October 12, 2014. Updated on 10/1/2016 Steve Sabz

Are the Bible's Last Days (a.k.a., End Time) prophecies describing events that will take place in the future? Have some passages already been fulfilled in modern times? The following article and table will show how past events corroborate key Bible prophecies concerning the Last Days or End Time. In addition, we will learn which of the Bible's prophecies remain unfulfilled (i.e., still future). History often repeats itself (Ecclesiastes 1:9-10), Bible prophecy does not (Joel 2:2, Mark 13:19). See Scripture come alive as we compare historical accounts and relevant Bible passages!


Below you will find three tables. Table 1 (Post-Daniel) lists events still future (except for Zechariah 14:12-15 prophecy and the triumph of Christ's Church over the Roman Empire world), Table 2 (Daniel's 70 weeks) lists events already fulfilled in the past, and Table 3 (Pre-Daniel) lists events also fulfilled in the past. Table 1 (Daniel's 70 weeks) chronicles Daniel's 70 weeks (Leviticus 25:8) prophecy found in Daniel 9:24-27 according to the Biblical, Solar-Lunar calendar  utilized by the Hebrews (Genesis 1:14-16). It is also adjusted to include the four Persian kings that are accounted for in Scripture (2 Chronicles 36:22, Ezra 4:5, Ezra 4:7, Ezra 6:14, Esther 1:19, Daniel 11:2) and omits the remaining six enumerated by secular chronologists. This moves the date of the 1st (King Solomon) temple's destruction ahead 166 years to 420 BC, compared to the older, secular date of 586 BC The resultant 166-year discrepancy is referred to by historians as the missing years in the Hebrew calendar . Accordingly, Daniel's 70 weeks begins in 420 BC and ends 490 years (70 x 7 = 490) later in 70 AD.


  This article is an excerpt from the author's book  END TIME REWIND  

Ancient church fathers and historians such as Origen (4.5) , Eusebius (8.2.389) , and Africanus (16.2)  who lived in the second and third century AD supported the secular dating convention with the destruction of the 1st (King Solomon's) temple occurring in 586 BC. Moreover, they relied on an uncorrected, Lunar calendar to arrive at Daniel's 70th week during Jesus Christ's crucifixion and resurrection in 30 AD. However, their methodology was flawed because the Hebrews never used a strictly, Lunar calendar, since this would violate God's post-Exodus command to observe the Passover in the spring ('abiyb season (Deuteronomy 16:1). For instance, if the Lunar calendar was not adjusted to the seasons dictated by the Solar orbit, Passover would drift into midwinter season  in a matter of five years.


The preponderance of evidence supports the Solar-Lunar timetable shown on this page for a number of reasons which are outlined below:

  New Testament Silence

Authors of the New Testament never cited Daniel's 70 weeks prophecy as being fulfilled by the birth, crucifixion, or resurrection of Jesus Christ. The only reference to Jesus in the Book of Daniel is contained in Daniel's vision where he describes "one like a son of man, coming with the clouds of heaven. He approached the Ancient of Days and was led into his presence" (Daniel 7:13). In the same way, Jesus referred to himself as "the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven... sitting at the right hand of the Mighty One..." in numerous eschatology passages of the New Testament (Matthew 24:30, 26:64, Mark 13:26, 14:62, Luke 21:27, Revelation 14:14). Furthermore, the only Biblical figure whom Jesus explicitly stated wrote about him, was Moses (John 5:46, see also Deuteronomy 18:15-18, Acts 3:22, 7:37). Moses did not provide any clues as to the timing of the Messiah's arrival.

  No Gap

The insertion of an approximate 2,000-year gap between Daniel's 69th and 70th week, as espoused by Dispensationalism , is not supported by the passage. Gabriel specifically told Daniel that the "vision and prophecy" and related events will be completed in 70 weeks (Daniel 9:24).


