Daniel 11:21 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 21 And there will stand up in his place a despicable one, and they have not conferred the majesty of the kingdom; and he will come in during a time of security and seize the kingdom by intrigue. Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175–163 B.C.E.) had been a political hostage in… Continue Reading →
Daniel 11:10-20 (226 – 175 B.C.E.) Daniel 11:10-13 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 10 “His sons will wage war and assemble a multitude of great forces, which will keep coming and overflow and pass through, and again will wage war up to his fortress. 11 Then the king of the south, moved with rage, will come out and… Continue Reading →
Daniel 8:17, 19, 26 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 17 So he came near where I stood. And when he came, I was frightened and fell on my face; but he said to me, “Understand, O son of man, that the vision is for the time of the end.” 19 And he said, “Look, I am making known to you what… Continue Reading →
The Kings of the South and the North Daniel 11:36-45 (the End Times) Some information from an earlier chapter is worth repeating as repetition for emphasis. Daniel 8:17, 19, 26 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 17 So he came near where I stood. And when he came, I was frightened and fell on my face; but he said… Continue Reading →
“Although the shortest of the major prophets, Daniel is referred to in New Testament prophetic passages more than any other Old Testament book. It also contains more fulfilled prophecies than any other book in the Bible.” – Max Anders; Kenneth Gangel
The Book of Joshua takes its name from the man who succeeded Moses as the leader of… The book can be divided into three sections: the conquest of Canaan (chapters 1–12), the distribution of the land among the Israelite tribes (chapters 13–22), and Joshua’s farewell address and death (chapters 23–24).
The Book of Chronicles is a Hebrew prose work, constituting part of Jewish and Christian scripture.
These books were designed to sustain the hopes and prayers of God’s people as they wait for God to fulfill his ancient promises. “Chronicles was a book of hope for its time. We will call the message of 1 and 2 Chronicles the ‘gospel according to Ezra.'” – Winfried Corduan; Max Anders.
“The two books of Kings were written originally as one book. Even though they describe events long ago and far away, they bring a message that is surprisingly current and relevant.” – Max Anders
David P. Wright argues that the Jewish Covenant Code is “directly, primarily, and throughout” based upon the Laws of Hammurabi. In 2010, a team of archaeologists from Hebrew University discovered a cuneiform tablet dating to the eighteenth or seventeenth century BC at Hazor in Israel containing laws clearly derived from the Code of Hammurabi. Is David P. Wright correct, was Moses a plagiarist? Very detailed answer in this article.