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Understanding Dan An Exegetical Study of a Biblical City, Tribe and Ancestor (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement) by Mark W. Bartusch

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Published by Continuum International Publishing Group .
Written in English


  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Old Testament,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Religion,
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Bible - Study - Old Testament,
  • Biblical Studies - Old Testament,
  • History,
  • Bible - Study - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages328
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8168729M
ISBN 100826466575
ISBN 109780826466570

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The prophecies of Daniel and Revelation hold answers for honest-hearted people seeking to understand the uncertainties of our time. Although the world may seem out of control, prophecy reveals a God who is still in control. And Mark Finley’s new book Understanding Daniel and Revelation contains the secrets to unlock these ancient predictions. Topics On Understanding the Book of Daniel. The Book of Daniel. The book of Daniel is one of the most significant prophetic books in the Bible. Its prophecies of world-ruling empires are closely related to Revelation. Daniel's Three Friends. Daniel’s friends Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-Nego served as advisers to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. Some dreams or visions, if they are symbolic in nature, require an interpretation. This unique book "Daniel: Understanding the Dreams and Visions" unlocks and explains the structure and mysteries of the prophecies in the book of Daniel. It reveals the keys that the prophet Daniel has presented to . The purpose of the book of Daniel In the book of Daniel the scriptures foretell how the Lord will deal with the people of Daniel (the Jews) and the Gentile nations. Through a series of dreams and visions and their interpretations Daniel is shown an outline of future Kingdoms of the world. The book is not written like a history book.

Daniel who through the book received revelations from God. Daniel bridges the entire 70 years of the Babylonian captivity from ( to B.C.; compare and ). Nine of the 12 chapters relate revelation through dreams and visions. Daniel was God's mouthpiece to the Gentile and Jewish world, declaring God's current and future plans. Understanding Daniel and Revelation. Your invitation to Adventure! "When the books of Daniel and Revelation are better understood, believers will have an entirely different religious experience. They will be given such glimpses of the open gates of heaven that heart and mind will be impressed with the character that all must develop in order to realize the blessedness which is to be the reward of the . two books focus almost entirely on symbolic representa-tions; these are Daniel and The Revelation. Written centuries apart, we nonetheless see that they actually compose one book, each helping to explain the other in a way that only an omnipotent God could do. There is a choice to be made by every person living on. This book investigates the Dan/Danite tradition in the Hebrew Bible to determine not only what the Bible tells us about Dan, but also how far traditions about the territory, city, ancestor and tribe may have influenced each :

This final chapter of the book of Daniel focuses on end-time prophecy—events that will occur just before and after Jesus Christ returns to earth. Satan had tried to keep Daniel from understanding the visions he had received and thus prevent God’s truth from being revealed!   Both the ancient Hebrews to whom Daniel was writing and the ancient Babylonians to whom he was subservient (the Book of Daniel having been written in Babylon during the latter half of the 6th century BC) used a day year. So, years x days = , days. Absolutely not, it is not necessary. In fact the vast majority of our questions in regards to the book of Daniel can be found by referencing the book of Revelation as well as other books of the Bible. However, Revelation is typically understood by studying the prophecies of Daniel and not the other way round. is a history book, it tells the past—but like no other history book—it tells the present and future just as clearly. Although prophecy is scattered all through the Bible, two books focus almost entirely on symbolic representations; these are Daniel and The Revelation. Written centuries apart, we nonetheless see that they actually compose one book.