Futurists contend that there are six points enumerated in the prophecy (Daniel 9:24) that were not accomplished in 70 AD. They are: (1) "to finish the transgression", (2) "to put an end to sin", (3) "to atone for iniquity", (4) "to bring in everlasting righteousness", (5) "to seal both vision and prophet", and (6) "to anoint a most holy place." However, we shall see that these six points were indeed fulfilled by 70 AD.


The first, "to finish the transgression", was a reference to the apostate Jews who would, in Jesus words, "Fill up, then, the [sin] measure of your fathers" (Matthew 23:32). Jesus was berating the scribes and Pharisees for following in the sin of the Jews before them who killed the prophets. These apostate Jews would "finish the transgression" by killing the ultimate prophet and Son of God.


The second, "to put an end to sin", was in regard to the temple sacrifices that the priest offered on behalf of the people. After his sacrificial death, Jesus, once-and-for-all, "put away sin by the sacrifice of himself" (Hebrews 9:26).


The third, "to atone for iniquity", was also accomplished by the shedding of Christ's blood (Romans 3:25) on the cross for sin that enables the believer to be "reconciled to God by the death of his Son" (Romans 5:10).


The fourth, "to bring in everlasting righteousness", is the probably the most difficult for those with a carnal mind to understand. Nonetheless, it is rather easy to comprehend when we consider that it is the righteousness of Christ that is "apart from the law" (Romans 3:21-22) which makes a sinner acceptable in the eyes of the holy Father-God and therefore permits one to enter into the kingdom of heaven. This is the same righteousness that Jesus said surpasses the external righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees (Matthew 5:20). Jesus also said that the scribes and Pharisees "sit on Moses' seat" (Matthew 23:2). It is God's righteousness through Christ Jesus which is available to all those who believe that "endures forever" (2 Corinthians 9:9).


The fifth, "to seal both vision and prophet", was prophesied by Jesus to occur during the time of Jerusalem's destruction. It was at this time in 70 AD during which were the "days of vengeance, to fulfill all that is written" (Luke 21:22, Cf. John 19:30).


The sixth and final point in Daniel's prophecy that was fulfilled by 70 AD was the anointing of the "most holy place." Since the context of the passage concerns the destruction of "your [Daniel's] holy city" (Daniel 9:24), that is, earthly Jerusalem, the "most holy place" must refer to the new and holy Jerusalem in heaven (Galatians 4:26, Hebrews 11:16, Revelation 3:12, 21:2).

  Mashiyach Not Messiah

The Hebrew term "mashiyach"  in Daniel 9:25-26 is not synonymous with "the Messiah" as the King James Version (KJV) Bible erroneously renders it . The term simply means "anointed, anointed one" in the Hebrew language . Throughout Scripture, the term "mashiyach" is frequently used in regard to kings (1 Samuel 2:10), priests (Numbers 35:25), the tabernacle (Leviticus 8:10), and alter (Leviticus 8:11), all of which, were "anointed" in Old Testament rituals. In addition, these are the only two passages out of 39 found in Scripture where the KJV Bible translates "mashiyach" (Strong's H4899) as "the Messiah." This scribal inconsistency renders the translation unreliable.

  Killed For Sin

Another Hebrew term, "karath" , translated as "cut off" in the KJV (Daniel 9:26), is often used in reference to killing a person who has trespassed against the Lord (Genesis 9:11, 17:14, Exodus 12:15). This particular terminology obviously cannot be applied to the sinless Savior (1 Peter 1:19, Hebrews 4:15). The term "karath" is also associated with making a covenant, or to "cut" a covenant with another person (Genesis 15:18, 21:27, Exodus 23:32). Jesus did in fact make, or "cut" a new covenant in his blood during his last Passover meal with his disciples, (Mark 14:24, Hebrews 12:24, Exodus 24:8). However, that was before he shed his physical blood on the cross.

  John The Baptist

When John the Baptist sent his disciples to ask Jesus if he was "the one who is to come..." (Luke 7:18-20), Jesus replied by referencing his miracles as evidence (Luke 7:21-23), not Daniel's 70 weeks prophecy. In fact, the only timestamp that Jesus cited as proof of fulfilled Messianic prophecy was that he would arrive after John the Baptist had prepared the way for him (Luke 7:26-28, see also Isaiah 40:3, Malachi 3:1, 4:5-6, Luke 1:17).

