Despite the Seder Olam Rabbah to Throw Off Time of Yehoshua’s Mission on Earth the Judaists Expecting Messiah Soon


Sensing that the Messiah must come soon, most Judaists are expecting a man to come forth to fulfill that role, even though this is only 5,777 years after the six days of creation according to the Seder Olam Rabbah (about 6,000 years would be more accepted because “a day to Elohim is as a thousand years”). The Seder Olam Rabbah (written circa 300 a. d.) is a Jewish history all the way back to Adam and Eve, but in order to throw off the Daniel 9 prophecy which accurately predicted the time of Jesus’ physical death (then resurrection), the authors compressed the chronology from the time of Daniel to when Jesus was on earth by about 250 years, yet the Judaists had no Messiah appear on their concocted date, about 250 years after the fact, around the time that the Seder Olam Rabbah was written.