Book of Daniel


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an Old Testament book that tells of the apocalyptic visions and the experiences of Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar

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Di Lella, The Anchor Bible--The Book of Daniel (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1978) pp.
Scheetz (biblical and exegetical studies and Old Testament languages and literature, Tyndale Theological Seminary, the Netherlands) begins by reviewing the scholarship on intertextuality, canon criticism, and biblical studies and then sets out the three approaches to interpreting the Book of Daniel.
Now, those acquainted with the Book of Daniel will know that it was Belshazzar, the Prince of Babylon, for whom the writing was, quite literally, on the wall.
After studying the Old Testament's Book of Daniel, he concluded the key date would fall 1260 years after the foundation of the Holy Roman Empire in western Europe in 800AD.
The story is taken from the Book of Daniel and centres on Belshazzar, the Babylonian King who was an oppressor of the Jews living in exile in his country.
McKissic, pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas, put forth slim evidence for the assertion, citing a murky passage in the eleventh chapter of the Book of Daniel.
Proclamation in Cross-cultural Context: Missiological Implications of the Book of Daniel.
This small volume also includes a chapter on the importance of the book of Daniel for the Dead Sea sect.
Having to some degree overcome my disappointment at the cancellation of "The Book of Daniel," I need to comment on Fr.
Jack Kenny, creator of NBC's short-lived ``The Book of Daniel,'' said his controversial show, which also included a young gay male character, was yanked off the air after just four episodes (six were shot in all) after being relegated to a Friday night time slot where it suffered low ratings.
After airing just four episodes, NBC dropped its new series, The Book of Daniel, amid dismal ratings and growing protests from upset Christians.
The Book of Daniel, he told Leggett, predicts that increased earthly devastation will mark the "End Time" and return of Christ.
And then came Babylon, the mythic Biblical city, rebuilt in about 600BC by King Nebuchadnezzar, who sacked Jerusalem and drove the Jews into exile, described in great and lurid detail in the Biblical Book of Daniel and The Book of Revelation.
He based his calculations on a complex translation of every word of the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament.
5) The implications of the research were, however, not purely linguistic, since they related closely to the book of Daniel and bore directly on the question of the arguments for the late (second century B.