  Peter The Apostle

Perhaps the most convincing proof-text acknowledging the ignorance of Old Testament prophets concerning the timing of the Messiah's arrival is found in a statement made by the apostle Peter to his Messianic Jewish audience:

Concerning this salvation [of your souls], the prophets, who spoke of the grace that was to come to you, searched intently and with the greatest care, trying to find out the time and circumstances to which the Spirit of Christ in them was pointing when he predicted the sufferings of the Messiah and the glories that would follow.

The apostle Peter to God's elect in 1 Peter 1:10-11 (circa mid-60's A.D.)

As we can see from Peter's own admission, Old Testament prophets, including Daniel, were unaware of the timing of the "sufferings of the Messiah" simply because it was never revealed to them. Thus, time-referenced passages contained in Daniel's 70 weeks prophecy could not have alluded to Christ's first advent, death, and resurrection as ancient church fathers believed.

  The Temple

The prophet Daniel prophesied  about the End Time (Daniel 9:20-27, Daniel 12:1-13) between forty, and five years before the completion of the 2nd (Zerubbabel's) temple (Ezra 5:2, Haggai 1:14). This temple was dismantled by King Herod circa 18 BC and afterward replaced with a more glorious one (Haggai 2:9). Technically speaking, the temple that existed in Jesus' day and which was destroyed in 70 AD was the 3rd (Herod's) temple. Solomon built the 1st, Zerubbabel built the 2nd. Zerubbabel's (2nd) temple structure was never destroyed, rather, Josephus records that King Herod disassembled the 2nd and built the 3rd in its place.  Since the Bible never mentions a rebuilt-4th temple, the 3rd (Herod's) temple period must be in view. There is another temple that the prophet Ezekiel saw in a vision (chapters 40-48). However, Ezekiel recorded this vision (Ezekiel 40:2) before the 2nd temple was built (Ezekiel 40:1). Also, Ezekiel was a spectator (Ezekiel 40:4) who observed an angel (not a human) measuring a temple that was already constructed in the heavenly vision (Ezekiel 40:3-5).


New Testament authors never describe the destruction of Jerusalem and its 3rd (Herod's) temple as a past event. Furthermore, the apostle John wrote the Book of Revelation as though the 3rd temple was still standing (Revelation 11:1-2). John, unlike Ezekiel, measured the temple himself (Revelation 11:1). On top of that, Jesus stated that the next, or fourth, temple to be raised after the destruction of the 3rd was the temple of his own body (Mark 14:58, John 2:19-22). In summation, the Bible's historical chronology coupled with the absence or presence of contextual indicators constrain the last days before the end of the age to an event already fulfilled in the past, that is, by the year 70 AD during the 3rd temple-period.


Table 1:

Post-70 weeks (still future)

WEEK YEARS EVENT SCRIPTURE HISTORIAN LOCATION DATE
N/A Forever

Eternal state

1Co 15:26
Rev 21:1-27
Rev 22:1-5
N/A Cosmic
N/A undefined

Jesus returns,
Last day resurrection,
Final judgment

Mat 25:31-46
Jhn 6:39-44
Jhn 11:24
Jhn 12:48
Act 1:4-11
1Co 15:20-57
1Th 4:13-18
Tit 2:13
Heb 9:28
Rev 20:11-15
n/a Global
N/A undefined

Satan thrown into lake of fire

Rev 20:10 n/a unknown
N/A undefined

Camp of the saints
and the beloved city
attacked, nations defeated

Rev 20:9
Psa 46:4
Psa 48:2
Psa 48:8
Psa 87:3
n/a unknown
N/A undefined

Satan is released,
deceives nations (Gog and Magog)

