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Eleazar Blew the Horn (AD 66)

March 30, 2014 Ed Stevens
Then and Now Preterist Podcast
Eleazar Blew the Horn (AD 66)
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Then and Now Preterist Podcast
Eleazar Blew the Horn (AD 66)
Mar 30, 2014
Ed Stevens
We begin by looking at how the Zealot leader Eleazar started the rebellion by blowing the ram's horn and rallying the troops inside Jerusalem to block Gessius Florus's attempt to get the rest of the imageless gold coins out of the Temple. This shows how Eleazar was the originator of the revolt, and the fulfillment of the Man of Lawlessness. Josephus gives "the day and the hour" of the Parousia with its associated resurrection of the dead and bodily change of the living. Josephus, Tacitus, Yosippon, Hegesippus, and Eusebius all record these events in their histories of the Jewish War. R. C. Sproul Sr. calls this historical testimony "a most remarkable record [which] lends credence" to the idea that there was some kind of coming of Christ in connection with the destruction of Jerusalem. If you wish to have the free PDF written lesson outline for this podcast, simply email us to request it ([email protected]). Be sure to mention the date of this podcast when you contact us.

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Show Notes
We begin by looking at how the Zealot leader Eleazar started the rebellion by blowing the ram's horn and rallying the troops inside Jerusalem to block Gessius Florus's attempt to get the rest of the imageless gold coins out of the Temple. This shows how Eleazar was the originator of the revolt, and the fulfillment of the Man of Lawlessness. Josephus gives "the day and the hour" of the Parousia with its associated resurrection of the dead and bodily change of the living. Josephus, Tacitus, Yosippon, Hegesippus, and Eusebius all record these events in their histories of the Jewish War. R. C. Sproul Sr. calls this historical testimony "a most remarkable record [which] lends credence" to the idea that there was some kind of coming of Christ in connection with the destruction of Jerusalem. If you wish to have the free PDF written lesson outline for this podcast, simply email us to request it ([email protected]). Be sure to mention the date of this podcast when you contact us.

Support the show (https://www.preterist.org/donate/credit-card-donations/)