Daniel- Everyman's Bible Commentary (Google eBook)

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Moody Publishers, Sep 8, 1985 - Religion - 176 pages
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Designed for laypeople, these commentaries deal seriously with the biblical text without being overly technical. Introductory information, doctrinal themes, problem passages, and practical applications are examined.
  

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User Review  - Clement - Christianbook.com

This book is under the "Everyman Bible Commentary" series and is designed for the layman. By avoiding technical jargon and writing in a simple manner, it actually fulfils its claim by expositing the ... Read full review

Review: Daniel, Everyman's Bible Commentary

User Review  - Franklin Fowler Jr. - Christianbook.com

One of many "references" in my library. Healthy views of many areas, but the brevity of the work is its greatest limitation. No "room" to do any exegesis. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
8
Introduction
9
1 TheTraining of Daniel in Babylon
21
2 Nebuchadnezzars Dream of the Great Image
36
3 Daniels Three Friends and the Fiery Furnace
53
4 Nebuchadnezzars Dream of the High Tree
62
5 Belshazzars Feast
70
6 Daniel in the Lions Den
81
7 The Four Kingdoms and the Little Horn
91
8 The Ram the Male Goat and the Little Horn
107
9 Daniels Prayer and the Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks
120
10 Daniels Final Vision of the Latter Days
136
Selected Bibliography
171
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About the author (1985)

JOHN C. WHITCOMB (A.B., Princeton University; B.D., Th.M., Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary) is a former President of the Board of Spanish World Gospel Missions Inc and also served as Professor of Theology and Old Testament at Grace Theological Seminary Winona Lake, Indiana for 49 years. He has lectured around the world and is the co-author of Daniel and Esther from the Everyman's Bible Commentary series, among other titles.

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