Rev 20:7-9 n/a World
N/A 4th century AD

Church triumphs,
Christianity official religion

Mat 16:18
Mat 21:43-44
Britannica Roman Empire Feb 28, 380 AD
N/A 1st century AD

God strikes Roman Empire,
Vesuvius erupts

Zec 14:12-15 Pliny the Younger
Cassius Dio
Archaeology
Rome Aug 24, 79 AD

Table 2:

Daniel's 70 weeks with 7-year intervals (fulfilled prophecy)

WEEK YEARS EVENT SCRIPTURE HISTORIAN LOCATION DATE
70 63 - 70 AD

Christians reign with
Jesus in the New
and Holy Jerusalem,
Daniel's 70 weeks
(490 years) End

Dan 9:24
Jhn 14:2-3
Gal 4:26
2Ti 2:11-12
Heb 10:19
Heb 11:16
Rev 3:12
Rev 19:7
Rev 20:4-6
Heaven Circa Sep 70 AD

Satan is bound

Rev 20:1-3 unknown Circa Sep 70 AD

New Age
Begins

Dan 12:11-12
Mat 13:40-43
Rev 10:7
Rev 11:15
Earth Circa Sep 70 AD

Wild beasts gorge
on human corpses

Deut 28:26
Rev 19:17-18
Jos 4.5.2 Jerusalem Circa Sep 70 AD

97 Thousand captured,
1.1 Million perish

Zec 13:8-9
Luk 21:24
Jos 6.9.3 Jerusalem Circa Sep 70 AD

Survivors exiled,
killed for sport

Luk 21:24 Jos 6.9.2
Jos 7.2.1
Jerusalem Circa Sep 70 AD

Abomination of
desolation at temple

Dan 9:27
Mat 24:28
2Th 2:4
Jos 6.6.1
Eus 5.4
Tal 56.a
Jerusalem Circa Sep 70 AD

Jerusalem and Herod's
temple destroyed

Dan 9:24
Mat 24:2
Heb 10:19
Rev 18:18
Jos 6.363
Jos 10.263
Jerusalem Aug 31, 70 AD

Fire and Blood

Joe 2:30
Act 2:19
Rev 8:7
Jos 6.271
Jos 6.8.5
Jerusalem Aug 31, 70 AD

Outer temple
overflowes with blood

Rev 11:1-2 Jos 4.5.1 Jerusalem Circa Aug 70 AD

Cannibalism

Lev 26:29 Jos 6.201 Jerusalem Circa Jul 70 AD

Famine,
mass-starvation

Luk 21:11
Rev 6:5-6
Rev 9:7-11
Jos 6.193 Jerusalem Circa Jul 70 AD

Jewish rebels set
temple on fire

Dan 9:26
Mat 24:2
Rev 18:18
Jos 6.177 Jerusalem Jul 22, 70 AD

Earthquake,
thunder, lightning

Luk 21:11
Rev 6:12-14
Rev 8:5
Jos 4.4.5 Jerusalem Circa Jul 70 AD

Pestilence,
Self-dismemberment

Luk 21:11 Jos 6.164 Jerusalem Jul 17, 70 AD

Daily sacrifice
is abolished

Dan 12:11-12 Jos 6.2 Jerusalem Jul 12, 70 AD

Temple desecrated,
lakes of blood

Luk 11:51
Luk 13:1-3
Jos 5.11 Jerusalem Circa 70 AD

City divided
into 3 factions

Rev 16:19 Jos 5.21
Jos 5.1
Jerusalem Circa 70 AD

Lush metropolis
transformed to desert

Rev 8:7 Jos 6.1 Jerusalem Jun 26, 70 AD

Armies arrive
from Euphrates river

Rev 16:12-14 Jos 5.1.6 Jerusalem Apr 11, 70 AD

Increased wickedness,
gross immorality

Mal 3:5
Mat 24:12
Jos 4.9.10
John
Jerusalem May 12, 69 AD

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Oct 29, 68 AD

Rome descends
into chaos

Rev 16:10-11 Tac 1.2
Tac 1.3
Rome Jun 09, 68 AD

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem May 05, 68 AD

Sea turns
to blood

Rev 16:3-4 Jos 3.9.3 Jerusalem Jul 05, 67 AD

Scorching heat

Rev 16:8-9 Jos 3.307 Jerusalem Jun 26, 67 AD

Solar Eclipse
(Partial)

