There are three possibilities: (I) he may have known the Book of Daniel, but not have seen fit to use it; (2) he may have known about the man Daniel, ...
Author: Robert Dick Wilson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
With thoroughness Wilson tackles some of the questions raised regarding the historical statements in the Book of Daniel. The authenticity of Daniel has been doubted or disparaged for a variety of reasons. No one person has examined in more detail the claims of those who point out the ÒflawsÓ in Daniel than did Robert Dick Wilson. Each of the eighteen chapters in his first book deals with a separate allegation, and with characteristic thoroughness he defends the book against its critics. In the second volume Wilson deals forthrightly with the relationship of Daniel to the canon of the Old Testament, discussing the apocalypses and date of Daniel, and then significantly measuring the influence, background, and prophecies of Daniel. Wilson discusses the principles underlying the objections leveled at the book of Daniel. He states each principle along with the assumptions on which it is based, lists reasons why the assumptions are false, and finally draws conclusions from the discussion. Readers will appreciate the expertly prepared indexes.
Le Livre du Prophète Daniel ( The Book of the prophet Daniel ) , 2 vols . , 2 parts each . Paris : Thorin , 1888. Vol . 1 , Part 1 , xiv + 434 pp .; Vol .
Author: Henry O. Thompson
'Book of Daniel' An Annotated Bibliography, This volume is one of a series of bibliographies on the books of the Bible. This is the first volume of the series of bibliographies described in the series introduction, in this case on the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament (OT) or the Hebrew Scriptures fTanakh).Scholars for these bibliographies have been drawn from across the Judeo-Christian perspective as well as across doctrinal perspectives. These bibliographies should be of value to students and faculty, to laity and professional, to religious and academic groups, for undergraduate and graduate study. They should serve a significant role as reference works in libraries for the public, the university, and religious groups, as well as individuals.
Vol . 2 , Von Ezechiel bis Middot . Leiden : E. J. Brill , 1970 and 1980 . Calvin , John . Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel . 2 vols .
Author: Winfried Vogel
Publisher: Peter Lang
This unique study of the theology of the book of Daniel examines the cultic motif within the book as it relates to space and time. Numerous references and allusions to cult are investigated with linguistic, literary, and contextual analyses. The findings are then related to the main theological themes of the book such as judgment, eschatology, kingdom, and worship. It is evident that the idea of cult plays a dominant role in Daniel, and that it demonstrates the intention of the author to present the issue of conflict of two opposing systems of cult and worship. For all who are interested in an exegesis of Daniel that pays dutiful attention to the theology of Daniel, The Cultic Motif in the Book of Daniel is a must-read.
Author: Michael Kenneth WilsonPublish On: 2020-12-21
“Prayers and Dreams: Power and Diaspora Identities in the Social Setting of the Daniel Tales.” In The Book of Daniel: Composition and Reception 2 vols, ...
Author: Michael Kenneth Wilson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
A world in which the lives of people are threatened and controlled either by an unpredictable megalomaniac or by a cold, unyielding legal system. A world of political skulduggery. A world in which people experience a personal identity crisis and the rejection of their values and beliefs. A world in which they face intimidation and bullying and an intense pressure to conform. A world of ominous dreams and life-threatening situations. Sound familiar? This book will help you to negotiate your way through such a world because it is the very world which confronted Daniel and his friends.
Author: Willem A. VanGemerenPublish On: 2010-06-01
'The Neo-Babylonian Historical Setting for Daniel 7." AUSS 24 (1986): 31-36. Wilson, Robert Dick. Studies in the Book of Daniel. 2 vols. 1917-18. Reprint.
Author: Willem A. VanGemeren
The diversity of prophetic voices in the Bible provides a message that is rich and variegated. But the variety of the testimony can be lost by limiting one's interpretations or application of the prophetic word. Interpreting the Prophetic Word helps readers understand the harmony of the voices that reveal God's purposes in redemptive history. Dr. Willem VanGemeren explains clearly and fully the background of the prophetic tradition. He then interprets the message of the major and minor prophets, using historical context and literary form and structure as tools in his analysis. He concludes with an explanation of the relevance of the prophetic word today. Dr. VanGemeren's extensive research and scholarship is presented in a readable way to unlock the door of prophecy for readers. He helps them to interpret prophecy and invites them to listen to the prophets and to lives the prophetic word.
