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Daniel: a commentary

Norman Porteous

Daniel: a commentary

by Norman Porteous

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Published by Westminster Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • Bible. O.T. Daniel -- Commentaries

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    Other titlesBible. O.T. Daniel. English. 1965.
    Statement[by] Norman W. Porteous.
    SeriesThe Old Testament library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1555.3 .P613
    The Physical Object
    Pagination173 p.
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5948811M
    LC Control Number65021071
    OCLC/WorldCa603266

    INTRODUCTION THE HISTORIC EXISTENCE OF THE PROPHET DANIEL "Trothe is the hiest thinge a man may kepe."-CHAUCER WE propose in the following pages to examine the Book of the Prophet Daniel by the same general methods which have been adopted in other volumes of the Expositor’s . The following table is from Tony Garland's recommended free online commentary on Daniel (see also his in depth verse by verse commentary on the book of the Revelation, one of the best evangelical commentaries available - A Testimony of Jesus Christ A Testimony of Jesus Christ). Note that Dr Garland chooses Daniel's "starting age" as 14yo but.

    Daniel 1 New International Version (NIV) Daniel’s Training in Babylon. 1 In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon came to Jerusalem and besieged it. 2 And the Lord delivered Jehoiakim king of Judah into his hand, along with some of the articles from the temple of God. These he carried off to the temple of his god in Babylonia [] and put in the. Miller does an exceptional job giving an overview of the different viewpoints, dealing with the text, and supporting his view in a short amount of space when compared to other commentaries. He is Pre-Millennial, which is evident in how he addresses Daniel However, unlike the amazon reviewer states, he does not seem to omit numerous issues/5(4).

    The most comprehensive English-language commentary on Daniel in 65 years. Collins situates the Old Testament in its historical context and offers a full explanation of the text, especially its religious by:   The Book of Daniel - Study #1 - Includes an introduction to the entire Book of Daniel and verse by verse commentary on Daniel Chapters 1 & 2. Almost everyone looks at .


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Daniel: a commentary by Norman Porteous Download PDF EPUB FB2

Read Daniel commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Daniel and more. In the book of Daniel God is called "the God of heaven" four times (chap. ), "King of heaven" once (chap. ) and once "Lord of heaven" (chap.

During this time of His indirect government God puts the authority over the earth into the hands of heathen nations until His Blessed One, the Lord Jesus, shall take over the. Daniel 1 Commentary, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible.

Daniel was a man famous for prayer, and for success in it, and he came to be so by thus making a conscience of prayer and making a business of it daily; and in thus doing God blessed him wonderfully Daniel’s constant adherence to this practice, even when it was made by the law a capital crime.

Daniel A Commentary proceeds linearly through all twelve chapters of the book of Daniel. Before the formal commentary begins, there is a sizable section devoted to the book’s literary, historical and social considerations. Each section of commentary begins with a chapter from the Bible and then a verse-by-verse analysis by: 2.

F F Bruce: A popular commentary series edited by F. Bruce and William Barclay (Abingdon Press) is full of modernistic thought and historical-critical discussion and specifically in the volume dealing with Daniel, the book of Daniel is said to have been written after the fulfillment of the events prophesied therein.

In the same volume we are. Daniel Explained A Commentary on the Book of Daniel Overview. Daniel Explained—one of the most extensively researched commentaries on the Book of Daniel ever written—offers a thorough treatment of both the dramatic episodes and the prophetic each story about Daniel and his friends, it fills in the historical background and develops spiritual applications.

Commentaries on Daniel. A list of the best commentaries on Daniel ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.

You can find the best commentary on Daniel for you using the tools on the right side%(10). Daniel is an Old Testament commentary, written byErnest C. Lucas published by IVP Academic. It has been a long time since a mildly-conservative critical, yet highly scholarly work has been published on the Book of Daniel and Lucas did not disappoint, weighing in at almost pages/5(10).

A Study of the Book of Daniel Gene TaylorAn Introduction to Daniel I. The Man A. His name “Daniel” means “God is my judge.” B.

