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About Daniel's Prophecy Of The Seventy Weeks

Among professed modern evangelical Christians Daniel's Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks has become an ideological watershed for two diametrically opposing end-time Bible prophecy slash salvation history viewpoints, known as dispensationalism and covenant theology, depending on whether one sees Antichrist, or Christ, respectively, as the divinely-intended covenant-maker of Daniel's seventieth week (Dan. 9:27).

Logic demands that one must choose between these two alternatives, for it is impossible for both Christ and Antichrist to stand in the very same exegetical place and space at the same time and both be right. So which is it? What is the truth? We deserve to know, and we can know, if we are willing to make a very careful, thorough, and open-minded investigation.

In this web site we take modern dispensationalism to task over its theory of some future "Antichrist" figure making and breaking some imagined future peace treaty with the Jews, during what dispensationalism claims is some future seven year great tribulation period, after (presumably) the Church has been raptured out. Is this "scenario" really true? Or is it merely a bunch of baloney---a figment of some men's fruitful imaginations based on a fundamental misinterpretation of Daniel's prophecy of the Seventy Weeks?

Well, that's what we do here. We explore. We investigate. And we come up with solid conclusions. So we invite you to this very critical learning experience. The following articles will help you begin that journey.

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