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03-08-2010, 08:32 PM #482Professional Member*
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I probably need to give more information... I was busy early today.
If I remember correctly (and I may not), there is prophesy about a ruler that will rule for 3.5 years, and be killed... Then will rise from the dead and many will worship him... He will rule for another 3.5 years.... This may be during the 7 years tribulation... in which case Christians will not be here (that is my belief).
Does anyone remember that passage? It may be in Daniel...GA-HVAC-Tech
Galatians 2:20-21; Colossians 1: 21-22 & 26-27; 3:1-4; Romans Ch's 5-6-7-8
2 Chronicles 7:14
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03-08-2010, 10:20 PM #483
Main article: Chronology of Jesus
See also: Nativity of Jesus, 1 BC, and Year zero
Scholars conclude that Jesus was born 7–2 BC/BCE and died 26–36 AD/CE.
There is no contemporary evidence of the exact date of Jesus' birth. The common Gregorian calendar for numbering years, in which the current year is 2010, is based on an early medieval attempt to count the years from his birth (Incarnation). The Gospel of Matthew places his birth under the reign of Herod the Great, who died in 4 BC/BCE, and indications in the Gospel of Luke point to the same period, though Luke also describes the birth as taking place during the first census of the Roman provinces of Syria and Iudaea, which is generally believed to have occurred in 6 AD/CE. Most scholars generally assume a date of birth between 6 and 4 BC/BCE.[44
Jesus' ministry, which according to the Gospel of Luke he began at about 30 years of age, followed that of John the Baptist, whose ministry is said to have begun "in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar",[Lk. 3:1–2] which would be about 28 or 29 AD/CE. Jesus' ministry lasted around one year, according to the Synoptic Gospels, or three years according to the Gospel of John. Thus, the earliest generally-accepted date for the crucifixion is 29 AD/CE, and the latest is 36 AD/CE.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_christWe're awl pawthetic and kweepy and can't get giwrls. That's why we fight wobots.
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03-08-2010, 11:45 PM #484Professional Member
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It's amazing that an ancient writing would say the whole world will see these two witness laying dead in the street. That could only be possible with modern day communications.
03-09-2010, 06:53 PM #485