Mat 24:29
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem May 31, 67 AD

Stones weighing
a talent

Rev 16:21 Jos 5.266 Jerusalem May 30, 67 AD

Abomination of
desolation set up

Dan 12:11
Mat 24:28
Luk 21:20-21
Rev 6:3-4
Jos 3.115
Jos 3.6
Jerusalem Jan 20, 67 AD

All Israel is saved, Elect flee Jerusalem

Isa 59:20
Rom 11:25-26
Dan 12:1
Zec 13:8-9
Mat 24:31
Rev 18:4
Rev 12:6
Rev 12:14
Eus 5.3
Jos 6.9.3
Jerusalem Nov 17, 66 AD

Priest discontinues
Emperor sacrifice

Dan 9:27 Jos 2.17.2 Jerusalem Aug 8, 66 AD

God's glory rests
on Mount Olivet

Eze 11:22-23
Lam 2:7
Eus 6.18
Rab L-25
Jerusalem May 23, 66 AD

God’s glory departs
from doomed temple

Eze 11:22-23
Lam 2:7
Jos 6.5.3
Tac 5.13
Jerusalem May 22, 66 AD

Angels in the skies

Mat 13:49
Mat 24:31
Rev 12:7
Jos 6.5.3
Tac 5.13
Jerusalem May 02, 66 AD

Peace ends,
war clouds loom

Dan 9:27
Luk 21:22
1Th 2:14-16
Rev 6:4
Jos 2.305 Jerusalem Apr 27, 66 AD

Sword-like star
in the sky

Luk 21:11 Jos 6.5.3 Jerusalem Mar 20, 66 AD

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Jan 11, 65 AD

Peter and Paul
executed by Nero

Zec 4:11-14
Mat 24:9
Rev 1:20
Rev 6:9-11
Rev 13:5-7
Tac 15.44
Eus 25.5
Dio 3
Roman Empire Oct 13, 64 AD

Solar Eclipse
(Partial)

Mat 24:29
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Aug 01, 64 AD

Rome burns,
Nero blames Christians

Mat 24:9
Rev 6:9-11
Rev 13:5-7
Tac 15.44
Eus 25.3
Roman Empire Jul 18, 64 AD

Mysterious man warns:
"Woe, woe to Jerusalem!"

Zep 3:1
Rev 8:13
Rev 18:16
Jos 6.5.3 Jerusalem Sep 23, 63-70 AD

Peace and
prosperity,
Daniel's 70th week begins

Dan 9:27
1Th 5:3
Rev 6:2
Jos 6.5.3 Jerusalem Circa 63 AD
69 56 - 63

The gospel throughout
the whole world

Mat 24:15
Rev 14:6
Eus 3.1
Peter
Paul
Roman Empire Circa 62 AD

James, brother of Jesus,
is stoned to death

Mar 6:3
Gal 1:19
Jos 20.9.1 Jerusalem Circa 62 AD

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Sep 18, 61 AD (Sukkot Feast)

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Mar 24, 61 AD (Passover Feast)
68 49 - 56

Nero Caesar,
6th Roman Emperor

2Th 2:3-4
Rev 13:18
Rev 17:10
Suetonius Roman Empire Oct 13, 54 AD
67 42 - 49

King Herod Agrippa
slain by an
angel of the Lord

Dan 9:26
Act 12:23
Jos 19.8.2 Jerusalem Circa 44 AD
66 35 - 42

Claudius,
5th Roman Emperor

Suetonius Roman Empire Jan 25, 41 AD

Caligula,
4th Roman Emperor

Suetonius Roman Empire Mar 18, 37 AD
65 28 - 35

Lunar Eclipse
(Partial)

