TH Spangler: The scriptures you reference concerning the temple of God can refer to either (1) the first century Jewish Temple, an end-time Jewish Temple (3) the body of Christian believers (1 Cor. 3:16). You are stipulating that all these texts reference an endtime temple. I would disagree.
Have you considered that Dan. 27 is simply recapitulating verse 26? I would suggest that verse 26 speaks of the 3.5 years of Christ's public ministry. At the end of his ministry he was cut-off or crucified. Assuming he was crucified at Passover in 30 AD as attested to by many non Catholic scholars, the verse then jumps to Passover 70 AD when Titus surrounded Jerusalem to begin his siege of the city. Precisely three and one half years earlier, the Jews repealed the Roman General, Cestius Gallus and his Roman army from Jerusalem in an astonishing defeat. The Jews then dwelt in the security of the city thinking they were invincible (see Rev. 12:6). But the wrath of God was simply being stored for the last half of Daniel's Seventieth Week for the end in 70 AD. Another 40 year wilderness experience?
Anyway, Dan. 9:27 simply recapitulates verse 26. The "he" in verse 27 is Christ, He makes a "firm" covenant with the Jews for 3.5 years. Instead of accepting him as Messiah, they crucified him (in other words, Christ's Atonement--in principle--put a stop to sacrifice and grain offerings in the Jewish Temple). The actual stoppage came in 70 AD when Titus desolated the physical temple in Jerusalem. Thus, both verses speaks of Daniel's 70th Week as two 3 1/2 year periods separated by a gap of time so a to make it a 40 year program.
I would strongly suggest that the Revelation tells the above story of this first century fulfillment of Daniel's 70th Week and takes it one step further. It also reveals a second (end-time) fulfillment of this same 40 year period. A recapitulation, so to speak, that follows the outline provided by Daniel 9:26-27.
OK, you guys can take me off to the funny farm now