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The Seventy Weeks, Leviticus, and the Nature of Prophecy

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This volume features 12 studies dealing with the 70-week prophecy in Daniel 9, the Old Testament sanctuary service in Leviticus, and the conditionality and fulfillment of prophecy.

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“One approach is to translate the first term šāḇuʿîm as ‘sevens, besevened, heptads, hepdomads, seven of years’ or the like. From this it is suggested that ‘years’ are directly implied in the numerical expression so that an extended translation such as ‘seventy weeks of years’ (RSV) or ‘seven times seventy weeks’ (TEV) are intended. The year-for-a-day principle is thus bypassed. This approach is utilized by the historical-critical school, by the futurist/dispensational school as well as by the amillennialist school.” (Page 7)

“By a process of elimination, the potential applications of this ‘most holy’ object have been reduced to one: the heavenly sanctuary, mentioned especially in the NT books of Hebrews and Revelation.” (Page 83)

“Stephen is the last prophet to speak to the Jewish people of Judea as the elect people of God. But his voice is silenced in death by stoning. In silencing him they also silence the prophetic voice addressed to them with finality. The words and works of further prophets are referred to in the NT (Acts 11:28; 21:19; 1 Cor 14; Rev 1:1), but the difference is that these prophets may be identified as Christian prophets who address the church.” (Page 82)

“the entire book has been written in a literary configuration known as a chiasmus” (Page 131)

“While Acts is not specific on this point, a few months would appear to be an adequate period to allow between the martyrdom of Stephen and the conversion of Paul. Although the point may not be proved with finality, the most reasonable date available for the stoning of Stephen is sometime in A.D. 34.” (Page 104)

  • Title: The Seventy Weeks, Leviticus, and the Nature of Prophecy
  • Author: Frank B. Holbrook
  • Series: Daniel and Revelation Committee Series
  • Volume: 3
  • Publisher: Biblical Research Institute of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
  • Print Publication Date: 1986
  • Logos Release Date: 2014
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Bible. O.T. Daniel › Criticism, interpretation, etc; Bible. O.T. Leviticus › Criticism, interpretation, etc; Prophecy; Seventh-day Adventists › Doctrines
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-11T18:27:56Z


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