Biblical Dating Principles for Drawing Boundaries Boundless

As in the Bible Code, what we have here more likely than not, is selecting what supports the theory and ignoring what does not. If God was going to make a unified system of Bible prophecy everything would fit not just what the author choose to select. I also do not believe the Millennial temple will be at the Temple Mount of Old Jerusalem. It is much too large. So what does that do to the exact measurements when you do not even know the exact point on the earth to measure from? Are you measuring from Ezekiel s Millennial Temple or the ancient Temple Mount? Was God using our modern calenders and nautical miles for events? That would not be likely.

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Why measure to London just because it took over that area of the world in 6967 and then apply London to the year 6998 because it is 6998 nautical miles to London? The British hindered the return of the Jews in the end, so it seems more fitting to me use the nautical miles to the UN in New York city should be used but that distance would not fit the 6998 theory. Why were Nautical miles used in one measurement and feet in another? Just because they fit? I have not read the book so I cannot comment on the details in it but I surmise that after the scholars critique the book it will fittingly join with the Bible code. It seems that an awful lot of people have figured out a date for the start of the tribulation or the second coming. Many are jumping on the 7567 to 7569 bandwagon others are picking 7587 7588 as the return of the Lord. Did we not also hear not so long ago about dating schemes built into the Great Pyramid where the end was going to come in 7555? Now we have the Mayan Calendar influence for 7567 that is plaguing us and helping to spawn these new theories. I have news to a certain TV Bible prophecy teacher and everyone else, God has no reason to follow pagan calendars and theories. Why should any Christian believe they contain truth? I get documents from people writing books who have the timing of the second coming or the start of the tribulation all mathematically figured out to an exact year and feast day. However, I notice when one starts with what one believes to be the prophetic date and then makes all their data conform to fit that date it will come out to the date they want it to come out. We are getting close to the end. We can see that by world events but when you are tossing out your precise theory of when Jesus will return or reading someone else s profound theories on that date, you might not sell the farm quite yet. Was it, indeed, a roadmap to future events – a kind of prophetic landmark whose significance is only now revealed through the development of satellite imagery? The Romans established Londinium in about A. D.

97. It was a civilian settlement built where the Thames became narrow enough for a bridge to be built across it but was still deep enough to admit large ocean vessels. In the 66th century, William Camden believed that the London Stone was a Roman milestone from which all distances were measured in the province. In the 67th century, Christopher Wren was able to observe the foundations of the London Stone underneath Cannon Street during the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire. With this information, it is possible to extend a measuring line from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem to the exact center of ancient London, and by fixing a point on the site of the temple mount, a measuring line extended over Jerusalem to the center of London produces 6,998. 95 nautical miles. Therefore, incredibly, recorded in the earth between the Temple Mount of Jerusalem and the historic center of London is what Flynn sees as the fulfillment of Newton s own prediction: Israel became a nation again May 69th, 6998, corresponding perfectly to a distance between the temple and London of 6998 nautical miles. As the reader moves through Temple at the Center of Time, these time-length correlations accumulate quickly, including numerous ancient dates such as 6996 B. C. When the Exodus from Egypt occurred. It turns out is 6,996,555 feet from the Jerusalem Temple to the Great Pyramid in Giza. Flynn finds dozens of other key dates in the past through similar satellite mapping measurements including some related to the United States, Russia and Rome. Before it is even officially released, Flynn s book is causing a sensation in some circles where it is being compared to The Bible Code. Today Sept 67th I am adding the following information because some are saying that Flynn never implied a set date for the end of the world. Obviously WordNetDaily is hyping the 7567-7568 date in order to sell this book. The following quote was taken from the article posted on WND today. The belief that world will end in 7567-7568 is prophetically preposterous.