Fabre d'Envieu, J. Le Livre du Prophète Daniel. 2 vols. Paris: Thoren, 1888–91. Fawcett, Thomas. Symbolic Language of Religion. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1971.
Author: André LaCocque
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
This is the second edition of a 1979 commentary on the book of Daniel. The commentary is completely revised, and the introduction in particular is here much extended and addresses fundamental questions regarding the book of Daniel and the apocalyptic movement it inaugurates (with 1 Enoch). Daniel is an indispensable trove and reference about issues like the apocalyptic vision of world's periodized history, the notion of Son of Man, messianism without a messiah, the belief in resurrection, the kingdom of God, the centrifugal spread of divine revelation, and the positive role of the Jewish diaspora. This edition is meant for scholars, college and university researchers, and students of the Bible (of the Old Testament and New Testament) in general.
11:2—35a), is marked by the phrase “for it will still come at the appointed time” ... Note also R. D. Wilson, Studies in the Book of Daniel, 2 vols.
Revised edition. Volume 2 of 5. The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible has been a classic Bible study resource for more than thirty years. Now thoroughly revised, this new five-volume edition provides up-to-date entries based on the latest scholarship. Beautiful full-color pictures supplement the text, which includes new articles in addition to thorough updates and improvements of existing topics. Different viewpoints of scholarship permit a wellrounded perspective on significant issues relating to doctrines, themes, and biblical interpretation. The goal remains the same: to provide pastors, teachers, students, and devoted Bible readers a comprehensive and reliable library of information. • More than 5,000 pages of vital information on Bible lands and people • More than 7,500 articles alphabetically arranged for easy reference • Hundreds of full-color and black-and-white illustrations, charts, and graphs • 32 pages of full-color maps and hundreds of black-and-white outline maps for ready reference • Scholarly articles ranging across the entire spectrum of theological and biblical topics, backed by the most current body of archaeological research • 238 contributors from around the world
32 Josephus, Antiquities 1.11.2. 33 Robert Dick Wilson, Studies in the Book of Daniel, 2 vols. (vol. 1: New York: Putnam, 1917; vol. 2: New York: Revell, ...
Author: John F Walvoord
Publisher: Moody Publishers
The book of Daniel is key to the entire Old Testament prophetic revelation. Who better to help you understand Daniel's stories, prophecies, and dreams—and give you a brighter hope for things to come—than John F. Walvoord, one of evangelicalism's most prominent leaders, and Charles Dyer, a Bible professor and expert on Israel? In this second work of a renewed series of commentaries, Dr. Walvoord addresses alleged historical inaccuracies and considers past and future fulfillments of specific prophecies. At key points different views and approaches to interpretation are explored. Walvoord devotes special attention to textual and doctrinal issues while avoiding technical language. Refined, updated with the English Standard Version (ESV), and streamlined, this classic text is set to help you understand and interpret the book of Daniel and gain a better grasp of what the future may bring.
Daniel 2 contributed to important facets of Jesus' proclamation of the kingdom of God.” Before turning to Jesus, it will be useful to review the use of ...
This is the second volume to appear (following Writing and Reading the Scroll of Isaiah. Studies of an Interpretative Tradition) in the collection The Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, part of the series Supplements to Vetus Testamentum. Further volumes in preparation on the composition and reception of Old Testament books include Genesis, Leviticus, Kings, Psalms, and Proverbs. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.
Byington, S. T. “Hebrew Marginalia iii.” JBL 64 (1945): 339–55. Calvin, J. Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel. 2 vols. Translated by T. Myers.
