A Commentary on Daniel

by Leon Wood

Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers

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ISBN 10157910133X
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The Book of Daniel is a 2nd-century BCE biblical apocalypse with an ostensible 6th century setting, combining a prophecy of history with an eschatology (a portrayal of end times) both cosmic in scope and political in focus. It gives "an account of the activities and visions of Daniel, a noble Jew exiled at Babylon", and its message is that just as the God of Israel saves Daniel from his. The Book of Daniel - (part exposition) Web Page by Sam Storms. The Seventy Weeks of Daniel -- An Interpretation of Daniel Commentary on Daniel Vol. 2. PDF by John Calvin. Daniel’s Prophecy of the Seventy Sevens - Daniel Web Page by Dean Davis. Daniel's 70 Weeks. F. Daniel is the foundation to the book of Revelation. G. The book of Daniel bridges the period between the Old Testament and the New Testament [ years of silence otherwise]. H. Daniel is prophecy. I. In the K’thubhim (one of 5 later writings) J. Daniel is a philosophy of history. K. Daniel is the greatest book in the Bible on the subject. Daniel. In the Book of Daniel , 17, 23 there are three references to the class of "watcher, holy one" (watcher, Aramaic `iyr; holy one, Aramaic qaddiysh).The term is introduced by Nebuchadnezzar who says he saw "a watcher, a holy one come down (singular verb) from heaven."He describes how in his dream the watcher says that Nebuchadnezzar will eat grass and be mad and that this punishment.

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Three of the Best Commentaries on the Book of Daniel. Read Daniel commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Daniel and more. Jerome's commentary on Daniel is A Commentary on Daniel book reading by anyone who seeks to understand the way the church has historically interpreted the book of Daniel.

Jerome's commentary is very balanced and avoids some of the more fanciful allegorical exegesis of his contemporaries. He seeks to understand the text of Daniel in a historical-grammatical way Cited by: 5. Purpose: “This commentary on Daniel is a serious painstaking work by one of the foremost of contemporary Old Testament scholars.

It is ably designed to meet the needs of pastors, students, and all those seeking a better understanding of Scripture. A Commentary on the Book of Daniel - by Cooper Abrams Only the two tribes of Judah and Benjamin remained in Canaan before the Babylonian captivity.

The ten northern tribes called Israel had been taken into captivity approximately B.C. This left only the two southern tribes called Judah in the land of Israel. Daniel is the only prophet who mentions “the prince of Persia” and “the prince of Greece.”2 Daniel’s prayer of confession was pivotal to the end of the Babylonian captivity and the return of the remnant to Jerusalem.3 J.

Sidlow Baxter, in Exploring the Book states: “For sheer interest this Book of Daniel surely. The Book of Revelation could not be understood apart from the Book of Daniel. (Revelation chapters ), is a commentary on the events of Daniel's "seventieth week" (Daniel ).

It served as a book of encouragement to the Babylonian exiles, whose hearts were no doubt lightened by Daniel's predictions of the ultimate triumph of Israel over. The experts do A Commentary on Daniel book that he takes an unusual view of the visions in the early part of the book, suggesting they are pseudonymous quasi-prophecy.

(Amazon, Westminster Books) Tremper Longman – Daniel (NIV Application Commentary). Longman has written a long list of commentaries and also maintains a very helpful Old Testament Commentary Survey. (Commentaries For Biblical Expositors - excellent resource) (Bolding added for emphasis) (Ed comment: It is indeed a sad paradox that in a clearly prophetic book like Daniel, the writer of a commentary on Daniel would be assessed as "weak in eschatology." And yet Young's work on Daniel is the #1 ranked commentary by Ligonier Ministries.

Author and Time of Writing The book of the prophet Daniel (hebr. = my God is judge) owes its name to the main character. Daniel, as many other authors of the antiquity and the Bible, writes of himself in the third person throughout the first part of the book.

From chapter onwards (in the second part) he writes of himself in the first person. A Commentary on the Book of Daniel - Nebuchadnezzar 's Dream The Prophecy of the Coming World Empires Daniel - by Cooper Abrams.

Daniel began this book in Hebrew, but in is changes to Aramaic and continues in this language until chapter 7 where he returns to Hebrew. Aramaic was a language made up of a number of languages spoken.

The book of Daniel focuses on the sovereign hand of God in human history. The Lord's power exceeds that of the world's greatest empires, and his loving care for his people is unmatched on Earth. Stephen R. Miller's commentary on Daniel is based on a thorough but reverent analysis of.

The Book of Daniel - Study #1 - Includes an introduction to the entire Book of Daniel and verse by verse commentary on Daniel Chapters 1 & 2.

Almost everyone. Get Book. Book Description: Daniel Notes by Greg Hinnant, Daniel Notes Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Daniel Notes books, An Inspirational Commentary on the Book of Daniel This inspirational exposition on the Book of Daniel will enable you to grasp biblical truths that are relevant in today's world.

