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In this view, the "two thousand three hundred evenings and mornings" (Dan. Adventist writers have given two symbolic interpretations of the "daily": (1) the so-called old view, inherited from the Millerite movement, namely, that the "daily" means ancient Roman paganism; and (2) the so-called new view, also advocated by at least one unnamed Millerite writer but not adopted by the others, that the "daily" represents Christs priestly mediation in the heavenly sanctuary. Millers explanation of the "daily" soon drew fire from his opponents on two scores: (1) his chronology and (2) his identification. Millers colleagues generally accepted his identification of the "daily" but disagreed with his application of the number 666. The first article appeared in the Day-Dawn in 1845. 7, 1846, expressly stated that Daniels various references to the sanctuary as being cast down (Dan. "This politico-religious beast polluted the Sanctuary (Rev.
Well, what is it which hinders Popery from being revealed?
It was significant in relation to one of several attempts among the larger group of non-Sabbatarian Adventists-those who had abandoned the 1844 date-to find a new and later time reckoning for the 2300 years. Arnold opposed the 1850 expectation but appeared to echo some of the current Holy Land enthusiasm.
When he later did define it, he emphatically described "the daily, and the transgression of desolation" as "two desolating powers; the first paganism, then, Papacy" (Sermons, p. Other Adventist writers subsequently followed this interpretation, and Smith gave a more detailed exposition in Thoughts on Daniel and the Revelation. 8 in any Adventist periodical-an article by David Arnold (Present Truth ).