A novel look at God’s 7,000 year timeline

In this video, we look at the possibility of the seven days of Creation being aligned with a period of seven millennia. This view is known by many as God’s 7,000 year creation timeline. This view is based on the verse found in 2 Peter 3:8, “But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.”
The traditional view has a 2,000 year “church age” and the seventh millennia corresponding to the 7th day of rest. But what if 1,000 years were truly fabricated and added to our calendar a few centuries ago with the inception of the Gregorian calendar? What if the period of time known as the “dark ages” never really happened? How would this look on God’s 7,000 year timeline? Check out the video to find out!
Here’s a link to the playlist, “Changing times and laws: Has 1,000 been added to our calendar?”.

One thought on “A novel look at God’s 7,000 year timeline

  1. Hi I came across this topic of AD alteration – maybe. I’ll have to think about it some more. But there is a very real possibility that it is linked to the BC alteration and the longer chronology of the Greek Old Testament and the emendation of the Scriptures by the C2nd AD rabbis rejecting Jesus as the Messiah. Please consider my refutation of the Masoretic Text here https://www.dropbox.com/s/rxo3o2jh88iemz0/A_Response_to_Gail_Riplinger_re_The_Art_of_Deceit….pdf?dl=0

    Be careful also – the origins of the 7,000 years as often espoused in Christian Dispensationalist circles appears to stem from the rabbis/Talmudic literature. The real Creation date is not the Jewish 3761 BC as first formulated from the 160 AD Seder Olam Rabbah but around 5,500 years before Christ. Hope this helps.


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