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This is an aside, but, brother, just how did you do this? A copy, one click, and it is on my iPad! Like poof, and it is there! Ashley I took that same tour in June and it was excellent as you mentioned. I could have stayed all day, too!
So I just checked and this book is no longer available to be ordered from the branch. Does this mean we are going to get an updated book somewhen over the next few years?
I hope so as I have enjoyed using this book in trying to convince people the bible is inspired. It would be interesting to see which points need updating. Brings back memories, I remember as a kid doing this book when we used to have the little book study groups mid week.
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I don't recall ever seeing it "on line. The tree is Nebuchadnezzar himself, who for seven years will lose his mind and live like a wild beast. All of this comes to pass until, at the end of the specified time, Nebuchadnezzar acknowledges that "heaven rules" and his kingdom and sanity are restored. The horrified king summons Daniel, who upbraids him for his lack of humility before God and interprets the message: Belshazzar's kingdom will be given to the Medes and Persians.
Belshazzar rewards Daniel and raises him to be third in the kingdom, and that very night Belshazzar is slain and Darius the Mede takes the kingdom. Knowing of Daniel's devotion to his God, his enemies trick the king into issuing an edict forbidding worship of any other god or man for a day period. Daniel continues to pray three times a day to God towards Jerusalem; he is accused and King Darius, forced by his own decree, throws Daniel into the lions' den.
But God shuts up the mouths of the lions, and the next morning Darius rejoices to find him unharmed. The king casts Daniel's accusers into the lions' pit together with their wives and children to be instantly devoured, while he himself acknowledges Daniel's God as he whose kingdom shall never be destroyed. The Ancient of Days judges and destroys the beast, and "one like a son of man " is given everlasting kingship over the entire world.
A divine being explains that the four beasts represent four kings, but that "the holy ones of the Most High" would receive the everlasting kingdom. The fourth beast would be a fourth kingdom with ten kings, and another king who would pull down three kings and make war on the "holy ones" for "a time, two times and a half," after which the heavenly judgement will be made against him and the "holy ones" will receive the everlasting kingdom.
The ram has two mighty horns, one longer than the other, and it charges west, north and south, overpowering all other beasts.
A goat with a single horn appears from the west and destroys the ram. The goat becomes very powerful until the horn breaks off and is replaced by four lesser horns. A small horn that grows very large, it stops the daily temple sacrifices and desecrates the sanctuary for two thousand three hundred "evening and mornings" which could be either or days until the temple is cleansed. The angel Gabriel informs him that the ram represents the Medes and Persians, the goat is Greece, and the "little horn" is a wicked king.
The angel Gabriel explains that the seventy years stand for seventy "weeks" of years years , during which the Temple will first be restored, then later defiled by a "prince who is to come," "until the decreed end is poured out. Daniel A future king of Persia will make war on the king of Greece , a "mighty king" will arise and wield power until his empire is broken up and given to others, and finally the king of the south identified in verse 8 as Egypt will go to war with the "king of the north.
He will defeat and subjugate Libya and Egypt, but "reports from the east and north will alarm him," and he will meet his end "between the sea and the holy mountain.
It will be a time of great distress, but all those whose names are written will be delivered. Daniel fails to understand and asks again what will happen, and is told: "From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1, days.
Blessed is the one who waits for and reaches the end of the 1, days. Historical background Daniel refusing to eat at the King's table, early s Bible illustration The visions of chapters 7—12 reflect the crisis which took place in Judea in — BC when Antiochus IV Epiphanes , the Greek king of the Seleucid Empire , threatened to destroy traditional Jewish worship in Jerusalem.
The High Priestly family was split by rivalry, and one member, Jason, offered the king a large sum to be made High Priest. Jason also asked—or more accurately, paid—to be allowed to make Jerusalem a polis , or Greek city. This meant, among other things, that city government would be in the hands of the citizens, which meant in turn that citizenship would be a valuable commodity, to be downloadd from Jason.
None of this threatened the Jewish religion, and the reforms were widely welcomed, especially among the Jerusalem aristocracy and the leading priests. Three years later Jason was deposed when another priest, Menelaus, offered Antiochus an even larger sum for the post of High Priest.
Development It is generally accepted that Daniel originated as a collection of Aramaic court tales later expanded by the Hebrew revelations. The book is a product of "Wisdom" circles, but the type of wisdom is mantic the discovery of heavenly secrets from earthly signs rather than the wisdom of learning—the main source of wisdom in Daniel is God's revelation.
Chapters 10—12 must therefore have been written between and BC. There is no evidence of a significant time lapse between those chapters and chapters 8 and 9, and chapter 7 may have been written just a few months earlier again.
Daniel is, however, quoted in a section of the Sibylline Oracles commonly dated to the middle of the 2nd century BC, and was popular at Qumran at much the same time, suggesting that it was known from the middle of that century. Theodotion is much closer to the Masoretic Text and became so popular that it replaced the original Septuagint version in all but two manuscripts of the Septuagint itself.
Between them, they preserve text from eleven of Daniel's twelve chapters, and the twelfth is quoted in the Florilegium a compilation scroll 4Q, showing that the book at Qumran did not lack this conclusion.