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Introductory information, doctrinal themes, problem passages, and practical applications are examined. Moody Publishers Publication Date: Israel from Conquest to Exile: Davis , John Whitcomb.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book was very well done, and on the mark. I have personally heard Dr. Whitcomb teach on this book and this man of God sure knows his way around the Bible. Like any commentary, it should not be the 'end-all' of what you go to for any book of the Bible. That would be the Bible itself.
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Take this hand in hand as you read through the book of Daniel. Whitcomb and sticking to God's Word is the most important thing to him. God still uses him today. He's in his 90's and still has a deep concern for teaching and preaching the Word of God accurately. Extremely interesting and thorough guide to Daniel!
One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Whitcomb is a God honoring man seeking to teach Gods Word to those who are willing to listen and this book is just another example of that. Parallel passages are given in abundance to provide the seeker of knowledge the tools he needs to obtain what he or she is looking for. I thank the Lord God for raising men up such as this to help provide light in a world saturated with darkness.
One day, Christ will return to the clouds to redeem His church and then again at the end of the 7 year tribulation to bring an end to this current satanic world rule and usher in His Kingdom.
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Whitcomb was my professor in seminary, and I have always appreciated his biblical insights. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. If there were a way to rate this book on history and then on prophecy I would give five stars to the presentation of the historical details in this book.
For example, when Belshazzar promised Daniel third place in the Kingdom it was because Belshazzar knew he himself was second and he couldn't promise second place. The information about the cultures in the time of Daniel is very helpful, i. Why Nebuchadnezzar used fire as a punishment while Darius chose lions is well explained.
However if I were to rate the book prophetically I would give it two stars.
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In all honesty that is because I do not hold to the view that the fourth empire in Dan 2 is Rome, nor do I believe Rome has any place in biblical prophecy. However, another reason is because the author plainly does not interact with the text itself and forces a view on at least one passage that just isn't there. The major example is in Daniel 7 in which Daniel records his vision of the four beasts out of the sea. The author assumes this vision is parallel to Dan.
The text of Daniel 7 suggests differently. Daniel is living in Babylon and the Medes and Persians are already on the move.