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Daniel

A Tale of Two Cities

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Frenetic scholarly activity has raged over differing interpretations of the book of Daniel. Many liberal scholars claim that it is full of fanciful accounts, some that the prophecies were written after the events occurred.

Bob Fyall deals with such questions in his introduction before he goes on to explain the text. He shows us why it was written and when it was written.

Daniel is an excellent example of godly living and there is a theme throughout the book of Daniel that God reigns sovereignly and that he will use those who know him to do exploits in history.

The book of Daniel is also a book that contains prophecy and visions. Some of the prophecies are remarkably detailed and are fulfilled in history, others concern the coming kingdom of the Messiah. Fyall provides guidelines for us to use in coming to a biblical understanding of God's plan for the world.

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ISBN: 9781845501945
Producer:
Christian Focus Publications
Product Code: 102047
Dimensions: 138 x 216 mm
Binding: Paperback
Number of pages: 208
Release Date: 20.09.2006
Language: English

Book contents

Preface
Bibliography
Important Dates
Introduction
1. The Significance of the Exile
2. When and why the book was written
3. What kind of a book is it?
4. The Structure of the Book
1. Dare to be a Daniel
2. What Dreams May Come
3. With God in the Flames
4. Judgment and Mercy
5. Found Wanting
6. Shut the Mouths of Lions
7. Your Kingdom Come
8. Your Will Be Done
9. The Prayer of Faith
10. Principalities and Powers
11. The End is Not Yet
12. Those Who Are Wise
Subject Index
Scripture Index

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Bob Fyall
Bob Fyall

Bob Fyall is currently serving as an associate minister at a church plant in Glasgow. He recently retired as the Senior Tutor in Ministry for the Cornhill Training Course Scotland. Prior to that, he was the Director of Rutherford House, Edinburgh. He is an experienced pastor, preacher and Old Testament Scholar.


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