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The Coming Prince by Sir Robert Anderson
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An essential book to read when studying Daniel.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0825421152, Paperback)

One of the most exhaustive works ever written on Daniel's Seventieth Week and the coming Antichrist, featuring a complete chronology.

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'This classic interpretation of the book of Daniel, dealing with the prophecy of the ninth chapter in particular, has long been considered a standard volume in the field, often quoted, and original in its fresh exposition of Daniel's seventy weeks...this book belongs on the shelf of every pastor and layman intelligent in the study of the prophetic Word.' -Dr. John F. Walvoord… (more)

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