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  1. Introduction to Daniel - {PDF Copy} - (An introduction to Daniel with background information)
  2. Empires Rise and Fall - {PDF Copy} - (Imperial hubris is the legacy of the Tower of Babel, humanity’s first but certainly not attempt to establish the World Empire)
  3. Land of Shinar - {PDF Copy} - (In Daniel, the arrogant acts of Nebuchadnezzar parallel the incident at the Tower of Babel from Genesis)
  1. In Plain Sight - {PDF Copy} - (The “word to return and restore Jerusalem” is identified clearly at the start of the “seventy weeks” prophecy in chapter 9 of Daniel)
  2. A Second "Little Horns"? - {PDF Copy} - (The “little horn” is named in two visions. Is it the same figure in each case, or two different individuals?)
  3. Desolating Abomination - Context - {PDF Copy} - (Literary context is vital for understanding the Abomination that Desolates in the book of Daniel)
  4. The End of the Indignation - {PDF Copy} - (The “war against the saints” will terminate after the period of a “time, times, and part of a time”)
  5. The Son of Man - {PDF Copy} - (The images of the “Son of Man” figure from Daniel are applied to Jesus and his “saints” in the New Testament  Daniel 7:13-14)
  6. The Missing Seventy Weeks - {PDF Copy} - (The book of Revelation does not apply the Seventy Weeks to any of its images or chronologies)
  7. Daniel in Revelation - The Time of Fulfillment - {PDF Copy} - (How the Book of Revelation applies prophecies from Daniel)
  8. Little Horn - Identity - {PDF Copy} - (The Little Horn described in Daniel fits perfectly with the known history of the Seleucid king, Antiochus IV)
  9. Unsealing Daniel - {PDF Copy} - (Daniel was commanded to “seal the scroll,” whereas, in Revelation, John was commanded NOT to seal the scroll)

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        [City of Ancient Babylon]


        Second Trumpet

        Redemption of the Nations