There is a bit of debate regarding who the author of Daniel is for reasonable reasons. Ultimately, God the Holy Spirit is the divine author of Daniel. As a prophecy, it fits squarely within 2 Peter 1:20-21 which says, “no...

In reading the book of Daniel, there are some themes that thread the entire story together. Here are a few examples: 1. God’s people should be faithful because our God is faithful. Throughout Daniel, God is faithful. In response to God’s faithfulness,...

As you read the Bible, especially the Old Testament, it can be difficult to make sense of all the kings and nations. This is especially true in Daniel as his prophetic missionary ministry in Babylon continued throughout the reign of...

The genre of literature that Daniel falls into is apocalyptic prophecy. Using highly symbolic language, the book speaks of the following periods of history: The past commands and warnings of God serve as the backdrop for God’s people being conquered by...

As you read Daniel, you will find the following three kinds of people. The point is to show you your options on which kind of person you will be and how you will live your life during your Babylonian exile...

Behind the reality that we see is the reality that God sees. In addition to human life, God also created divine life referred to throughout the Bible as angels, stars (because they are between us and God in creation), cherubim,...

As we enter an election year, Christians will be increasingly torn in their loyalties as politics will dominate the media and social media. Sadly, a sense of pressured urgency has already begun to polarize Christians into warring factions. It is...