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The Prophecy of Daniel: A Commentary

by Edward J. Young

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This commentary on Daniel is a serious painstaking work by one of the foremost of contemporary Old Testament scholars. It is ably designed to meet the needs of pastors, students, and all those seeking a better understanding of Scripture. The author presents a clear, positive exposition of prophecy coupled with an accurate explanation of historical fact based on research and the accumulated authority of other outstanding Biblical scholars. In addition, he endeavors to bring out the exact meaning of the Hebrew and Aramaic languages in the original translation accompanying the commentary. The reader will find adequate reference to the divergent interpretations of other scholars, with a thorough and erudite explanation of differences. Those unacquainted with the ancient languages can nevertheless read this volume with great profit. "A fresh and stimulating approach . . . . Thoroughly done . . . . A wholesome addition to the field of Old Testament study." - Review and Expositor "The author has made himself, in the space of a relatively few years, easily the foremost among conservative scholars of the Old Testament." - The Perkins School of Theology "Dr. Young makes it abundantly plain that the issue is not between good and bad, intelligent and obscurantist, scientific and unscientific scholarship... (but) between a believing scholarship and a skeptical and rationalistic scholarship." - Oswalt T. Allis Edward J. Young (1907-1968) was considered one of the ablest conservative scholars in the field of Old Testament, served for many years as Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia.… (more)

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