This End Times Deception study features a video explaining the fulfillment of the 70th week of Daniel.
I agree with this Pastor about most of his teaching in this video, but he and most Seventh Day Adventists get some key concepts wrong.
Though his explanation of the fulfillment of the 70th week of Daniel is correct, his proclamation that 1 day in prophecy always points to 1 year is not correct.
The Millerites, who were the predecessors to the SDA Church, proclaimed that Messiah would return in 1844 A.D.
Obviously that didn’t happen, but instead of recognizing their error, they simply proclaimed that Messiah started His ‘Investigative Judgment’ in 1884, which means that He has been at that for over 172 years.
The 2,300 days of Daniel 8 does not represent 2,300 years, and the fulfillment did not start at the same time as the 70 weeks of Daniel.
The 2,300 Days Of Daniel 8 was fulfilled as 2,300 days, when:
Antiochus Epiphanes, the vile person, surrounded Jerusalem with his armies (the abomination of desolation) and killed 10’s of thousands of Jews. They defiled the sanctuary and caused the daily sacrifice to be taken away for 2,300 days (Daniel 8:14). His persecution of the Jews began in 171 B.C. and the temple was cleansed on December 25, 165 B.C., which is 2,300 days.
One day in prophecy does not always point to one year.