Brother AACOOLDRE : Titus, The son of man, Jesus & Gays

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    TITUS; THE SON OF MAN & JESUS AND GAYS

    By Andre Austin

    The foundation of the Roman Empire was Slavery, Taxes and worshiping Roman gods (coalition of global Pagan myths). The Jewish religion didn’t want to accept none of the above from Rome. Joseph Atwill asserts in his new movie and book “Caesar’s Messiah” that the Flavian elites of Rome covertly wrote the New Testament to pacify Jews into accepting a messiah in the name of Jesus but in reality was the Roman Caesar Titus.

    If you’re not familiar with the literature and history of the time Atwill thesis will seem like a crank story but the more I watched his many interviews on Youtube, excerpts of his book online I’m beginning to become a believer. I just ordered his book online from Amazon for only $19.99 and will watch the movie off his website www.caesarmessiah.com for only $9.99.

    I can’t believe the world has been duped for so long. Atwill hopes his ground breaking research will explain away the racism of anti-Semitism and be embraced by Jews. The elite Jews are not interested in this new revelation because they have an alliance with the Christians of the USA to keep them in power by military/economic cooperation in Israel (Isis, Ra & El).

    Meanwhile, while I’m waiting on the book to arrive in my mailbox I can do some preliminary research of two key books to look at that are already in my personal library to keep myself occupied. These books are The Jewish War by Flavius Josephus and The Twelve Caesars by Suetonius. So after I read the later biography of Titus I was expecting to find some links with the Gospels. By the way the word Gospels meant in Rome Good news of military victory. Only a Roman/Greek would have written that. Besides the Gospels always said: “The Jews”. A Jewish person wouldn’t have written like that. Atwill asserts that Titus is the Anti-Christ, son of man and the Messiah and more all wrapped up into one. By the same sequence and exact order Jesus ministry parallels Titus military campaign in Israel going hand and hand. A feat that’s above the mere coincidence level.

    The basic model for a government rulership is made up of three wings of Political, military and religious power. The names of the players change but structure stays the same. Elites cooperate with each other with shared interest.

    So what do we have from Suetonius account of the life of Titus?:

    1. The first fact to scream at me was Titus aptitude that could imitate any handwriting in existence “and might have been the most celebrated forger of all time”. With the help of Philo of Alexandria and others Titus had the talent and resources to create the Gospels.

    2. The story of John the Baptist criticizing Herod’s sex life (Herod’s marrying his brother’s wife Herodias (Mark 6:16-21) Titus shared a sex relationship with Queen Bernice who was Herod Agrippa 1 father and sister to Herod Agirppa 11. She quickly married Marcus alexander to dispel rumors of incest with her brother. Marcus Alexander father was Tiberius Alexander general of the Flavian army. Suetonius writes that Titus had an affair with Queen Bernice and “He sent Queen Bernice away from Rome, which was painful for both of them; and broke off relations with some of his favorite boys”. The Christians may have to recalculate their stand on homosexuals because the real model of Jesus was Titus. To compound the matter both Josephus and Gospels have a skit of naked boy following Jesus (War 5,12 & Mark 14:51-52). The Biggest secret By David Icke claims mark gospel line indicates homosexuality of Jesus (Titus) on p.116 you can get free online. And who would know Shakespeare would know in his famous play “Titus Andronicus that Andronicus phonetically close to Androgynous-bisexual. The play did give a hint it was talking about Titus when it said his brother Domitian loved killing flies as a child he transferred to Jews and Christians as an adult Emperor of Rome. Suetonius also reports “Titus turned back to visit the Oracle of Venus at Paphos to consult about his voyage”. Now we see in Revelations “The son of man clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle”-Revelation 1:13. The girdle is the belt of Venus. Venus is both male and female between its morning/evening stars. These revelations may cause a paradigm shift with Christianity being obsessed with the disenfranchisement of gays in the USA.

