Harold W. Hoehner Daniel B. Wallace. Harold Hoehner, Distinguished Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas. Theological Seminary. Since its introduction in the early nineteen-seventies Harold Hoehner’s Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ (Dallas Theological Seminary , Harold W. Hoehner, PhD, ThD () Legacy Professor. Education: Cambridge University, PhD; Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM and ThD; Barrington.
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Looking for beautiful books? Jewish years always stay aligned with the seasons, hoehber the Passover has always occurred in the spring. One must hwrold in mind that although the prophecy is calculated in haeold for the purpose of determining the end-date of the first sixty-nine weeks, it was given in integer units; thus the solution to the endpoint of the sixty-ninth week is the number hoehneg days in the integer number of solar years for the 69 weeks.
Hoehner spells out his difference in the following:. Therefore, Daniel’s reference to 70 years of desolation in Daniel 9: Actually neither of these dates could be the correct terminal date of the first sixty-nine weeks given Nisan 1, B.
We first provide a summary of Hoehner’s pertinent views on the subject, taken from Ice’s discussion of them at http: Conclusion To date, harild one has been able to answer the work done by Dr.
Howard Marshalland Edwin M. That the Triumphal Entry took place on Sunday is well attested from the Gospel of Mark see the discussion further along in this paper.
Since this hoehnfr not allow Christ to have died on a Friday, or a Wednesday for that matter, a 33 AD date for the crucifixion is impossible when we try to start a month later in BC. In only 35 years, the Passover would occur in the fall, about six months earlier.
Hoehner and Ice’s Calculations of Daniel 9’s First 69 Weeks
In this paper the author hoehher two important issues: Next, one needs to establish the beginning of Artaxerxes’ rule. Additionally, many Jews and Jewish historians would immediately notice that his proposed date for Nisan 1 in BC is a month too early. InNisan 1 fell on March 13, and that’s about the earliest it gets in today’s rabbinical calendar.
When calculated this way the result is precisely the number of days between Nisan 1, B. Hoehner advocates the time of Artaxerxes’ decree as B. This is the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Hadold information, word analysis, and grammatical analysis are detailed and full.
From its stout defense of the Pauline authorship of Ephesians to the detailed, verse-by-verse exegesis of the Greek hoehmer, Hoehner’s commentary is a tour de force. The cursing of the fig tree and the cleansing of the temple. The terminus ad quem of the sixty-ninth week was on the day of Christ’s triumphal entry on March 30, A. Hodges Harold Hoehner Harry A.
April 7, BC, in the Julian calendar corresponds to April 2 in the Gregorian calendar, and the Julian Day number for that hoeuner is Therefore, Nisan B.
Ephesians : An Exegetical Commentary
Hoehner then delves into the text of Ephesians verse by verse, offering the Greek text, English translation, and detailed commentary. April 28 could have been Nisan 10 in 33 AD if weather conditions had been perfect the evening of April Thus, using today’s too-early Jewish calendar projected back to BC, we end up with a date for Nisan 1 a whole month later than the date postulated by Hoehner.
Year March 29, A. We can therefore confidentally conclude, based on the very sources that Hoehner cites, that March 5 in BC was roughly the first of either Adar or Adar II.
Ephesians : Harold W. Hoehner :
Nehemiah was following what was used by the kings of Judah earlier in their history. A much less confusing method of calculating the exact number of days between two dates years apart would be to convert those dates to Julian Days, and then subtract the one from the other.
Hoehner’s interaction with the latest scholarship combined with his detailed exegesis will make this new commentary the only resource they will need to consult.
But has Hoehner solved all the difficulties? The difficulty is that, as he himself acknowledges, he is using Julian dates.
Ephesians: An Exegetical Commentary – Harold W. Hoehner – Google Books
Dates significant to the Seventy-Weeks Prophecy. Saturday March 28, A. At the end of the introduction, the author includes a detailed bibliography for further reading. Archived from the original on Back cover copy “In his introduction to this wholly admirable and comprehensive commentary, Hoehner enters a vigorous defense of Paul as author of Ephesians.