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  1. Between the Testaments Dan. 8:3-8

  2. 3 Then I lifted my eyes and saw, and there, standing beside the river, was a ram which had two horns, and the two horns were high; but one was higher than the other, and the higher one came up last. 4 I saw the ram pushing westward, northward, and southward, so that no animal could withstand him; nor was there any that could deliver from his hand, but he did according to his will and became great. 5 And as I was considering, suddenly a male goat came from the west, across the surface of the whole earth, without touching the ground; and the goat had a notable horn between his eyes. 6 Then he came to the ram that had two horns, which I had seen standing beside the river, and ran at him with furious power.

  3. 7 And I saw him confronting the ram; he was moved with rage against him, attacked the ram, and broke his two horns. There was no power in the ram to withstand him, but he cast him down to the ground and trampled him; and there was no one that could deliver the ram from his hand. 8 Therefore the male goat grew very great; but when he became strong, the large horn was broken, and in place of it four notable ones came up toward the four winds of heaven. Dan. 8:3-8

  4. The Old Testament Ends

  5. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine

  6. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls

  7. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land

  8. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians

  9. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins

  10. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins • The world ruled by Rome

  11. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins • The world ruled by Rome • Many new and “strange” entities

  12. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins • The world ruled by Rome • Many new and “strange” entities • Tax collectors

  13. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins • The world ruled by Rome • Many new and “strange” entities • Tax collectors • Synagogues

  14. The Old Testament Ends • The Jews in Palestine • Rebuilt Temple, worship & walls • A remnant in the Promised Land • The world ruled by the Persians • The New Testament Begins • The world ruled by Rome • Many new and “strange” entities • Tax collectors • Synagogues • Herodians, Sadducees, Pharisees, etc.

  15. The Periods Between the Testaments • The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • The Independence Period (167-63 B.C.) • The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1).

  16. The Periods Between the Testaments • The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.)

  17. The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • Jews returned to Palestine

  18. The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • Jews returned to Palestine • Persian rulers were generally tolerant

  19. The Periods Between the Testaments • The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.)

  20. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great

  21. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece

  22. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians

  23. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India

  24. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom

  25. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33

  26. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33 • “Let the strong rule”

  27. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33 • “Let the strong rule” • Divided into four “sub-kingdoms”

  28. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33 • “Let the strong rule” • Divided into four “sub-kingdoms” • The Ptolemy rulers in Egypt

  29. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33 • “Let the strong rule” • Divided into four “sub-kingdoms” • The Ptolemy rulers in Egypt • Septuagint, synagogues, etc.

  30. The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • Alexander the Great • Came swiftly from Greece • Defeated the Persians • Conquered the world as far as India • The division of the Grecian kingdom • Alexander died at age of 33 • “Let the strong rule” • Divided into four “sub-kingdoms” • The Ptolemy rulers in Egypt • Septuagint, synagogues, etc. • The Seleucid rulers in Syria

  31. The Periods Between the Testaments • The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • The Independence Period (167-63 B.C.)

  32. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes

  33. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt

  34. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple

  35. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt

  36. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple

  37. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple • United the civil and priesthood rule

  38. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple • United the civil and priesthood rule • Grecian influence in Jerusalem

  39. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple • United the civil and priesthood rule • Grecian influence in Jerusalem • Gymnasium at foot of temple

  40. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple • United the civil and priesthood rule • Grecian influence in Jerusalem • Gymnasium at foot of temple • Revolt of devout Jews

  41. The Independence Period (167-63 BC) • Antiochus Epiphanes • Seleucid ruler who defeated Egypt • Desecrated the temple • The Maccabean Revolt • Judas Maccabeus purified the temple • United the civil and priesthood rule • Grecian influence in Jerusalem • Gymnasium at foot of temple • Revolt of devout Jews • Political/religious unrest

  42. The Periods Between the Testaments • The Persian Period (536-332 B.C.) • The Grecian Period (332-167 B.C.) • The Independence Period (167-63 B.C.) • The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1).

  43. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey

  44. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews

  45. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler

  46. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler • The son instituted tax collectors

  47. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler • The son instituted tax collectors • Remodeled the temple

  48. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler • The son instituted tax collectors • Remodeled the temple • Supported by the Herodians

  49. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler • The son instituted tax collectors • Remodeled the temple • Supported by the Herodians • Rejected by the Zealots

  50. The Roman Period (63 B.C. to Matt. 1) • Palestine conquered by Pompey • Appointed Antipater as ruler of Jews • Antipater’s son, Herod, became ruler • The son instituted tax collectors • Remodeled the temple • Supported by the Herodians • Rejected by the Zealots • The visit of the wise men from the east