Daniel in the Context of the Hebrew Bible
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Biblical and Theological Studies
Commentators have long set the book of Daniel within the context of world history and the genre of apocalyptic literature. The present volume argues that the primary context for the book is the composition of the Hebrew Bible as a whole. Daniel in the Context of the Hebrew Bible has implications for every major hermeneutical issue in Daniel including the four kingdoms, the son of man, and the prophecy of seventy sevens. In the final analysis, the Hebrew Bible and the book of Daniel are decidedly messianic, eschatological, and faith-oriented
Biblical studies, Daniel, Old Testament, Hebrew Bible
New York, NY
Biblical Studies | Religion
About the Author
Dr. Michael Shepherd taught at Louisiana College for nine years prior to joining the faculty of Cedarville University in 2015. His topics of expertise are biblical Hebrew/Aramaic language and exegesis.
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Shepherd, Michael B., "Daniel in the Context of the Hebrew Bible" (2009). Faculty Books. 172.