Event Title

Chronology of the Events Zechariah 12-14

Presenter Information

Won Jin Jeon, Andrews University

Location

Buller Hall

Start Date

2-26-2016 2:30 PM

End Date

2-26-2016 4:00 PM

Description

In current scholarship, there is a lack of consensus on the timing of the specific events in Zechariah 12-14, with a focus on eschatological or sequential chronologies. Preliminary exegetical research has revealed many connections between the three chapters. For instance, the phrase b’yom ha’hu (“in that day”) occurs 17 times (versus four times in the rest of Zechariah). This concentrated usage closely interconnects the three chapters and suggests that the timeliness of all of the events is in close succession, or even concurrent. Further analysis will seek to establish a holistic view on the chronology of the events.

Acknowledgments

Dr. Rahel Schafer

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Feb 26th, 2:30 PM Feb 26th, 4:00 PM

Chronology of the Events Zechariah 12-14

Buller Hall

In current scholarship, there is a lack of consensus on the timing of the specific events in Zechariah 12-14, with a focus on eschatological or sequential chronologies. Preliminary exegetical research has revealed many connections between the three chapters. For instance, the phrase b’yom ha’hu (“in that day”) occurs 17 times (versus four times in the rest of Zechariah). This concentrated usage closely interconnects the three chapters and suggests that the timeliness of all of the events is in close succession, or even concurrent. Further analysis will seek to establish a holistic view on the chronology of the events.