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  • Synthesis Essay: Nebuchadnezzar

    Through an investigation of the hermeneutical and archeological evidence available, Yamauchi argues that there is little reason to doubt that Daniel should be attributed to the sixth century B.C. Archaeological Background The main idea of this article is to reason that the available archaeological evidence testifies to a sixth century dating of the book of Daniel. First, Yamauchi explores the considerations given to Nebuchadnezzar. Here, the author brings into question the idea of the historical validity of a Babylonian campaign against Jerusalem. Yamauchi points to Wiseman’s observation that “the Chaldean Chronicles…indicate that Nebuchadnezzar claims to have conquered ‘all Hatti land,’ that is, Palestine, in 605, proving that an actual…

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  • Daniel Tribulation Period

    Daniel’s 70 weeks lay out God’s plan for the nation, Israel (see Daniel 9:24-27). According to most scholars within both the Dispensational and Covenantal camps, the Messiah (Jesus) is cut off (crucified) after the 7 and 62 (7+62=69) weeks. These are weeks of years, not days. Dispensationalists teach a parenthesis (2000-year gap) between the 69th and 70th week, which becomes the church age of grace, essentially starting from Christ’s resurrection and extending all the way until the rapture of…

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  • Ezekiel And Jeremiah: A Bible Study

    In a bloody battle with Necho’s Egyptian army in 605 BC, Prince Nebuchadnezzar the son of Nabopolassar, pushed the Egyptian army back across the river and claimed Judah to Babylon. After Nebuchadnezzar departed back to his homeland to ascend to the throne, Judah began to revolt against the Babylonian rule which called for the now King to return to suppress the trouble. Upon his return the King had completed many projects to remind Judah of whom their king was. One of the projects was to take…

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  • Belshazzar's Influence On Israel

    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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  • Daniel's Prophecies

    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 longer…

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  • Caiaphanes In The Son Of Man By John J. Collins

    Daniel utilizes a new introductory formula in this verse to focus the attention of the reader to the climax of the visions of the beasts. From this group of ten horns, comes up “another horn, a little one” which displaced three other horns. This little horn had “eyes like the eyes of a man, and a mouth speaking great things.” Nothing specifically is said about the nature of what is being said, however, within the Bible’s wisdom literature, through the eyes or speech of a person, their…

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  • City Of Glass Tim Quinn Character Analysis

    Throughout City of Glass, the identities of characters, and even the author, are unclear. The protagonist, Daniel Quinn, embarks on solving a mystery for his unknown employer, but as the plot unfolds, he becomes increasingly unsure of his own identity. Thus, while Auster initially presents his novel as a work of mystery focused on the secrets of the Stillman family, his novel ultimately tackles the uncertainty of identity. Tim O’Brien similarly writes In the Lake of the Woods as a seemingly…

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  • Typology In The Old Testament Analysis

    interpretation. (see 1 Cor. 5:7; John 1:29; 1 Peter 1:19) But what of typology in the Old Testament not officially sanctioned by the 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…

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  • Millennialism In Israel Analysis

    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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  • Moral And Religious Struggle In Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

    Daniel Defoe depicts his own moral and religious struggles through the character of Robinson Crusoe. Although it is arguable that “Robinson Crusoe” as a Conversion Narrative is problematic, there is evidence to suggest this novel was a personal expression of Defoe’s own spiritual and moral journey. Through Crusoe’s obsession with material objects, his relationship with Friday, and his embracing of isolation, Defoe depicts his own moral and religious dilemmas regarding aspects of his life such as…

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