His personal life. He may have descended from a noble family, perhaps he was even a prince, since normally the prominent people of a File Size: KB.

In Danielhe claims to have written the Book and this is verified in the New Testament by Christ's reference to him.

(Matt.Mr. ) It is hard for those who deny God to accept a godly man such as Daniel lived and was greatly used of God. The Book of Daniel is a 2nd-century BC biblical apocalypse combining a prophecy of history with an eschatology (a portrayal of end times) cosmic in scope and political in focus.

In more mundane language, it is "an account of the activities and visions of Daniel, a noble Jew exiled at Babylon," its message being that just as the God of Israel saved Daniel and his friends from their enemies, so. The following pages are a scripture by scripture Bible commentary on each chapter of the book of Daniel and many historical quotes are given to reinforce the truth.

It would be worthwhile and advisable to read the page on Bible prophecy symbols first to gain a comprehensive understanding of the many Bible symbols before beginning. Daniel. This book is part of a 9-volume set that includes seven volumes of The SDA Bible Commentary, the SDA Bible Dictionary and a special supplement to the Commentary, volume 7-A which contains pertinent Ellen G.

White comments. Included in this publication are the portions of text written by Ellen White. Volume 4 covers Isaiah to Malachi.

The most comprehensive English-language commentary on Daniel in 65 years. John Collins situates the Old Testament in its historical context and offers a full explanation of the text, especially its religious imagery. In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality.

The Book of Daniel Commentary by A. FAUSSET CHAPTER 1 Dan THE BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY BEGINS; DANIEL'S EDUCATION AT BABYLON, &C. third year--compare Jer"the fourth year; Jehoiakim came to the throne at the end of the year, which Jeremiah reckons as the first year, but which Daniel leaves out of count, being an incomplete year: thus, in Jeremiah, it is "the.

Daniel 9 – The Seventy Weeks of Daniel A. The prayer of Daniel. () Introduction: Daniel’s reason for prayer. In the first year of Darius the son of Ahasuerus, of the lineage of the Medes, who was made king over the realm of the Chaldeans; in the first year of his reign I, Daniel, understood by the books the number of the years specified by the word of the LORD through Jeremiah the.

Daniel NIV Application Commentary by Tremper Longman III. Get this book on Amazon using its exact ISBN. Reviews and Accolades: • Desiring God: #1 recommended commentary on Daniel (tied) • Keith Mathison: #4 ranked commentary on Daniel, “Longman’s strength is in his literary analysis, and this is a strength of this commentary.

Highly. Daniel’s prayer, and the vision of the seventy weeks - d. Daniel’s vision of the time of the end - CONCLUSION 1. As with all of Scripture, the book of Daniel is profitable for our study - 2 Ti a.

From Daniel and his three friends, we will learn the power of faith and commitment b. The Bible 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 representa-tions; these are Daniel and The Revelation.

Written centuriesFile Size: 3MB. Daniel and the Hebrew Boys Taken Captive to Babylon. Daniel Nebuchadnezzar instructed his chief eunuch,5 Ashpenaz to take a number of the young Hebrew boys to be specially trained in Babylon.

These boys were to be, "Children in whom was no blemish, but well favoured, and skillful in all wisdom, and cunning in knowledge, and understanding science, and such as had ability in them to stand.Daniel is the only prophet who mentions “the prince of Persia” and “the prince of Greece.”2 Daniel’s prayer of confession was pivotal to the end of the Babylonian captivity and the return of the remnant to Jerusalem.3 J.

Sidlow Baxter, in Exploring the Book states: “For sheer interest this Book of Daniel surelyFile Size: KB.Daniel 1 (the first chapter of the Book of Daniel) tells how Daniel and his three companions were among captives taken by Nebuchadnezzar II from Jerusalem to Babylon to be trained in Babylonian wisdom.

There they refused to take food and wine from the king and were given knowledge and insight into dreams and visions by God, and at the end of their training they proved ten times better than all Book: Book of Daniel.