Commentaries on Daniel. A list of the best commentaries on Daniel ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.

You can find the best commentary on Daniel for 85%(10). The chapter concludes with the distress of Daniel on account of the fearful judgments with which his country should be visited in after ages, Daniel Verse 1 In the third year of the reign of - Belshazzar - We now come once more to the Hebrew, the Chaldee part of the book being finished.

Daniel A Commentary will provide you with greater insight and understanding into the Old Testament book of Daniel. However, this insight is heavily biased toward historical and social considerations, with scant emphasis on broad themes, exegesis, or what the text “really means.”Cited by: 2.

Daniel. Commentaries which would help in your study are The Prophecy of Daniel by Edward J. Young and the volume on Daniel in the Commentary on the Old Testament by C.F. Keil and F. Delitzsch. For a short summary of Daniel, Hailey’s Comments, Vol. I, by Homer Hailey will prove helpful. Enjoy your study.

Gene TaylorFile Size: KB. Book of Daniel Bible Study Commentary Chapter 1. Daniel Chapter 1 Lesson: Stranded in Babylon [1]. by I Gordon. Background. The book of Daniel was written by, well, Daniel, around B.C.

Daniel identifies himself as the author of the book in Daniel and Jesus also identified him in Matt   A must read for anyone studying Daniel. Jerome's commentary is the earliest Christian commentary on the book of Daniel, and it is a defense of Daniel against the skeptic Porphyry.

Jerome defends the late date and authenticity of Daniel, as well as the traditional Christian interpretation of /5. The prophecies found in the book of Daniel are the key to unlocking all biblical prophecy. The prophet Daniel explained the past and the future of Israel and all Gentile nations according to the plan and purposes of God and his revelations do so with such incredible accuracy that he has silenced many a biblical skeptic throughout history.

The Book of Daniel is one of the Bible's richest-full of astounding historical events and prophetic visions that for centuries have helped readers realize God's plan for mankind and His covenant commentary and workbook, the result of several seasons. The Book of Daniel has been a battlefield between conservative and liberal scholars for years, and much of the controversy has had to do with the dating of the writing of the book.

Porphyry, a heretic in the third century A.D. declared that the Book of Daniel was a forgery written during the time of Antiochus Epiphanes and the Maccabees. Book of Daniel — between the third year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, about B.C.

and the first year of Cyrus, about B.C. HIS MESSAGE: Daniel was the prophet of “the times of the Gentiles” (see Luke ). The major portion of his prophecies were directly concerned with the. Download A Short Commentary On The Book Of Daniel Book For Free in PDF, EPUB. In order to read online A Short Commentary On The Book Of Daniel textbook, you need to create a FREE account.

Read as many books as you like (Personal use) and Join Over Happy Readers. We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. !!!. TheBookOfDaniel. ChapterOne. The!book!opens!with!the!firstdeportationof!Jews!to!Babyloniancaptivity!(B.C.),!andthe. Daniel Book Introduction.

Discover practical insights into the Book of Daniel. You'll find David Jeremiah's introduction to the Book of Daniel on page of The Jeremiah Study Bible. Read. The Wonder of God's Preparation Daniel 1. God's preparation of a person is a thing of wonder.

It was so in Daniel's life, and it is so in our own. Daniel’s prayer, and the vision of the seventy weeks - d. Daniel’s vision of the time of the end - CONCLUSION 1. As with all of Scripture, the book of Daniel is profitable for our study - 2 Ti a.

From Daniel and his three friends, we will learn the power of faith and commitment b. The following table is from Tony Garland's recommended free online commentary on Daniel (see also his in depth verse by verse commentary on the book of the Revelation, one of the best evangelical commentaries available - A Testimony of Jesus Christ A Testimony of Jesus Christ).

Note that Dr Garland chooses Daniel's "starting age" as 14yo but. Daniel He shall speak great words against the Most High — Symmachus reads, He shall speak great words, as the Most High; “setting himself above all laws, divine and human: arrogating to himself godlike attributes, and titles of holiness and infallibility; exacting obedience to his ordinances and decrees, in preference to, and in open violation of, reason and Scripture; insulting men.

Persons named Daniel (“God has judged”) are mentioned in Babylonian records and in the Bible elsewhere. For instance, a signer of Nehemiah’s covenant in B.C.E. was a priest by the name of Daniel (Nehemiah ).A Jewish oracle‑monger of the same name may or may not have lived in Babylon at the time of King Nebuchadnezzar.

Yet it is probable that the name of the hero of the Book .Daniel Removed to Babylon (Genesis )1 In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon came to Jerusalem and besieged it.

2 And the Lord delivered into his hand Jehoiakim king of Judah, along with some of the articles from the house of God.

He carried these off to the land of Shinar, a to the house of his god, where he put them into the treasury.Comprehensive, accessible, and fully illustrated--this commentary on Daniel is a must-have resource.

You want a deeper understanding of the Scriptures, but the notes in your study Bible don't give you enough depth or insight. This commentary was created with you in mind.