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  1. Introduction to Daniel - (An introduction to the book of Daniel with a brief overview of how the book of Revelation applies passages from it) - {PDF Copy}
  2. Land of Shinar - (The arrogant acts of Nebuchadnezzar parallel the story of the Tower of Babel from Genesis) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Empires Rise and Fall - (Imperial hubris is the legacy of the Tower of Babel, humanity’s first but certainly not attempt to establish the World Empire) - {PDF Copy}

  1. God Grants Sovereignty - (God gave the kingdom of Judah into the hands of Nebuchadnezzar, but He also equipped Daniel and his companions for service in the court of Babylon) - {PDF Copy}
  2. Food Offered to Idols - (Daniel 1:5-17Daniel and his companions refused to participate in the religious rituals of the imperial court) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Dream of the King - (Only Daniel is able to reveal the troubling dream of the Babylonian King, unveiling the future of kings and empires) - {PDF Copy}
  4. The Golden Image of the King - (Daniel 3:1-30Daniel interpreted the King’s troubling dream, then implemented the dream according to his own desires) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Downfall and Restoration - (The King has another troubling dream that leads to his downfall but only after his display of imperial hubris)- {PDF Copy}
  6. Head of Gold Shattered - (Daniel 5:1-31The last ruler of Babylon summons Daniel to God Grants Sovereigntythe “handwriting on the wall" before the fall of the city to the Medes and the Persians) - {PDF Copy}
  7. The Next Imperial Regime - (Daniel 6:1-28he story of Daniel thrown to the lions demonstrates that Yahweh remains in control of history and the welfare of His people) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Four Beastly Regimes - Vision - (Daniel 7:1-8 - Daniel’s vision of four beastly regimes ascending from a chaotic sea, and the reaction of Heaven) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Bear and the Leopard - Identities - (Daniel 7:5-6 - In Daniel’s vision, how do we identify the second and third kingdoms, the “Bear” and the “Leopard”?) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Fourth Beast - (Daniel 7:7-14 - The fourth beast becomes the main focus of the vision, especially its little horn speaking great things) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Four Beasts - Interpretation - (Daniel 7:15-28 - The vision of the fourth beast with the arrogant “little horn” is interpreted) - {PDF Copy}
  5. On the Clouds - (The one like a Son of Man from Daniel is the source of Christ’s self-designation as the Son of Man) - {PDF Copy}
  6. The Desolating Transgression - (Daniel received a vision of a “ram” overthrown by a “goat.” A “little horn” appeared that attacked the saints) - {PDF Copy}
  7. The Malevolent King - (Daniel 8:15-27He next received the interpretation of the vision of  the ram overthrown by the goat, and of its little horn) - {PDF Copy}
  8. The Identity of the Little Horn - (The “Little Horn” described in Daniel fits perfectly with the known history of the Seleucid king, Antiochus IV) - {PDF Copy}
  9. Word of Jeremiah - (Daniel 9:1-2Daniel began to inquire into the promised end to the Babylonian Captivity that was recorded in Jeremiah) - {PDF Copy}
  10. Prayer and Visitation - (Daniel 9:3-23After praying for the restoration of Israel, the angel Gabriel appears to explain the vision to Daniel) - {PDF Copy}
  11. Six Redemptive Goals - (Daniel 9:24 - The angel outlined six redemptive goals to be achieved by the end of the Seventy Weeks) - {PDF Copy}
  12. Seventy Weeks - The Word to Return - (Daniel 9:25 - The “word to return” that marks the start of the prophetic period refers to the original prophecy of the seventy-years captivity by Jeremiah) - {PDF Copy}
  13. The First Sixty-Nine Weeks - (Daniel 9:25 - The first sixty-nine “weeks” lay the groundwork for the tumultuous events of the final or “70th week” ) - {PDF Copy}
  14. After Sixty-Two Weeks - (Daniel 9:26 - A malevolent “leader” appears who corrupts the city and people, and “desolates” the sanctuary) - {PDF Copy}
  15. Final Week - The Abomination - (Daniel 9:27The final “week” of the prophecy includes verbal links to the other visions of Daniel, especially the “abomination of desolation”) - {PDF Copy}
  16. Final Vision - Introduction - (Daniel 10:1-21Chapter 10 introduces the final vision recorded in chapter 11, with verbal links to the vision of the ram and goat) - {PDF Copy}
  17. Persia Stirs Greece - (Daniel 11:1-4 - The conflict between Persia and Greece portrayed in the vision of the ram and goat is recapped and expanded in chapter 11) - {PDF Copy}
  18. The Arrogant King of the North - (Daniel 11:5-45 - The war between the kings of the “North” and “South” culminates in the rise of an arrogant ruler who persecutes the saints) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Seventy Weeks - The Start Date - (The date of the commencement of the prophecy is provided in the first paragraph of Chapter 9 of Daniel) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Missing Seventy Weeks - (The book of Revelation does not utilize the Seventy Weeks prophecy of Daniel in any of its visions) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Son of Man in the New Testament - (The images of the “Son of Man” figure from Daniel are applied to Jesus and his “saints” in the New Testament  Daniel 7:13-14) - {PDF Copy}
  4. The "War" Against the Saints - (Language from Daniel’s vision of the “little horn” that waged war against the “saints” is applied in Revelation to the church – Daniel 7:21) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Two "Little Horns"? - (The little horn appears in two of Daniel’s visions – Is it the same figure in each case or two different individuals?) - {PDF Copy}
  6. Desolating Abomination - Context - (Literary context is vital for understanding the “Abomination that Desolates” in the book of Daniel) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Mouth Speaking Great Things - (The mouth speaking great things in Daniel appears in Revelation in the description of the Beast from the sea and its war against the saints) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Daniel Chapter 7 in the Book of Revelation - (Several phrases from Daniel are employed in the New Testament, especially, the “Son of Man” and the “little horn” that wages “war against the saints") - {PDF Copy}
  9. Unsealing Daniel - (Unlike in Daniel, in Revelation, the scroll is unsealed. With the Resurrection of Jesus, the time of fulfillment has arrived) - {PDF Copy}
  10. The Season is at Hand - (In Revelation, the “last days,” the “season of the end” began with the Death and Resurrection of Jesus) - {PDF Copy}

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