The Book of Daniel

Author: Raymond Hammer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 127

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The New English Bible translation of the Book of Daniel, with an introduction and commentaries.

The Book of Daniel

Composition and Reception

Author: John Joseph Collins

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 292

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International experts offer fresh insights into: (1) Review of Scholarship and Context; (2) Near Eastern Milieu; (3) Interpretation of Specific Passages; (4) Social Setting; (5) Literary Context, Including Qumran; (6) Reception in Judaism and Christianity; (7) Textual History; and (8) Theology of Daniel.

Exploring the Book of Daniel

An Expository Commentary

Author: John Phillips

Publisher: Kregel Academic

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 287

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"John Phillips writes with enthusiasm and clarity, . . . cutting through the confusion and heretical dangers associated with Bible interpretation." --Moody Magazine

A Handbook on the Book of Daniel

Author: René Péter-Contesse

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 365

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A verse-by-verse analysis and commentary on Daniel by recognized biblical translation experts. Explains accepted interpretations, noting how various translations have handled theses passages and often explaining the nuances of the Hebrew original.

The Book of Daniel

Second Edition

Author: Andre LaCocque

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 392

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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.

The Book of Daniel

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 345

View: 388

The Book of Daniel was written as resistance literature, to strengthen and console loyal Jews of the second century BC who had to endure religious, economic and social oppression at the hands of Antiochus I. This text has been prepared with a full commentary.

The Book of Daniel

The Commentary of R. Saadia Gaon : Edition and Translation

Author: Saʻadia ben Joseph

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 681

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The book of Daniel exerted a strong influence despite its brevity and late composition. Old Jewish commentators read it as the future God planned for Israel. Modern Bible scholars trace the birth of Apocalyptic literature to its chapters. The commentary of Saadia Gaon is the first serious example of rabbinical reading and displays the multidimensional role of the Book of Daniel. In Rabbi Saadia’s commentary a new style in commenting the Bible emerges. Philological consideration and historical inquiry replace the story-telling type or midrashic exegesis. The commentary is also a testimony of the vital role the Middle East played in forging today’s Judaism.

The Book of Daniel

With Introduction and Notes

Author: Samuel Rolles Driver

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page: 215

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