Hebrew Voices #95 – 2300 Days of Hell

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, 2300 Days of Hell, Nehemia Gordon expresses his skepticism as author Joseph Dumond warns about the impending demise of hundreds of millions of people beginning in 2020. They discuss Jewish and Christian interpretations of Daniel's Messianic prophecy, ancient Aramaic tombstones that may reveal the true timing of Sabbatical years, and the many conundrums involved in deciphering chronological calculations. Guy Wilson “An honest to goodness instructional debate, most refreshing.”

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Sources Mentioned:
Lev 25
Mishnah Torah – Sabbatical Year and the Jubilee 10:5-6
2 Kings 19:29
1 Maccabees 6:49
Daniel 9:24-27
Psalm 22
Daniel 8:13-14
Lev 23
Lev 19 Sabbatical Year
Revelation 11
Genesis 41
Revelation 6:5-6
Jewish tombstone from Zoar leads one to question the current Rabbinical counting of the Shemitah cycle.

  • Seth Duol Tut says:

    I am hoping for someone who can tell me further about mysteries of two witnesses and scrolling dead sea

    • E says:

      Behold, your two witnesses are Nehemia Gordon and Joseph Dumond.

      “Then I heard a certain set-apart one speaking (Joseph). And another set-apart one (Nehemia) said to that certain one who was speaking, “Till when is the vision, concerning that which is continual, and the transgression that lays waste, to make both the set-apart ones and the host to be trampled under foot” (Dan 8:13)?

      “And I shall give unto my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy 1,260 days, clad in sackcloth” (Rev 11:3).

  • Joyce Obeys says:

    In two places in the renewed-covenant. Here’s one that speaks of Daniel 9.

    ““So when you see the ‘abomination that lays waste,’ spoken of by Dani’ĕl the prophet, set up in the set-apart place” – he who reads, let him understand –”
    ‭‭Mattithyahu (Matthew)‬ ‭24:15‬ ‭

  • James says:

    I heard this interview many moons ago and it I were a Christian as in the days way back when this would have sent shivers and anxt down my spine, how ever looking at this there is too much spirituality in this to give it any credence. This means spiritually that and that means spiritually this. And for God to gather Israel again to just plunder them again is too much for me. Zechariah days 2/3 would be destroyed And a third would pass through the fire , and this fire reference is clear Holocaust reference to me. Why gather them again and pass them through the fire again??? I don’t see any other disposals of Israel any more, rather I see Israel getting strong and more established as the prophecies state. That’s where my faith is, not in some fancy words of another wizard trying his game of crystal ball religion.

  • Michael Tom says:

    The Gospels do NOT say ‘mostly everything’ Yeshua said. In fact, Scripture says it CAN’T contain everything as there would not be room enough. If there is not room enough for “everything” then there is not room enough for “mostly everything”. John 21:25 says of Yeshua (by John) “…[He] did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written.”

    You can’t prove Daniel was not used since it’s not written down.

    • Janice says:

      Wow. That was an excellent point to bring up.