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The short answer is yes, it is theoretically possible. The long answer would probably take a book, so I will offer a summary. First of all, it must be realised that the seventy ‘sevens’ (Daniel 9:24-27) were actually an integral part of the Sabbatical year system; it was not an independent count of seven. You seem to already be aware of that. Secondly, ...


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Yes I think so. From the Jewish Tanach:- Dan 12:11 “And from the time the daily sacrifice was removed and the silent abomination placed, is one thousand, two hundred, and ninety" http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/16495 The original temple of Solomon was destroyed by the Babylonians probably during 586 BC. ...


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Public Revelation as the Church defines it, ended with the death of the last Apostle, St. John. All revelations since then are in the domain of Private Revelation. Thus the Prophecies of the Popes falls into this category. The question as to whether or not it is a forgery is not in this answer. Any vision or apparition must always be free of any errors of ...


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The problem with prophecies in general is that it is almost impossible to know the correct interpretation(s) to them until the actual time of fulfillment is upon us. The Prophecies of the Popes is no exception. The original Latin text of this particular prophecy does not name the city of Rome as being the city of seven hills. Its interpretation as to which ...


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What "most people agree" is completely irrelevant. What matters is what the Word of God tells us, as read through the eyes of the Patristic Church. Isaiah describes a man who was not compelling by force of "great looks" (like Saul) but because He was obviously of God (like David). Since Jesus was (and is) the Son of God, God the Son, Second Person of he ...



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