and on the temple shall be the abomination and desolations
That's much closer to the LXX wording, except bdelugma tón erémóseón is "abomination of (the) desolations", not "abomination and desolations".
It is ironic that Reckart says:
To make Jesus the antichrist is beyond honesty and integrity.
As it turns out, turning v. 27 into a reference to Jesus is doing just that...identifying the antichrist figure in Daniel with Jesus. Historically, Antiochus IV Epiphanes was the man who invaded Jerusalem, profaned the Temple and banned daily sacrifice and oblation, as well as placing the "abomination of desolation" on the altar (cf. 1 Maccabees 1:54). This was the name of a very specific and infamous object placed in the Temple. It had nothing to do with Jesus...who came almost two centuries after the abomination was removed from the Temple.
The person who "does away with daily sacrifice" is described in further detail in ch. 11...it is most definitely not Jesus, unless Jesus "obtains the kingdom by deceitful means" (11:21; LXX), or "exalts and magnifies himself against every god, and speaks great swelling words" (11:36; LXX). Does that really sound like Jesus to you? Because that's the guy who brought an end to sacrifice and oblation, according to Daniel. And just as in ch. 11, Daniel 9:26-27 refers to the cessation of sacrifice and oblation as occuring during a war: "and to the end he will be fought from war" (kai heós kairou sunteleias apo polemou poleméthésetai). Compare Daniel 11:31-33: "Forces from him will arise, desecrate the sanctuary fortress, and do away with the regular sacrifice. And they will set up the abomination of desolation. By smooth words he will turn to godlessness those who act wickedly toward the covenant, but the people who know their God will display strength and take action. Those who have insight among the people will give understanding to the many; yet they will fall by sword and by flame, by captivity and by plunder for many days". Yep, that's the Jesus I want to worship, a warrior wretch who blasphemes God, plunders and kills those who remain faithful to God. After all, this person must be Jesus since he is said to bring sacrifice to an end and because he desolates the Temple. Who else could it be?
Hmm, I wonder who puts and end to that desolation???
The word shmm means either "desolator" (referring to Antiochus) or "desolation" (referring to the abomination on the altar). In the case of the former, Daniel discusses the ignomious end to Antiochus in 11:45 ("He will come to his end with no one to help him") whereas the end to the abomination of desolation and the rededication of the Temple is described in 1 Maccabees 4:34-59.