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I confess I have never heard any charge that Daniel prophesied there would be a change from the Jewish Sabbath observance to Sunday worship. The former starts from sundown on Friday (the 7th day of the Jewish week) and the latter starts from midnight on Sunday (the 1st day of the Jewish week). All I have heard is that some people claim it was the Catholic ...


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To “speak words against the Most High” trying (NIV) “to change the times and the law” has to be anti God as in promoting unclean and evilness, and would refer to the in the Bible prophesied coming “Anti Christ”. Shall persecute (NKJ) “the saints of the Most High" and " the saints shall be given into his hand for a time and times and half a time&...


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This will not answer the question but provide some background. (The answer to this question is impossible without a grander scheme of eschatology and prophetic interpretation.) The two words at question here are: זִמְנִ֣ין (zimnin) = times The root word זְמָן occurs only 11 times in the OT, all but one (Ezra 5:3) occur in Aramaic portion of Daniel, namely, ...


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English Standard Version Daniel 9:26 And after the sixty-two weeks, an anointed one shall be cut off [H3773] and shall have nothing. And the people of the prince who is to come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary. Its end shall come with a flood, and to the end there shall be war. Desolations are decreed. Exodus 12:19 Seven days shall there be no ...


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What is “the end” in Daniel 8:19? Gabriel tells Daniel in Daniel 8:19: "I am going to let you know what will occur at the final period of indignation, for it pertains to the appointed time of the end." (NASB) "Time of the end" "Time of the end" of what? This expression refers to to the end of the present earthly wicked system ...


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Let's see the context. Daniel 8:17 So he came near to where I was standing, and when he came I was frightened and fell on my face; and he said to me, “Son of man, understand that the vision pertains to the time of the end.” 18Now while he was talking with me, I was dazed with my face to the ground; but he touched me and made me stand at my place. 19And he ...


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The book of Daniel is said to be written in Hebrew, Aramaic (late and early) and the the author also used loan words from Persian and Greek. If the original scrolls are not available, how do scholars determine this facts? In the article "Daniel, Book of" the Insight on the Scriptures discusses the uses of Hebrew and Aramaic along with the use of ...


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