(VIDEO) Debunking a Popular Hebrew Roots’ Interpretation of “But as for that day and hour no one knows it” Matthew 24:36

Joel Richardson does a good job in challenging the oft-repeated claims by Hebrew Roots date-setters that Jesus did not literally mean when he said, “But as for that day and hour no one knows it.” It is claimed that this was a “Jewish idiom” in the first century that carried an opposite meaning of what Jesus literally said. Richardson thoroughly refutes this by showing that there is no evidence for this. Date-setters will go to any length to play around with what God says not to play around with—even making Jesus’ statement say the opposite of what he meant!

 

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