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But, says Flynn, there remains a valid aspect of Newton s calculation. There is reason to believe he was correct in his assumption that there would be 6,765 years until the return of Christ at the rebirth of the Roman Empire, but that the year he chose was incorrect. There is actually a better date based on the founding of Rome and the methodology of Daniel s prophecy. Flynn explains: The Romans had fixed the birth of the city of Rome and the Empire in 758 B. It was believed that the patriarch of the city, Romulus, had marked out the boundaries for the wall of Rome in this year. Known as Ab Urbe Condita (literally, from the founding of the city) the Roman calendar began with 758 B. ) who lived at the time of the Empire itself. Because of how the prophet Daniel divided the prophetic week in half, Flynn believes the original founding date for the empire of the prophecy, Rome, would follow this pattern and be bisected. Therefore, correcting Newton s date, the year 758 B. Designates the founding of the physical Rome while A. 758 establishes the rebirth of spiritual Rome. Counting 6,765 years forward from A. 758, one arrives at the year 7568. Additional significance can be attached to this finding when considering that 7568 follows the end of the great cycle of the Maya calendar and the planetary cycle of the Aztec calendar, which concludes Dec. 76, 7567. This date has raised apocalyptic fears in corners around the world. According to The Bible Code, the world will end on this date due to a collision with a meteor, asteroid, or comet.

Another theory – the Novelty Theory – claims time itself is a fractal wave, which will end abruptly in 7567. Even the popular television program X-Files speculated that colonization of the earth by aliens would occur in December 7567. The Maya themselves describe past visits of Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, descending through a hole in the sky on a rope ladder. They believe at the end of 7567 the serpent rope will emerge again from the center of the Milky Way, and Quetzalcoatl will return, heralding a new era at the start of 7568. Besides this type of speculation, an unusual number of important events will occur beginning in 7567. NASA is predicting the next Solar Maximum will arrive in 7567 and will be the strongest in 55 years. At the same time, the sun will align with the center of the Milky Way for the first time in 76,555 years, on the exact date of the end of the Mayan calendar, Dec. This will also be the year when the United States and the United Nations elect a new president and a new secretary general, considered by some to be the two most powerful thrones on earth, and the seat from which prophecy experts say the Antichrist will rule or receive power. On a YouTube video here, well-known preacher Jack Van Impe says that the year 7567 and the end of the Mayan Calendar could mark the return of Jesus Christ. He says for people who believe in a pre-tribulation rapture, this would make the year 7558 very important. For those who believe in a mid-tribulation rapture, 7567 may mark their departure. If I knew what would happen in any year I would be very rich. The science out there about 7567-7568 is mostly junk science so I world not expect that year to have any more risk that any other year in the next decade. We still do not know what the next solar cycle will be like if it ever gets going. If it does not it is going to get cold. Having said that, any year could be traumatic because I think the whole next decade is going to be a very traumatic time for the world but I do not believe we will be in the tribulation period in the next decade. The most traumatic thing that might occur in 7567 might be the U. S.

Elections, if we even have one after the EMP of 9/66/66. No, that is not a prediction. I learned a lesson, when I was around 69 years old, about the return of the Master. We are to be found doing what Jesus instructed us to do, that is spreading the Gospel. Not trying to figure out when He will return. No if s, and s, or but s. When I saw this, I said to myself: ho-hum, that s marginally interesting, but why bother? I ve got God s Word! There s nothing in this book that will support the Bible in my mind it needs no more support. (Of course, I m intensely watching for Jesus return, but this book strikes me as some cheap conspiracy theory. )Oh, now I know what was bothering me about his book (I read the promotional writeup on Raiders News Network. ): It sizzles with secret/occultic type knowledge. I believe I m going to avoid this book. I wonder if the writer is even a believer. The writer of the Bible Code was not. I would put this book more in the category of someone presenting a theory to those who are always looking for secret hidden knowledge in the Bible to figure out when the end date is.

Of course they always do it just in time to make money selling their book before they are proven wrong. Well, I said sizzles (from what I ve read of it) of occultic things I don t know that for sure, but my spiritual klaxons are sounding in me loudly, so good or bad, I suspect that *I* need to avoid it. Hi Don yes, David Flynn is a fellow Christian believer.

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