The Prophecies of Daniel and the Revelation

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Kessinger Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 828 pages
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Smith's study about the fulfillment of prophecy in the old and new testaments, the present and into the future is still relevant reading today. The Contents are divided into two sections: The Prophecies of Daniel and The Prophecies of the Revelation.

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The prophecies of Daniel and Revelation have been a long studied by Seventh-day Adventists and their precursors for almost 200 years; one of the most prominent writers was Uriah Smith during his long ... Read full review

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Smith's study represents a good, almost verse-by-verse commentary on the prophecies of Daniel and the Revelation. It is based on the time-proven, conditional-historicist method of prophetic interpretation. Smith's writing is heavy and a bit ponderous at times, but well worth the read. And in correction to one other review I found on this book, Smith does NOT indicate that Sunday worship is the mark of the beast. Read it for yourself and see.
Fred @ Urban Soul Connect

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