If the Judaists’ Seder Olam Rabbah Chronology is Accurate Then Messiah Not Expected for Over Two Hundred Years!


In having compressed the timeline of the inter-testament period of history by over two hundred years, the Judaists circa 300 a. d. who wrote the Seder Olam Rabbah succeeded in making it appear that the Messiah according to Daniel 9 would be born in their day (rather than when Jesus came into the world to die then resurrect), yet the side effect now is that the Judaists should be expecting the Messiah over two hundred years down the road (six thousand years after the Fall), but the urgent cries of many Jews these days for the Messiah help prove that it’s Jesus returning whom they actually await.