    3. We all know its elementary 123/ABC that 666 are translated in Hebrew numerals. Christians believed that Nero’s double would rise again. Why was that? Suetonius reports: “It was even thought and prophesied quite openly that Titus would prove to be a second Nero”. The Christians would later link Lucifer with the fallen morning star (Venus) with Satan because the Venus of Cos was the colossal statue of Nero (666). I hope Titus was not like Nero the reported killer of Peter. Nero “attacked the private parts of men and women who stood bound to stakes”. This may give rise to Peter’s missing Penis just like Osiris and Hiram Abiff. Nero castrated a boy Sporus then went to a wedding ceremony with him. Even in Egyptian Myth Set (Satan) was homosexual.

    4. Titus took on the image of the Apis bull (Serapis) which is Osiris. Later Roman Emperors (Hadrian between 117-138) would write that Serapis and Christianity were one and the same. This is why we see so many parallels in the bible of Jesus (Titus) and Osiris/Horus.

    5. Titus dies at the age of 41 in 81AD. We read in the gospels that Jesus (Titus) was not yet fifty (John 8:57). Romans/Catholics celebrated Jesus birthday in December 25 while Titus actual birth was December 30, 41AD.

    6. Titus married Marcia Furnilla and divorced him for not giving him a son and had incest with Domitian’s wife Domitia from which he called his only sin. He’s making Henry VIII look like a saint.

    7. Titus once famously said: “Here Iam, father, here I’am”. Which sound similar to Jesus (Titus) saying “Iam he” (John 18:5) and “Iam he and that I do nothing of myself but as my father (Vespasian) had taught me” (John 8:28).

    8. Titus killed many Jews on his daughter’s birthday just like a Roman official in the NT. Also Titus owned a troop of inverts (Homosexuals) and eunuchs. Jesus (Titus) tells followers it’s better to enter Kingdom of Titus maimed with one hand, one foot, one eye (Mark 9:42-50) Hot metal devises made to castrate and that’s the contexts better to marry than to burn. And Jesus (Titus) teaching on eunuchs (Matthew 19:12) fits the troops of Titus. Josephus reports in The Jewish War that Titus cut off many hands and sent them to the 3 leaders of the factions he was fighting John, Simon Peter and Eleazar. Titus made his entourage if slaves to submit in every way to him. Likewise in a pun the Flavian family titled one of the gospel letters as Titus. In this letter some of the themes were staying away from Jewish myths and the most important: “Teach slaves to be subject to their masters in everything” (Titus 2: 9). This would have included the sexual advances of the King whether you were male or female.



    Now lets compare some of Josephus works with the New Testament.

    TITUS AND JESUS COMPARED: AT THE "SEA" OF GALILEE


    TITUS
    JESUS
    Start of a campaign (War 3,10,2)
    describes this battle as the "onset" of his command of the army
    this is the start of the sole ministry of Jesus
    Sent by his father
    "he sent away his son Titus to Caesarea" (War 3,9, 7)
    sent by his father in heaven
    His followers followed
    "entered the city the first of them all, and the others soon after him" (War 3, 10, 5)
    "brought their boat to shore and followed him" (Luke 5:10)
    Reassures troops not to be afraid
    "you know very well that I go into danger first, do not therefore desert me" (War 3, 10, 2)
    "Do not be afraid" (Luke 5:10)
    Reference to Chorazain
    "it produces the Coracin fish" (War 3, 10, 8)
    "Woe to you Chorazain" (prophecy in Matt. 11:23)
    Presence of a Jesus
    Jesus is the leader of the rebels at the Sea of Galilee
    another Jesus is the leader of disciples at the Sea of Galilee
    Fishing for men
    the Jews fall out of their boats "such as were drowning in the sea... attempted to swim to their enemies, the Romans cut off either their heads or their hands" (War 3, 10, 8, clause 527)
    "I will make you fishers of men" (Matt. 4:19)



    TABLE OF PARALLELS IN SEQUENCE
    JESUS' MINISTRY TITUS' CAMPAIGN

    Jesus begins ministry at
    Gennesareth and says "Follow me"
    and become fishers of men

    At Gadara, encounters a legion
    inside of one man that infects a
    group that in turn infects another
    group

    "Swine" run wildly and 2,000
    drown

    At Jerusalem, the "Son of Mary"
    offers his flesh to be eaten

    Jesus foresees a martyr's death for
    Simon at Rome but spares John at
    conclusion of ministry

    Titus begins campaign at
    Gennesareth where his soldiers
    "follow" him and fish for men

    Describes "one head" whose
    "wickedness" unleashes a legion of
    "demons" that infects another
    group that runs wildly

    At Gadara, 2,000 of the "demons"
    do not drown

    At Jerusalem, describes a son of
    Mary whose flesh is eaten

    Titus sends Simon to a martyr's
    death at Rome but spares John at
    conclusion of campaign




    We should accept the newly discovered true foundation of Christianity. Then and only then can we get out of all these insane wars and cultural intoleration. It’s time for the world to rise up from being functional illiterates and truly start to reach higher levels of reading comprehension.
     
