Daniel's 70 Weeks

Profiles in Prophecy
Narrated by: Ken Miller
Length: 2 hrs and 44 mins
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Do you know the most amazing passage in the entire Bible?

In this study of Daniel's 70 Weeks, you will discover this amazing prophecy in the Old Testament predicted the very day that Jesus presented himself as the Meschiach Nagid, the Messiah, the King, to Jerusalem.

The seventy-week prophecy of Daniel 9 includes the most incredible validation of Jesus Christ as the Messiah, which he held them accountable to have known.

In a confidential briefing to his disciples, Jesus also highlighted this passage as the key to understanding all other prophecies concerning his return. It is essential to understanding the book of Revelation and other related passages.

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A bit disjointed

I appreciate Chuck's intelligent overview but expected a bit more depth to the subject matter and correct scriptural observation, ie. in Revelation, referring to the location of the lamp stands which he says are the church, they are in heaven in chapter 4, indicating the raptured church is in heaven. I find no mention of any lamp stands or church saints in that chapter.
Anyway, as an overview it's worth listening to. If you want more depth listen to something else.

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This work is not structured around Daniel’s prophecies but rather; this work is structured around the fallacy of dispensationalism: A fallacy which began in the 1830s.

Specifically this fallacy orbits the works of Hal Lindsey. The author has ignored the historical events which led to the fulfillment of Matthew chapters 23 and 24 in 70 AD.

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awesome teaching!

As usual Chuck Misses teaching is excellent. Could've had a better narrator though .

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no chuck narration

sounds like some automative robot voice
its a pass for me. save your money folks

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Alot of information

There is alot of information to unpack and study further. narration could be better

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Thx Chuck, blessed by your sharing

I thought both the author and narrator did a great job with this subject. I learned a few new things about Daniel and Matthew. Missler demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the Scriptures and past writers who had knowledge of and belief in premillennialism. My only objection it was to short! I liked the ending as well.... keep looking up and pray continually for our unsaved loved ones. :D

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Insightful

Thoughtful presentation of biblical truths regarding the end of the church age. He that has an ear let him hear!

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THE LORD'S WORD LIVES ON

Held my interest till the very last word. I love the Holy Spirit. And I love when people are inspired to write about our coming King!

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Very interesting

Chuck Missler is a brilliant theologian who excels at making hard biblical concepts easy to understand. I enjoyed listening to this version of the study of eschatology from the book of Daniel.

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Chuck Missler's Daniels 70 Weeks

Chuck Missler is without a doubt one of Christianity's Leading Theologians. I appreciate his insight into The Book Of Daniel. this book is thought provoking in its entirety. well performed by Ken Miller. I highly recommend it. Pastor Bill Haile Sr. Author of A Walk in Assurance Sustained By Faith and A Time Of Awakening the David Cross Chronicles.

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  • Wrinkleigh
  • 02-26-19

Excellent

Chuck Missler is a great way too learn anything especialy the bible. This audio book is well put together and very informative.

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  • Stephen Goulding
  • 11-29-17

Thank you Chuck missler

Much appreciate your diligent work, and insight into the most important part of scripture as it appears on the horizon of history. Your books are a great blessing to me, I thank God for them.