01 Exile and God's Purposes in Daniel
Gregg Strawbridge provides a thorough study through the book of Daniel from a Reformed point of view and debunk the dispensational reading of the book in detail. Important topics addressed along the way include, higher critical views of the dating of the book (i.e., in the 140s B.C. versus the historical Daniel), the nature of the kingdom as it is coming in the new covenant, the key movements of the inter-testamental period, and the various prophetic figures such as the "Little Horn" and the Ten-Horned Empire, as well as the Seventy Weeks of Daniel (ch. 9). This study draws upon James B. Jordan's "Preliminary Commentary on Daniel," Philip Mauro's work on the Seventy Weeks and other standard commentaries.
Gregg Strawbridge, Ph.D., is the pastor of All Saints Church in Lancaster, PA. He became a committed follower of Jesus Christ at age 20, discipled in the context of a University Navigator Ministry. As a result of personal discipleship he went on to study at Columbia Biblical Seminary (M.A., Columbia, SC, 1990), as well as receive a Ph.D. in education and philosophy... read more
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