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I can only share my understanding of the 'total fulfillment' option in your question. A 'week' was referring to the Sabbatical cycles of seven years and 'middle of the week' was understood by the early Christian Church to be when Christ’s sacrifice took place 3½ years into the final week, resulting in the abolition of the old method of atonement. So, Jesus' ...


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In 1843, a British tract published 1917 as a possible date for the end of the Gentile Times. In 1844, a British clergyman, E. B. Elliott, drew attention to 1914 as a possible date for the end of the “seven times” of Daniel chapter 4. In 1849, Robert Seeley, of London, dealt with the subject in like manner. Joseph Seiss, of the United States, pointed to 1914 ...


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