Mat 24:29
Act 2:16-21
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Sep 27, 33 AD

Solar Eclipse
(Partial)

Mat 24:29
Act 2:16-21
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Sep 12, 33 AD

Last Days Begin,
3,000 saved on Pentecost

Joe 2:28-32
Zec 12:10
Peter
Peter
Peter
Paul
Paul
James
John
Jerusalem May 22, 33 AD

Tombs open, holy
people raised to life

Dan 12:2
Mat 27:51-53
Jhn 5:25
Jerusalem Circa April 33 AD

Jesus the Messiah -
Ministry,
Crucifixion
And Resurrection

Psa 22:1
Dan 9:24
Zec 9:9
Mat 21:4-5
Mat 26:2
Mar 15:15
Mar 15:34
Mar 16:6
Luk 3:1
Luk 3:23
Luk 4:18-21
Luk 16:16
Luk 23:33
Jhn 19:28-30
Jhn 1:29
Heb 9:26
1Jo 3:5
Jos 18.3.3
Jos 20.9.1
Tac 15.44
Jerusalem Circa April 33 AD

Lunar Eclipse
(Total)

Joe 2:31
Mat 24:29
Act 2:20
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Oct 7, 32 AD

Solar Eclipse
(Partial)

Mat 24:29
Act 2:16-21
Rev 6:12
NASA Jerusalem Apr 28, 32 AD

John the Baptist
beheaded by Herod

Mar 6:27-28 Jos 18.5.2 Jordan Circa 31 AD
64 21 - 28

63 14 - 21

Tiberius Claudius,
3rd Roman Emperor

Luk 3:1 Suetonius Roman Empire Sep 18, 14 AD
62 7 - 14

61 0 - 7 AD

60 0

Jesus the Messiah
born in Bethlehem

Dan 2:44
Mic 5:2
Mat 2:1
Mat 2:5-6
Luk 2:10-11
Jhn 7:42
Jos 18.3.3
Jos 20.9.1
Tac 15.44
Suetonius
Judea,
Roman Empire
Circa 0
59 14 - 7 BC

58 21 - 14

King Herod dismantles
2nd Temple, Builds 3rd

Hag 2:9 Jewish Encyclopedia Roman Empire Circa 18 BC
57 28 - 21

Augustus Caesar,
2nd Roman Emperor

Suetonius Roman Empire Jan 16, 27 BC
56 35 - 28

55 42 - 35

King Herod
conquers Jerusalem

Jos 14.487 Roman Empire Circa Mar 36 BC
54 49 - 42

Julius Caesar,
1st Roman Emperor

Dan 2:40
Dan 7:7
Sue 76
Sue 88
Roman Empire Mar 15, 44 BC
53 56 - 49

52 63 - 56

51 70 - 63

50 77 - 70

49 84 - 77

48 91 - 84

47 98 - 91

46 105 - 98

45 112 - 105

44 119 - 112

43 126 - 119

42 133 - 126

41 140 - 133

Jerusalem and Rome sign peace treaty

1Mac 8:17-29
Jos 13.9.2
Roman Republic Feb 5, 138 BC
40 147 - 140

Judas Maccabeus
reconsecrates temple

Dan 8:13-14
Dan 11:31-32
Jhn 10:22-23
Jos 10.263
Jos 12.316
Jos 12.323
1Mac 4:52-58
Halafta
Seleucid Empire Dec 25, 140 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)

Antiochus Epiphanes IV
desecrates temple

Dan 8:11
Dan 11:31
Jos 10.263
Jos 1.31
Jos 1.34
1Mac 1:54-64
Halafta
Seleucid Empire Dec 15, 144 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)
39 154 - 147

38 161 - 154

37 168 - 161

36 175 - 168

35 182 - 175

34 189 - 182

33 196 - 189

32 203 - 196

31 210 - 203

30 217 - 210

29 224 - 217

28 231 - 224

27 238 - 231

26 245 - 238

25 252 - 245

24 259 - 252

23 266 - 259

22 273 - 266

21 280 - 273

20 287 - 280

19 294 - 287

18 301 - 294

17 308 - 301

16 315 - 308

Alexander the Great

Dan 2:39
Dan 7:6
1Mac 1:1-4
Halafta
Macedonian Empire Circa 312 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)
15 322 - 315