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    forgot to mention this fact:

    . Suetonius reports Titus drank a fatal dose of poison and lived see (Mark 16:18).

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    In his book Caesar’s Messiah Atwill showed that the Gospels were a Roman mockery of the Jews’ messianic typology that had been deliberately linked to Josephus’ history. In other words, events in Jesus’ ministry were back-written to foreshadow events from Titus Flavius’ military campaign that culminated with the destruction of the temple of Jerusalem in 70 CE. The typological system that linked Jesus to Titus was made up of parallel locations, names and concepts that occurred in the same sequence. For example, the Gospels’ story that Jesus came to the Sea of Galilee at the beginning of his ministry and told his disciples that if they followed him they would become fishers of men, was written to “foreshadow” Titus’ beginning his campaign by leading his men to the Sea of Galilee where they fished for men.

    While the analysis in the first edition was correct, it was incomplete. It only included the parallels linking Jesus to Titus which I had uncovered at the time I wrote that book. I have just released the second edition of Caesar’s Messiah which presents the discovery that the entire storyline of Jesus’ adult ministry was created as a typological prophecy of Titus Flavius’ military campaign. I have named this discovery “The Flavian Signature”, and believe that the literary device was designed to eventually be discovered and bring Christianity to an end.

    I present seven connections from the Flavian Signature below. They are just a small part of the overall typological mapping of the Flavian Signature, which has over 50 connections. None of these parallels were presented in the first edition, though they all fit into the perfect sequence of typological parallels between Jesus and Titus established in that work. To make the sequence easier to follow I have only used parallels found in the Gospel of Luke.

    1) Journey from Galilee to Jerusalem, Messengers sent ahead

    The new edition reveals a number of overlooked parallels between the physical journeys of Jesus and Titus. Readers of CM will already be aware that the Moses/Jesus typology used the parallel sequence of locations as a part of its typological system, and that the Jesus/Titus typology is an extension of that system.

    “Now it came to pass, when the time had come for Him to be received up, that He steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem, and sent messengers before His face.” Luke 9:51

    “Titus, when he had gotten together part of his forces about him, and had ordered the rest to meet him at Jerusalem, marched out of Cesarea.” Wars of the Jews, 5, 1, 40

    2) Divide the group 3 for 2

    While many of the Jesus/Titus linkages have been seen by other scholars – though not recognized as being in a parallel sequence – the new edition presents many obvious ones that have been missed. Though the following parallel is easy to spot its meaning is obscure. It is actually a comment on the fighting that Josephus recorded occurred between the “five sons of Maccabee” during the war.

    ” ‘Do [you] suppose that I came to give peace on earth?
    ‘I tell you, not at all, but rather division.
    ‘For from now on five in one house will be divided: three against two, and two against three.’ ” Luke 12:51-53


    “These followers of John also did now seize upon this inner temple, and upon all the warlike engines therein, and then ventured to oppose Simon.
    And thus that sedition, which had been divided into three factions, was now reduced to two,” Wars of the Jews, 5, 3, 104-105


    3) Cut down the fruit tree

    The following parallel is a good example of the many seemingly trivial parallels that contribute to the overall pattern. Jesus describes a fruit tree outside of Jerusalem that might be cut down in the future, which Titus then cut down during the war. While trivial parallels do not have much meaning unto themselves, when shown to be a part of a sequence, such parallels confirm that their linkage was deliberate.

    ” ‘And if it bears fruit, [well]. But if not, after that you can cut it down.’ ” Luke 13:6-9

    “So they threw down all the hedges and walls which the inhabitants had made about their gardens and groves of trees, and cut down all the fruit trees that lay between them .” Wars of the Jews 5, 3, 106-107

    4) The triumphal entrance and the stones that cried out

    A centerpiece of the Flavian Signature is the “triumphant entrances” into Jerusalem. In the passage below, Luke describes Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem and then “stones” that “cry out,” and things that were “hidden from your eyes”.