Author: Dr. John Goldingay
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
The Word Biblical Commentary delivers the best in biblical scholarship, from the leading scholars of our day who share a commitment to Scripture as divine revelation. This series emphasizes a thorough analysis of textual, linguistic, structural, and theological evidence. The result is judicious and balanced insight into the meanings of the text in the framework of biblical theology. These widely acclaimed commentaries serve as exceptional resources for the professional theologian and instructor, the seminary or university student, the working minister, and everyone concerned with building theological understanding from a solid base of biblical scholarship. Overview of Commentary Organization Introduction--covers issues pertaining to the whole book, including context, date, authorship, composition, interpretive issues, purpose, and theology. Each section of the commentary includes: Pericope Bibliography--a helpful resource containing the most important works that pertain to each particular pericope. Translation--the author's own translation of the biblical text, reflecting the end result of exegesis and attending to Hebrew and Greek idiomatic usage of words, phrases, and tenses, yet in reasonably good English. Notes--the author's notes to the translation that address any textual variants, grammatical forms, syntactical constructions, basic meanings of words, and problems of translation. Form/Structure/Setting--a discussion of redaction, genre, sources, and tradition as they concern the origin of the pericope, its canonical form, and its relation to the biblical and extra-biblical contexts in order to illuminate the structure and character of the pericope. Rhetorical or compositional features important to understanding the passage are also introduced here. Comment--verse-by-verse interpretation of the text and dialogue with other interpreters, engaging with current opinion and scholarly research. Explanation--brings together all the results of the discussion in previous sections to expose the meaning and intention of the text at several levels: (1) within the context of the book itself; (2) its meaning in the OT or NT; (3) its place in the entire canon; (4) theological relevance to broader OT or NT issues. General Bibliography--occurring at the end of each volume, this extensive bibliography contains all sources used anywhere in the commentary.
, 14, 17, 18 —» 8:7–8); (2) the catastrophic stumbling (ודכלנו ושקונו ורבשנו ... For the former, see Mason, “Themes in the Book of Daniel,” 91 (Isa 28:10 ...
Author: Eric F. Mason
These essays honor James C. VanderKam on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday and twentieth year on the faculty of the University of Notre Dame. Essays from an international group of scholars address various topics in Second Temple Judaism and biblical studies.
Leicester/Grand Rapids: IVP/Eerdmans, 1978. (The best conservative exegetical treatment) Calvin, J. Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel. 2 vols.
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
A companion series to the acclaimed Word Biblical Commentary.Finding the great themes of the books of the Bible is essential to the study of God’s Word and to the preaching and teaching of its truths. These themes and ideas are often like precious gems: they lie beneath the surface and can only be discovered with some difficulty. While commentaries are useful for helping readers understand the content of a verse or chapter, they are not usually designed to help the reader to trace important subjects systematically within a given book a Scripture. The Word Biblical Themes series helps readers discover the important themes of a book of the Bible. This series distills the theological essence of a given book of Scripture and serves it up in ways that enrich the preaching, teaching, worship, and discipleship of God’s people.Volumes in this series:• Written by top biblical scholars• Feature authors who wrote on the same book of the Bible for the Word Biblical Commentary series• Distill deep and focused study on a biblical book into the most important themes and practical applications of them• Give reader’s an ability to see the “big picture” of a book of the Bible by understanding what topics and concerns were most important to the biblical writers• Help address pressing issues in the church today by showing readers see how the biblical writers approached similar issues in their day• Ideal for sermon preparation and for other teaching in the churchWord Biblical Themes are an ideal resource for any reader who has used and benefited from the Word Biblical Commentary series, and will help pastors, bible teachers, and students as they seek to understand and apply God’s word to their ministry and learning.
15-Volume Set Leslie C. Allen, Dr. Richard Bauckham, George R. Beasley-Murray, ... J. Calvin, Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel, 2 vols.
