End Time Chronology Errors
Most folks look at the “End Times” as a period just before Jesus return to this earth. What about the ancient Jews? How should they have viewed the time before Jesus’ first coming? It is a fact of the New Testament that the Apostles believed that they were living in the end of the age or the “End Times”! Judaism taught that the coming of the Messiah marked the end of the age. The Bible speaks of many ages and with the coming of a new age, the end of the old is implied. For example, Noah preached about the end of his age, and he experienced the beginning of a new age and a new world. The age of the patriarchs began with Abraham and ended with the coming of Moses and the beginning of the age of the Law. Both Judaism and the Apostles saw the coming of the Messiah as the ending of the then present age. If this is true, then we need to understand the chronology leading up to the time of Christ.
- Errors in Ancient Chronology
- Who was Claudius Ptolemy?
- The Temple was Rebuilt by Whose Decree?
- The Ancient Hebrew Calendar
- Seventy Years of Babylonian Rule
- The Seventy Weeks Prophecy Begins When?
- Unlikely but True–The 490 Years Begins Here
- Dating the Events of Ezra and Nehemiah
- “Even in Troublesome Times”
- Nehemiah’s Two Periods of Ministry
- God Sends in the Prophets
- The Coming of Ezra