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Book Description

Title:
The Book of Daniel from the Christian Viewpoint. With an Essay on Alleged Historical Difficulties, by the Editor of the 'Babylonian and Oriental Record'
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Eyre and Spottiswoode
Pages:
219
Subjects:
Daniel, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

John Kennedy [1813-1900], The Book of Daniel from the Christian Viewpoint

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  1. Christ's Direct Personal Testimony
  2. Implicit Evidence in the Gospels
  3. Pre-Christian and Christian References to Daniel
  4. Daniel Not a Post-Canonical Book
  5. The Historical Portion Studied Chapter by Chapter
  6. The Visions of Daniel VII-XII
  7. The Theology of Daniel
  8. The Doctrine of the Messiah in Daniel
  9. The Object and Moral of the Book
  10. On Counter Theories
  11. Supplemental—On Alleged Historical Difficulties (by the Editor of the Babylonian and Oriental Record, the Rev. Hugh M. Mackenzie)
  • Appnedix I. Our Lord's Intimate Knowledge on Old Testament Scripture
  • Appendix II. Note on the Connection of Baylon with other nations, Eastern and Western, Illustrative of Some Passages in the Book of Daniel; by John Kennedy, Esq., late Bengal Civil Service.