The Septuagint was the version of scripture used most commonly by the Jewry of Jesus day.
Matthew and Mark both warn the readers of their accounts to understand the references to the "awful horror".
Why is this important? So that lunatics like Hall & Jackson cannot make more of what was written than these two authors meant. That the references to what the authors would be unmistakable.
I am unable to explain eschatology to anyone exactly but I have more than demonstrated what the RFI/xCF teach just cannot be true.
Imagine for a moment telling a listener in Jerusalem in about AD 80 the Vic Hall version of Daniel's prophecy, with the Maccabeean revolt fulfilment of the prophecy and then the shadow cast onto AD 70. They would have just laughed at you, rightly.
These people had the living history. They had a sacked temple. They had lived between Egypt and the Seleucid empires post Greek conquest. Antiochus Epiphanes IV had cime to Jerudalem and sacrificrd pigs in the temple and sime many other awful things, to desicratr the tempke. The Macabbeean revolt was not two hundred years prior. The Jews lived under the rule of the Roman Empire that had filled the power void of the weakened Egyptian and Seleucid empires. Get a copy of Josephus and read it for yourselves.
Vic Hall ignores all of this. He pretends he knows better.
I do know he is wrong with what he teaches and you can check it out for yourselves. I do not know all of the answers at all, far from it. But, I am not committing all sorts of horrid crimes against you either dear xCFers. Study, learn for yourselves that Vic Hall is the false profit.
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1 Maccabees 1:54
On the fifteenth day of the month of Kislev in the year 145, King Antiochus set up The Awful Horror on the altar of the Temple, and pagan altars were built in the towns throughout Judea.
1 Maccabees 6:7
The Jews had pulled down the thing they called The Awful Horror that Antiochus had built on the altar in Jerusalem. They had also surrounded the Temple with high walls, as it had been before, and had taken and fortified the town of Bethzur, one of the king's own towns.
That ruler will have a firm agreement with many people for seven years, and when half this time is past, he will put an end to sacrifices and offerings. The Awful Horror will be placed on the highest point of the Temple and will remain there until the one who put it there meets the end which God has prepared for him.”
Some of his soldiers will make the Temple ritually unclean. They will stop the daily sacrifices and set up The Awful Horror.
“From the time the daily sacrifices are stopped, that is, from the time of The Awful Horror, 1,290 days will pass.
[ The Awful Horror ] “You will see ‘The Awful Horror’ of which the prophet Daniel spoke. It will be standing in the holy place.” (Note to the reader: understand what this means!)
[ The Awful Horror ] “You will see ‘The Awful Horror’ standing in the place where he should not be.” (Note to the reader: understand what this means!) “Then those who are in Judea must run away to the hills.