    “saying: ‘Blessed [is] the King who comes in the name of the LORD! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!’
    And some of the Pharisees called to Him from the crowd, ‘Teacher, rebuke Your disciples.’
    But He answered and said to them, ‘I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out.’
    Now as He drew near, He saw the city and wept over it,
    saying, ‘If you had known, even you, especially in this your day, the things [that make] for your peace! But now they are hidden from your eyes.’ ” Luke 19: 35-42


    Josephus also describes a “triumphant entrance” into Jerusalem. In other words, Josephus describes Titus’ “entrance” into the city, which were the stones hurled by his catapults. In the passage, Josephus made his famous “mistake”, writing the “Son Cometh” rather than the “Stone Cometh”. Though the apparent blunder has puzzled scholars, simply placing the passage in its correct place in the Jesus/Titus typological sequence makes the meaning of Josephus’ “error” crystal clear.

    Notice that Josephus first describes “the coming of the stone”, then a stone that “cries out,” and finally he recorded that the “son/stone” was “hidden from your (the Jews’) eyes”. It is amusing that in Whiston’s translation given below, he inadvertently, but correctly, captures the real meaning of Josephus’ wordplay concerning “stones crying out” with his phrase – “and the stone came from it, and cried out aloud”. In other words, the Greek statement can be read logically in two ways: one way is just as Jesus predicted – the stone actually cried out. Notice also, that what the stones would “cry out” in the Gospels, was the true identity of the son of God. This is exactly what Josephus recorded the “stone” did in the passage below.

    “As for the Jews, they at first watched the coming of the stone, for it was of a white color, and could therefore not only be perceived by the great noise it made, but could be seen also before it came by its brightness;
    accordingly the watchmen that sat upon the towers gave them notice when the engine was let go, and the stone came from it, and cried out aloud, in their own country language, ‘THE SON COMETH’ so those that were in its way stood off, and threw themselves down upon the ground; by which means, and by their thus guarding themselves, the stone fell down and did them no harm.
    But the Romans contrived how to prevent that by blacking the stone, who then could aim at them with success, when the stone was not discerned beforehand,”
    Wars of the Jews 5, 6, 269-273


    The above pun on the Hebrew words “ben” and “eben” (son and stone) continues a theme established earlier in the Gospels:

    “. . . and do not think to say to yourselves, ‘We have Abraham as [our] father.’ For I say to you that God is able to raise up sons to Abraham from these stones.” Matt 3:9.

    To digress, it is extremely important that the Greek word “tekton” in the Gospels be translated correctly as “stonemason” and not, as is usually the case, “carpenter”. This translation is necessary to see the “stone/son” theme in the Gospels and Josephus, which is a mockery of the masonic imagery found in the Dead Sea Scrolls.

    5) Jerusalem encircled with a wall

    Luke then describes Jesus “envisioning” the encircling of Jerusalem with a wall. The new CM book edition shows that the overall pattern often connects to a parallel like this one that cannot be disputed. Scholars have always recognized that Luke 19:43 was dependent upon Josephus’ description of Jerusalem encircled with a wall, but heretofore have not seen the parallel in the overall pattern.

    ” ‘For days will come upon you when your enemies will build an embankment around you, surround you and close you in on every side’ ” Luke 19:43-44

    Josephus then describes Titus’ encircling of Jerusalem with a wall. This event has always been understood as the basis for Jesus’ prophecy above.

    “. . . they must build a wall round about the whole city; which was, he thought, the only way to prevent the Jews from coming out any way,” Wars of the Jews, 5, 12, 499-501

    6) Drive out the thieves from the area in front of the temple

    Keeping in sequence, Luke recorded that Jesus had an event “foreseeing” Titus’ victory over the “robbers” in the area in front of the Temple. Notice the typological concept of the Jews seeking to “destroy” Jesus.

