The Book of Daniel - An Analysis

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The Book of Daniel is a companion to the Book of Revelation. The following is anoverview of the book.Daniel, the author, like Ezekiel, was a captive in Babylon. He was brought before KingNebuchadnezzar while young, and trained in the Chaldean language and sciences.His career resembled that of Joseph. He was promoted to the highest office in the realm.He maintained his spiritual life in the midst of a heathen court.The main theme of the Book is the Sovereignty of God over the affairs of men in all ages.The pagan king’s confessions of this fact constitute the Key Verses of this book.

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Joseph F. Roberts, ThD, PhD

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