Author: Leslie C. Allen
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
A companion series to the acclaimed Word Biblical Commentary. Finding the great themes of the books of the Bible is essential to the study of God's Word and to the preaching and teaching of its truths. These themes and ideas are often like precious gems: they lie beneath the surface and can only be discovered with some difficulty. While commentaries are useful for helping readers understand the content of a verse or chapter, they are not usually designed to help the reader to trace important subjects systematically within a given book a Scripture. The Word Biblical Themes series helps readers discover the important themes of a book of the Bible. This series distills the theological essence of a given book of Scripture and serves it up in ways that enrich the preaching, teaching, worship, and discipleship of God's people. Volumes in this series: Written by top biblical scholars Feature authors who wrote on the same book of the Bible for the Word Biblical Commentary series Distill deep and focused study on a biblical book into the most important themes and practical applications of them Give reader's an ability to see the "big picture" of a book of the Bible by understanding what topics and concerns were most important to the biblical writers Help address pressing issues in the church today by showing readers see how the biblical writers approached similar issues in their day Ideal for sermon preparation and for other teaching in the church Volumes in the Word Biblical Themes: 15-Volume Set include: Exodus by John I. Durham Joshua by Trent C. Butler 1 and 2 Kings by T. R. Hobbs 1 and 2 Chronicles by Roddy L. Braun Psalms by Leslie C. Allen Isaiah by John D. W. Watts Daniel by John Goldingay Hosea-Jonah by Douglas Stuart Micah-Malachi by Ralph L. Smith John by George R. Beasley-Murray 1 and 2 Corinthians by Ralph P. Martin Philippians by Gerald F. Hawthorne 1 and 2 Thessalonians by Leon Morris 1 Peter by J. Ramsey Michaels 2 Peter and Jude by Richard J. Bauckham Word Biblical Themes are an ideal resource for any reader who has used and benefited from the Word Biblical Commentary series, and will help pastors, bible teachers, and students as they seek to understand and apply God's word to their ministry and learning.
They are available on the Internet (www.christianbook.com, www.amazon.com ... John Calvin, Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel, 2 vols., trans.
Publisher: Tyndale House
See God’s Hand in Your Life How can we live faithfully amid the fires of opposition? How can we stay close to God when doubt seeks to devour us? Daniel the prayer warrior shows us how to keep God’s perspective always before us. Zoom in on Daniel’s story and the pressures he faced to let go of God’s hand in his life. Then zoom out to see Daniel’s panoramic visions displaying God’s hand in human history. When adversity rolls in like a fog, Daniel reminds us how God’s perspective can give us a new vision. LifeChange LifeChange Bible studies will help you grow in Christlikeness through a life-changing encounter with God’s Word. Filled with a wealth of ideas for going deeper so you can return to this study again and again. Features Cover the entire book of Daniel in 12 lessons Equip yourself to lead a Bible study Imagine the Bible’s historical world Study word origins and definitions Explore thoughtful questions on key themes Go deeper with optional projects Find the flexibility to fit the time you have
The New Covenant & New Testament, The Book of Psalms & The Book of Daniel - Volume II, Part 1 Johannes Biermanski. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.
Author: Johannes Biermanski
Publisher: Ebozon Verlag
The objective of “The Sacred Scriptures” by John Biermanski is to revoke all falsifications in today's Bibles known so far (in the Old and New Testament), and to restore the original state of the verses as far as possible. In the present work, you will find “The Acts of the Apostles” to “The Letter of Paul the Apostle to Philemon”, in which the verses are written in German and English, as well as an appendix with various elaborations and statements, etc. (see the table of contents). There is both a German and an English edition in which the attachments are available in the respective selected language. This is an English edition. The author was born in 1963 in North Rhine-Westphalia and completed a traineeship for wholesale and foreign trade in a pharmaceutical wholesale company. In the course of his professional development, he used to be a freelancer but was also officially employed; he has experienced a lot rises and falls throughout his life. While studying the Scriptures, he was led by the Spirit of the only God, the Almighty and the only Holy Father in heaven, whereas, by grace, he could recognize many things that are now presented as heresies to the world. In recent years he has been active in the proclamation of the Word of YAHWEH Elohim (G-d) in Europe, Canada, particularly in Brazil (South America), and has enlightened many people by his message, so that they get to know the true God, His holy name and His will and only obey Him (Exodus 20:2-11; Leviticus chapter 19 and 23 etc.) – and start to think about all this, i. e. “so that they finally decide themselves in favour of the living Elohim (G-d): YAHWEH, instead of against Him, and their names are not erased from the divine 'Book of Life' forever.”