in the Maccabean period (2nd century BC).
are the ” that “provides accurate setting for Jubilee and Sabbatical years” is incorrect.
This presents a mega-problem with eternal consequences.
While some object “why should that matter so long I believe in Jesus? As you will see demonstrated here, unless these deny that Jesus was the Messiah, it is .
There are endless theories and new concoctions on when these dates are to be set.
First of all, no one can pin-point when creation all started; the calendar which was created by rabbis who denied Jesus as the Messiah, is nowhere found in the Bible and for anyone who claims the faith of Messianic Judaism, to insist on the calendar’s accuracy would make Daniel 9’s un-qualify Jesus as Messiah.
American Rae Sanni's defense of women dressing or acting provocatively — whatever their motives — stuck with the audience long after they left.