Commentary Series: The Book of Daniel
by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
The book of Daniel, though one of the most intriguing prophetic texts in the Hebrew Scriptures, presents a comprehensive and chronological prophetic picture of the broad sweep of history. In this detailed exposition, Dr. Fruchtenbaum offers a fresh and coherent understanding of the prophecies in the book of Daniel. He examines the historical and cultural context of the book, its literary structure, and its theological themes. He explains how these prophecies relate to the history of Israel, especially in the context of the times of the Gentiles. He addresses alleged historical inaccuracies, considers the rabbinic interpretation as well as apocryphal additions, and offers a unique and convincing interpretation of Daniel’s seventy sevens. Numerous charts, tables, and maps give additional clarity to the text.
Whether you are a student of the Scriptures, a pastor, or a layperson seeking to deepen your understanding of biblical prophecy, this commentary will provide a clear and coherent exposition of the book of Daniel from a Messianic Jewish perspective, illuminating the prophetic message of this important book and its relevance for the history of this world.
- Hardcover: 630 pages
- ISBN: 978-1-958552-01-8