    “Then He went into the temple area and began to drive out those who bought and sold in it, saying to them, ‘It is written, “My house is a house of prayer,” but you have made it a “den of thieves.” ‘ …the chief priests, the scribes, and the leaders of the people sought to destroy Him . . .” Luke 19:45-47


    Following the “triumphal entrance” and the encircling of the city with a wall in Josephus, Titus conquered the area in front of the Temple. In other words, the robbers were driven out by the “son of man”. Josephus and the Gospels each used the word “lestes” to describe the “robbers”.

    “Then the Romans mounted the breach . . . and all the Jews left the guarding that wall, and retreated to the second wall; so those that had gotten over that wall opened the gates, and received all the army within it.
    And thus did the Romans get possession of this first wall on the fifteenth day of the siege . . . ” Wars of the Jews, 5, 7, 301-302


    7) The Abomination of Desolation

    Another of the incontrovertible parallels found in the Flavian Signature is the “Abomination of Desolation” predicted by Jesus and recorded by Josephus. The passage in Luke that should contain a reference to the AoD does not, though the parallel passage in Matthew does. Notice that the author of Matthew asks that the reader “understand” something about the “Abomination of Desolation”. What the reader needs to “understand” is that by placing typological parallels into one Gospel, and not all 4 books, made the Jesus/Titus typology less obvious.

    ” ‘Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom.’ ” Luke 21: 10-20

    ” ‘For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom… Therefore when you see the “abomination of desolation,” spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (whoever reads, let him understand) . . .’ ” Matt 24:7-15

    “on that very day, which was the seventeenth day of Panemus, [Tamuz,] the sacrifice called ‘the Daily Sacrifice’ had failed, and had not been offered to God, for want of men to offer it, and that the people were grievously troubled at it) . . .
    . . . And who is there that does not know what the writings of the ancient prophets contain in them, – and particularly that oracle which is just now going to be fulfilled upon this miserable city?” Wars of the Jews, 6, 2, 93-94, 109-110


    Whiston noted the “miraculous” date of the Abomination of Desolation in a footnote:

    “This was a remarkable day indeed, the seventeenth of Panemus, [Tamuz,] A.D. 70, when, according to Daniel’s prediction, six hundred and six years before, the Romans ‘in half a week caused the sacrifice and oblation to cease,’ Daniel 9:27. For from the month of February, A.D. 66, about which time Vespasian entered on this war, to this very time, was just three years and a half.”

    Whiston’s point is that Daniel predicted that the “Abomination of Desolation” would occur in the middle of a “week” or seven years.

    “From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1,290 days.” Daniel 12:11

    Simply on its face, the fact that Jesus and Josephus both understood Daniel’s prophecy as having come to pass during the Jewish war is suspicious. Jesus could only see this by looking into the future; and the date Josephus recorded the AoD occurred was also “miraculous”. The fact that this dual miracle occurred at the same point in their campaigns seems to lay to rest any question as to whether the linkage was deliberate.

    I believe readers will find many of the new insights in the Flavian Signature edition of Caesar’s Messiah to be of interest. It reveals the real identity of “Mary Magdalene” and the actual confession by the Flavians that they invented Christianity.
     
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    There is an overlapping thesis by francesco carotta that clearly shows the cruci-'fiction' was based on the funerary proceedings of gaius julius caesar. it can be viewed on youtube... "the gospel of caesar". there is also a good website that deals with his thesis at divus julius word press ... choose the one with heading 'the gospel of caesar divvs jvlivs'. there are several articles there.
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    ....One of the earliest books of the New Testament was the Gospel according to Mark. The traditionally accepted date for this Gospel is about 64 AD, which would be a little over thirty years from the death of Jesus.

    However, in 1955 some fragments of documents were found in Cave 7 at Qumran, on the western coast of the Dead Sea, that subsequently were found to be relevant, though many years were to elapse before this was to become significant. The fragments were found to be no older than 50 AD: one was from Exodus, one from the apocryphal Letter of Jeremiah, and the third was unidentified.

    In 1972 the grouping of the Greek letters for "nnes" were noted, and the examining person realised that they might be from the word "Gennesaret". It was then compared to Mark 6:52-53, and found to fit exactly. It was checked and confirmed by other experts.

