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Book Description

The Book of Daniel, W. Robertson Nicoll, ed., The Expositor's Bible
Publication Year:
Hodder & Stoughton
Daniel, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

Part I

  1. The Historical Existence of the Prophet Daniel
  2. General Survey of the Book
    1. The Language
    2. Unity
    3. General Tone
    4. Style
    5. Standpoint of its Author
    6. Moral Element
  3. Peculiarities of the Historical Section
  4. General Structure of the Book
  5. The Theology of the Book
  6. Pecularities of the Apocalyptic and Prophetic Section of the Book
  7. Internal Evidence
  8. Evidence in Favour of the Genuineness Uncertain and Inadequate
  9. External Evidence and Reception into the Canon
  10. Summary Conclusion

Part II: Commentary on the Historic Section

  1. The Prelude
  2. The Dream-Image of Ruined Empires
  3. The Odol of Goldm and the Faithful Three
  4. The Babylonian Cedar, and the Stricken Despot
  5. The Fiery Inscription
  6. Stopping the Mouths of Lions

Part III: The Prophetic Section of the Book

  1. Vision of the Four Wild Beasts
  2. The Ram and the He-Goat
  3. The Seventy Weeks
  4. Introduction to the Concluding Vision
  5. An Enigmatic Prophect Passing into Details of the Reign of Antiochus Epiphanes
  6. The Epilogue
  7. Appendix

  • Approximate Chronological Tables
  • Genealogical Table of the Lagidae. Ptolemies, and Seleucidae

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