Book of Daniel

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Noun1.Book of Daniel - an Old Testament book that tells of the apocalyptic visions and the experiences of Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
Hagiographa, Ketubim, Writings - the third of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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"I like Revelations, and the book of Daniel, and Genesis and Samuel, and a little bit of Exodus, and some parts of Kings and Chronicles, and Job and Jonah."
Di Lella, The Anchor Bible--The Book of Daniel (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1978) pp.
Of the three, Doctorow in The Book of Daniel is the most successful at finding a connection between politics and the unconscious.
Central to the study is an exchange of letters between Julius Africanus and Origin during the middle of the third century about the advisability using the Susanna story from the Book of Daniel to defend Christianity.
Draper Jr., president emeritus of LifeWay Christian Resources, writes that readers will find “a remarkably detailed study of the Book of Revelation and the related Old Testament passages, particularly from the Book of Daniel. In these pages you will find your presuppositions and assumptions challenged.”
Doctorow from his novel The Book of Daniel; film and novel alike portray Daniel and Susan Isaacson, whose parents are executed for conspiracy to commit espionage.
Commentators have long set the book of Daniel within the context of world history and the genre of apocalyptic literature.
Her suggestion that there is no canonical account of God's interaction with his people between 450 BCE and the birth of Jesus (182) ignores such postexilic writings as the Chronicler's History, the Book of Daniel, and most of the Wisdom Literature.
The Book of Daniel has some intriguing insights into our world indeed.
Rossing and Steven Weitzman attempt to defuse the violent potential of the Book of Revelation and the martyrdom accounts of the Book of Daniel, respectively.
This small volume also includes a chapter on the importance of the book of Daniel for the Dead Sea sect.
Having to some degree overcome my disappointment at the cancellation of "The Book of Daniel," I need to comment on Fr.