B 18 Decoding Daniel: Reclaiming the Visions of Daniel 7-11 (2000)

In contrast to the earlier chapters of Daniel, the visions of Daniel 7–11 have often been a happy hunting ground for all kinds of weird and wonderful interpretations.

This clear study shows how a variety of interpretative approaches (looking at the text’s cultural context, its re-use of biblical symbolism and its literary features) shed considerable light on these passages. It shows the theological significance of the visions, and includes suggestions for preaching on them.
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Author: Revd Dr Ernest Lucas

Ernest is Vice-Principal and Tutor in Biblical Studies at Bristol Baptist College. Before studying theology and being ordained as a Baptist Minister he was a research biochemist.

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