The very brief but famous prophecy of the seventy weeks, recorded in Daniel 9:24-27, has always been a focus of interest to interpreters of the Word, regardless of their theological bias. Probably no single prophetic utterance is more crucial in the fields of biblical interpretation, apologetics, and eschatology.
A proper understanding of the seventy weeks of Daniel not only safeguards the Christian against the elaborate guess-work of those who persist in setting dates for the Lord's return, but also furnishes the infallible key to the real chronology of all New Testament prophecy.
The first sixty-nine weeks and the coming of the Messianic Prince
The parenthesis of time between the sixty-ninth and seventieth weeks
The seventieth week and the coming of the Roman Prince
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Date:August 8, 2007
This book is relatively small by comparison to other works that deal with the nature and scope of Daniel's prophecy of the 70 weeks. But don't let that fool the reader. Alva J. McClain has helped to aid in my understanding of Daniel's 70th week Prophecy probably more than any other book I have ever read with reference to this particular subject. The reason for this is because he walked me through Daniel 9:24-27, presented the essential viewpoints, then he elucidated the problems that can transpire if one does not interpret this vital prophecy accurately. If there is any book that I would recommend, this would be the book that I would require first to anyone interested in Daniel's prophecy of the 70 weeks (Dan.9:24-27)