Browsing the archives for the Daniel category

A Chronology for the Events in Daniel 9

As with my last post, I realize that not everyone studies their Bibles and comes to a premillennial and pretribulational understanding of end times. However, my own study has led to such conclusions, which is true of my church, and here are some notes from my study this past couple of weeks. The chronology below […]

How Daniel 9:24–27 Helps Us Understand Mark 13:14–23

I realize that not everyone shares my conviction of a premillennial and pretribulational understanding of what will take place in the future. I do, as does my church, and we have been working through the Olivet Discourse in Mark 13. For any curious readers, I would encourage being a Berean and looking up the verses […]

An Overview of Daniel

A Focus on Daniel Daniel served God as an exile in Babylon from roughly 605 to 536 B.C. (cf. 1:1–6; 10:1). He was taken in the first of three deportations by Babylon, the last being in 586 B.C. (cf. 2 Kgs 24:8–20; 25:1–7). 1:1–2:4a and 8–12 are written in Hebrew, and the focus of these […]