For all who have read the Scriptures through, it hardly needs to be said that there are a number of what may be called â€śtwin booksâ€ť. When it comes to the field of eschatology, without question, the Book of Daniel and the Book of Revelation are indeed â€śtwin volumesâ€ť.
The more one reads these books, the more one realises that they are two sides to one and the same coin. Each is incomplete without the other. To Read Daniel is to realise that some prophetic portions seem to be missing. There seems to be some â€śgapsâ€ť between prophecy and fulfillment. To read Revelation is also to realise that John seems to be quoting or referring so much to another book in his writings â€“ the Book of Daniel.
The writer has used the â€śjig-saw puzzleâ€ť approach very much in seeking to understand and interpret the Book of Daniel. In putting a puzzle together, one lays out all the parts of the puzzle and works from part to whole and whole to parts. If one forces the parts of the puzzle, then it distorts the picture. But as one follows sound hermeneutics, then everything locks and interlocks together until the clear picture is seen.
Besides learning much from the Historical Section of Daniel and interpreting the Prophetic Section, each chapter closes with Practical and Spiritual Lessons that should be helpful to all serious students of the Word, regardless of varying eschatological positions that may be held. It is the writerâ€™s desire that believers will â€śdare to be Danielâ€ť and the midst of the â€śBabylonian Cultureâ€ť of these times.
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