    The significance of this find was enormous, for it showed that the Gospel of Mark was in existence within twenty years of the crucifixion, that is, while eye-witnesses were still very plentiful. The story could not have continued to exist under these circumstances unless it had been authentic and genuine -- the critical scrutiny and comment of eye-witnesses, Jews, Christians, Romans, and Greeks, who lived in the land of Jesus' ministry, must have accepted them as being accurate.

    .....

    http://www.bible.org.nz/articles/who-was-jesus-christ.html
     
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    Caesar's Messiah: Did the Romans Invent Jesus?
    If you want a crazy conspiracy theory, I have one for you. Joseph Atwill in his book (Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus http://www.amazon.com/Caesars-Messiah-Conspiracy-Flavian-Signature/...) sees parallels between Jesus and Titus as well as parallels between the writings of Josephus and the Gospels. His conclusion is that the Flavian dynasty (Vespasian and his sons Titus and Domitian) wrote the gospels. He claims that they invented Jesus (patterned on Titus) as a way of making a more peaceful Jewish Messiah! This is crazy, of course, but some skeptics think he is really onto something. See here
    and see here


    Now, there actually are parallels between Jesus and Titus, but they are the parallels of Christ and Antichrist. See my book, The Antichrist and the Second Coming, vols 1 & 2
    http://www.amazon.com/The-Antichrist-Second-Coming-Examination/dp/1...
    I have produced 1,100 pages tying Titus to the scriptures related to Antichrist. So Titus is found in Scripture, but that hardly means that Titus or his family wrote Scripture!

    A couple of parallels between Jesus and Titus are, the son motif (Jesus the son of God, Titus the son of the physical ruler of the world). Both had a 3 1/2 year campaign that began in Galilee and ended in Jerusalem. Note, however, the time period of 3 1/2 was not invented by the Flavians. It shows up in Daniel (Dan. 7:25[​IMG]; 12:7[​IMG]). It is the last half of Daniel's 70 weeks. In considering this time period, it is helpful to look at Daniel 9:26-27[​IMG]; these two verses present a juxtaposition of the activities of Christ and Antichrist ...

    .....Especially important for assessing Atwill theory about the Flavians writing parts of Scripture is the book of Daniel. This is because the latest it could be written would be the second century BC. Thus, it could not have been produced by the Flavians. It is pretty easy to find Titus in the book of Daniel. Now, since Daniel was written hundreds of year before the Flavians lived, there are only two choices: either the references to Titus are coincidence or they are real prophecy.

    It is easy to find Titus in Daniel 7 as the little 11th horn (Dan. 7:7-8[​IMG]). He was the 11th Caesar and was a little horn in AD 70 (i.e., a general under his father). His campaign against the Jews was a time times and half a time (Dan. 7:23-27[​IMG]; what Rev. 13:5[​IMG] shows as 42 months, cf. Rev. 11:2[​IMG]). A change was made to the reckoning of the Jewish calendar and law when Titus and Vespasian allowed the equivalent of a new Sanhedrin to be set up in Yavneh in AD 69 (Dan. 7:25[​IMG]). The three kings removed before Titus (Dan. 7:8[​IMG], 20[​IMG]) were Galba Otho and Vitellius (the 3 short lived emperors of AD 68-69). The Jewish commentator Rashi was able to see these connections. See here. http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/16490/showrashi/true

    It is incredibly easy to see Titus in the prince to come who destroys Jerusalem and the Temple in Dan. 9:26-27[​IMG]. Titus did that in AD 70. Only Nebuchadnezzar and Titus fulfilled that prophecy.

    People can also see Titus in the invasion of the King of the North in Daniel 11:36-12:13[​IMG] which ends with the destruction of the Jewish nation by him in AD 70. In Daniel 12, Daniel is told that all the events of chapters 11 and 12 would be fulfilled when the power of Daniel’s people had been “completely shattered” (Dan. 12:7[​IMG]). This happened at Titus’ destruction of the Jewish nation in AD 70. It was the culmination of the great tribulation—a time brought on by the king of the North’s siege against Jerusalem (Dan. 11:36-12:2[​IMG]). A. Berkeley Mickelsen (who is not a preterist) makes the following observations about how Daniel 11:40-44....

    COMPLETE HERE:

    http://deathisdefeated.ning.com/profiles/blogs/did-the-romans-invent-jesus?xg_source=activity
     
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