Lauren (29 Nov 2011)
"re: Ted Porter "Rightly Dividing Daniel's 70 Weeks"

Hello Ted,
If your following quote is true; Yeshua/Jesus would have had to been born on 15 Tishri 3757 or September 14, 4BC, and John would have been preaching in the 'TWELFTH YEAR" of the reign of Tiberius.
"5 BC - Jesus Christ, Son of Man and the only begotten Son of God, the Word of God conceived through the power of the Holy Ghost (Tuesday, -4 February 20 Gr, -680352 MJ, 3756 Adar 14 He, MLC)"
If that was the case it would make Luke 3:1-2 A LIE!! 
Luke 3:1a... In the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, 2b...the word of God came to John the son of Zechariah in the wilderness.
The accession of Tiberius proved intensely awkward. After Augustus had been buried and deified, and his will read and honored, the Senate convened on 18 September 14 A.D. to inaugurate the new reign and officially "confirm" Tiberius as emperor.
If the Roman senate officially confirmed Tiberius as emperor on September 18, 14 AD which was 8 Tishri 3775 on the Hebraic calendar,  then the 15th year of Tiberius Caesar fell between September 18, 28 AD and September 18, 29 AD.
John the Baptist, whom by Hebraic 'Rabbinic protocol' could not begin "preaching" until his 30th birthday, which would have been on Passover 15 Nisan 3789 or April 15, 29 AD.
If Yeshua/Jesus was born 6 months after John the Baptist, he would have turned 30 years old on 15 Tishri 3790 or October 9, 29 AD
No matter how you cut it, 15 Tishri 3790 - 30 = 3760 or 1BC/1AD (no year 0) is Yeshua/Jesus birth date. John was born six months earlier on 15 Nisan 3759 or 2BC/1BC
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