14 329 - 322

13 336 - 329

12 343 - 336

11 350 - 343

10 357 - 350

2nd Temple completed

Ezr 6:15 Halafta Persian Empire 3 Adar, 350 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)
09 364 - 357

08 371 - 364

07 378 - 371

king Cyrus permits
2nd Temple construction,
70-year exile ends

2Ch 36:21
Ezr 1:1-3
Isa 44:28
Isa 45:1
Jer 29:10
Dan 9:2
Dan 2:39
Dan 7:5
Halafta Persian Empire Circa 371 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)
06 385 - 378

05 392 - 385

04 399 - 392

03 406 - 399

02 413 - 406

01 420 - 413

1st temple Destroyed,
Daniel's 70 weeks
(490 years) begin

Jer 52:12-13
Eze 37:22
Dan 9:24
Halafta Babylonian Empire Circa 420 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)
00 440 BC

King Nebuchadnezzar
besieges Jerusalem,
70-year exile begins

Jer 25:11
Dan 1:1
Dan 2:37-38
Dan 7:4
Halafta Babylonian Empire Circa 440 BC
(Seder Olam Rabba)

Table 3:

Pre-70 weeks (fulfilled prophecy)

WEEK YEARS EVENT SCRIPTURE HISTORIAN LOCATION DATE
N/A 8th century BC

King Tiglath-Pilesar
destroys Samaria

Isa 8:4
Hos 13:16
Mic 1:6
Britannica Assyrian Empire Circa 722 BC

King Tiglath-Pilesar
destroys Damascus

Isa 17:1
Amos 1:5
DeMar Assyrian Empire Circa 732 BC
N/A 10th century BC

Solomon dies,
Israel divided

1Ki 9:11
1Ki 11:43
Amos 7:17
Joe 3:2
1Ki 12:16-17
1Ki 14:30
Israeli Empire Circa 926 - 922 BC
N/A 10th century BC

All promises
to Israel fulfilled

Gen 22:17-18 Jos 21:43-45
1Ki 4:20
1Ki 8:56
Gal 3:8-16
Luk 1:32-33
Act 2:29-36
Israeli Empire Circa 971 - 931 BC

  This article is an excerpt from the author's book  END TIME REWIND  

CITE:
Sabz, S. (2014, October 12). Daniel's 70 weeks prophecy table. Retrieved from http://scienceandbibleresearch.com/daniel-seventy-weeks-table.html


Steve Sabz

Steve Sabz

Born again (John 3:3, 1 Peter 1:23) on August 8th 1988, Steve Sabz is a professional educator with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University,  where he also completed Graduate level courses in Human Physiology and Endocrinology. Currently, Steve is pursuing a Master of Arts in Systematic Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.  Steve founded Science and Bible Research in March 2014 with the goal of edifying the Christian through Science and Bible research in the areas of culture, faith, and reason. In the past, he faithfully served in church outreach ministries such as teaching English as a second language, playing guitar in worship bands, Scripture assembly projects, and inviting people within the local community to hear the good news of the risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. In an effort to grow in the knowledge and grace of the Messiah, Steve successfully completed over 100 hours of Association of Christian Schools International-approved lecture courses in Principles of Biblical Interpretation, Doctrine of the End Times, Bible Survey (I - IV), Systematic Theology (I - IV), Apologetics (I & II), Church History (I - VI), Biblical Theology of Covenants, Doctrine of Election, Doctrine of Assurance, Doctrine of the Trinity, and Logic of Creation from Ligonier Ministries.  Steve is also the author of Evolution's Complexity Problem: See How Evolution Falls Apart At Its Beginning and End Time Rewind: An Exploration In Bible Prophecy And The Fate Of The World.