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The prophet Daniel a key to the visions and prophecies of the Book of Daniel by Gaebelein, Arno Clemens

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Published by Publication Office "Our Hope" in New York .
Written in English


  • Bible. O.T. Daniel -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Bible -- Prophecies

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Statementby A.C. Gaebelein.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 228 p. ;
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23327671M

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The Book of Daniel with its great prophecies, both fulfilled and unfulfilled, is one of the most interesting portions of God s Holy Word. Before we follow this blessed book in a series of studies a few general remarks on Prophecy and its importance may be in order/5(11). One of the first rules in the study of the Book of Daniel is to remember that this Book is primarily and first of all a prophecy, dealing with things which still lie in the future, and that Daniel was primarily a prophet. Daniel should, therefore, be read and studied in connection with the last book of the Bible, the Revelation of Jesus Christ, given by the Holy Spirit to John/5(6). Daniel wrote the book of Daniel during the sixth century B.C. Because the book of Daniel contains so many detailed prophecies of things that happened centuries later, some skeptics have suggested that it is a fraud, written much later in history. But revealing the future is what God does. The Prophet Daniel, a key to the visions and prophecies of the Book of Daniel (). By: Arno C. Gaebelein: Arno Clemens Gaebelein (Aug minister in the United States of America.

  Daniel the prophet was the hero and traditional author of the book of Daniel. Daniel was a young man of Jewish nobility taken into captivity by Nebuchadnezzar in the third year of Jehoiakim and renamed Belteshazzar. Prophet Daniel was trained in the king's court and then elevated to a high rank in the Babylonian and Persian : Jack Zavada. (4) Shut up the words The revelation, which commenced in Daniel , now draws towards a close, and the prophet receives a further revelation respecting the time of the revelation continues to be called by the same name, "the words," as in Daniel ; and now the prophet is told that the book in which this revelation is written must be placed in a safe and sure place, for the. 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. The Book of Daniel, also called The Prophecy Of Daniel, a book of the Old Testament found in the Ketuvim (Writings), the third section of the Jewish canon, but placed among the Prophets in the Christian first half of the book (chapters 1–6) contains stories in the third person about the experiences of Daniel and his friends under Kings Nebuchadrezzar II, Belshazzar, Darius I, and.

The book Daniel the Prophet, by Noah W. Hutchings is such an easy book to read and to understand, even for a new Christian. It is written as though the reader is having a one on one conversation with Dr Hutchings. I have the feeling after reading this book that i just had a history lesson on Bible prophecy. - 5/5(5).   Author: The Book of Daniel identifies the Prophet Daniel as its author (Daniel ; ). Jesus mentions Daniel as the author as well (Matthew ). Date of Writing: The Book of Daniel was likely written between and B.C. Purpose of Writing: In B.C., Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon had conquered Judah and deported many of its inhabitants to Babylon – Daniel included. Susanna (Hebrew: שׁוֹשַׁנָּה, Modern: Šošana, Tiberian: Šôšannâ: "lily"), also called Susanna and the Elders, is a narrative included in the Book of Daniel (as chapter 13) by the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches. It is one of the additions to Daniel, considered apocryphal by is listed in Article VI of the 39 Articles of the Church of England among the books. In both the Greek version of the Septuagint and the Vulgate, the book of Daniel is mentioned as the fourth of the major prophets, after Ezekiel. The Hebrew includes it among the Ketubim (Writings), between Ezra and Esther, but only its protocanonical part (chap. ).Author: Antonio Fuentes.