Original title: Symposium on Revelation - Book 1
Editor: Frank B. Holbrook
Publisher: Biblical Research Inst (January 1986)
Interest in the validity of the year-day principle, the Antiochus interpretation, and the judgment in Daniel 7 prompted the committee to publish its investigations in the book of Daniel in a piecemeal fashion. This book, volume 2 of a seven-part series on Daniel and Revelation, should be studied with the remaining volumes of the series.
This book is arranged in two divisions. The first deals with those essays dealing with crucial questions on authorship, unity, dating of the book's composition, and the origin of the Antiochus interpretation. The second division deals with exegetical studies on major passages in Daniel 2 and 8, noting certain links with chapters 11-12. Also included are word studies on key terms and expressions such as "evening-morning," "daily-continual," and "cleanse/make right."
Binding: Paper Back
Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing Association
Table of Contents
Guide to Transliteration
To the Reader