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    The Book Of Daniel Essay

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    The Book of Daniel INTRODUCTION After reading different discussions and articles on the book of Daniel, this paper will compound the various information discovered concerning many different opinions and information regarding the book of Daniel. The various authors will be Jerry Sumney, Kathryn Lopez and NOAB bible, as well as information from the web. This will be a compilation of each author, thereby looking at the authorship, time era, and the audience. As well as events occurring and the language of the book of Daniel and other historical moments which had occurred along with overall theme. AUTHORSHIP The author of the book of Daniel is not stated according to Sumney, it is suggested that “it was composed during the second century, this…

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    Daniel – Reflection Every biblical character seems to have qualities that are good and bad, we can derive those qualities to apply it in our lives now. We all know Daniel for interpreting the dream of Nebuchadnezzar, and for his faithfulness demonstrated when was thrown in the lion’s den. But we need to understand the underlying qualities of Daniel, which made him the prophet he was. One of the main qualities of Daniel that caught my attention was that: - Daniel knew where to go for answers …

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    Daniel's Prophecies

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    the book of Daniel and his prophecies. Daniel ‘name means ‘God is my Judge. For instance, in Chapters 1, vs 17. The early prophecies in Daniel life. Chapters 2., 4, 5. The Prophetic Book will reveal how God uses dominion of other nations, adversity, pride to humble and bring all people back to him.. We will see how the remnant (the few) will continue in the faith and worship him in spirit and truth, the coming of Jesus Christ, and how Daniel explains to us about the kingdom, which will no…

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    Biblical Literary Analysis: Daniel The book of Daniel has been interpreted to have many different themes throughout history. Themes such as power, pride, principles, and convictions have been drawn from the text. However, two themes accurately portray Daniel’s life and his circumstances: God’s faithfulness to His followers through their captivity, and the revelation of His glory. It also has a vision of future redemption and hope. Chapters one through six are characterized by an autobiography…

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    known as, Belshazzar defiled items that belonged to the holy temple, they were drinking wine out of the goblets. God sent a warning to Belshazzar: A hand appeared and wrote a message on the wall., Daniel had to interpret the riddle. The interpretation was read as,” Mene, Tekel, Parsin. “Warning of Judgement: Belshazzar king kingdom would be divided between, Persian, Medes, and the prophecy will be fulfilled every night.” (FN) God had to deal with the disobedience of this leader and show his…

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    1:1; Jer. 46:2; Archer, A Survey of Old Testament Introduction, 364). Jeremiah claims Nebuchadnezzar’s reign began in Jehoiakim’s fourth year, whereas Daniel says it was Jehoiakim’s third. Furthermore, some critics point to the lack of historical verification for the siege of Jerusalem…

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    Daniel Chapter 4 Summary

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    Introduction Daniel chapter 4 holds an interesting position within the book of Daniel, as it is the only section that was authored by King Nebuchadnezzar. This is made clear from the opening of the chapter which clearly states, “King Nebuchadnezzar to all peoples.” Daniel chapter four is not a letter written to inspire a body of believers, it does not stand to describe battles fought on the battle field. Daniel four is a story. In fact, Daniel chapter four holds such significance because of the…

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    pastor before he preaches. Stay stand up say, Pastor Peterson, we going to read from the book of Daniel chapter 3 verses 1 through 5. After reading the verses, everybody says Amen! Sit down everyone said, Pastor Peterson... Preaching! The pastor explains Daniel was a teenager who had been taken captive and came to realize that God was miraculously working with him, and not only to preserve his life. God was revealing through him major prophecies of future world-ruling empires. Everyone…

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    New Testament writers? Many types of Christ found in the Old Testament are not specifically cited in the New Testament. Joseph, son of Jacob, is a classic example. Any internet search of Joseph/typology will give plenteous prolepses of Christ. The same hermeneutic that applies to types of Christ, may also apply to types of The Antichrist; whether specifically supported in the New Testament or not. One such supported type Antiochus Epiphanes. (Judas is another.) Christ clearly tied Antiochus…

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    In that view, the church replaces — or as they would say — “fulfills” — Israel. There is no further national program for Israel nor is there a future earthly kingdom lasting for 1000 years with Christ ruling from Jerusalem. This millennial (which means 1000 years) view is called Amillennialism (meaning: no literal millennium). I reject that view in favor of what’s called Premillennialism which basically says that Christ will return before the millennium to set up His 1000-year kingdom on earth.…

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