This video is a slog, sorry. Still on how Matthew reconciles time from Abraham to Millennium, via Christ. Here, focus continues on how Matthew reconciles to the Temple's Time allotment, i.e., in Daniel 9. Link with Bible verses on the timeline: brainout.net/branoutFAQ.htm#6a . Bible verses plus reconciliation, actually; so you can track the timeline for accuracy or errors, via Bible.
Matthew is reconciling Temple time to show that theTemple the Temple depicts, Christ -- was scheduled to be born and tie, ALSO based on Temple Time. Temple Time started with the Exodus, but Israel was 40 years late getting into the Land. The Temple was supposed to be ON the Land, the year she left, which was 1010 years after the Flood, already 10 years later than 1000. That extra 10 years, was 'bought' by Joseph maturing, hence Exodus occurred 490 years after he was enslaved. So apparently Jacob's maturation, was 10 years late, hence the transfer of the time grant to Joseph (who also would have had to mature to get it).
So notice: Millennium should have begun 4200 from Adam. Temple should have been in the Land by the end of 2666 from Adam, which for math purposes we call 2667 (Adamic year starts six months prior to Exodus/Abrahamic year). So 2667+1533=4200. Autumnal equinox of that year begins Adamic 4201, but it's still 4200 Abrahamic (which begins six months later, on vernal equinox, Exo 12). So the Temple SHOULD have stood 1533 years (219 sevens). Christ actually dies on the 1470th anniversary of the Exodus (year 4136 from Adam's Fall), leaving a 'gap' in Temple Time, of 63 years (1533-1470). Matthew thus uses '476', as there is a 14 year gap (63-49, the latter being Temple Down time which cannot be made up). So the books balance, with 14 left to play, and that's why everyone expected the Temple to go down 40 years after Church began (i.e., why Magnificat ended with Christ age 56, assuming He wouldn't die early, but He did).
Confused? Yeah, it's complicated. Ask God to work the math in your head, so you can see it. That's what I did.
Even so, it's patent that Matthew writes in 30AD, because he's using 'years from' Malachi and Nehemiah, VIA the Daniel 9 count, which is 7 years SHORT. Since scholars misaccount Daniel 9 as lunar years, they don't see the shortness; but here in Matthew, anyone even calculating it wrongly, can tell 476 is 7 less than 483. Aha.
What's so astonishing, is that Matthew sets the tone for all NT dateline meters. I didn't know he was 'tagged' by everyone else. This is the beginning of the Anno Domini accounting in the NT, which helps us understand what year Christ was born and died, and how to adjust the Roman AUC. See John's Meter for how John plays the same math in his Gospel, 1John, and especially, Revelation. Total reconciliation of Time from Adam, just like Matthew is doing, here.
Related stuff to download, to follow the video:
brainout.net/MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).
brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls to see the Bible timeline Matthew uses for his meter.
File Name: MattMeter15.avi, 02/03/14.