The problem I have with this is that there is no prophecy saying this WILL happen, again. Or, that if you do these things God will do the same things he did before. This guy is saying this happened before and what is happening now is really similar so it all applies. I also think that it is a mistake to think that OT Jewish stuff is applicable to Christians. Christ changed it all, the relationship with God, everything. I can see why a Jewish Rabbi would believe it, but without a specific verse or passage that says it applies going forward, I dont think it does.
Predicted the arrival of the Messiah and also predicts his second coming.
Well for some reason Paul, from the tribe of Benjamin of the House of Jacob wrote the following: ICorinthians 10:11 Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples (examples): and they are written for our admonition, (warning) uponwhom the ends of the world (age) are come.
Paul begins this chapter talking about Moses.
Christ Himself described what would be the 'signs' events that would take place prior to His return. These events are recorded in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21.
I do not 'get' this notion that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob got replaced when He sent Christ to become the one and for all time blood sacrifice. The original plan is still the plan, except now we do not have to let blood to have forgiveness of our sins upon repentance.