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Daniel - Kingdoms in Conflict (Reading The Bible Today Series)

Daniel - Kingdoms in Conflict (Reading The Bible Today Series)

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KINGDOMS IN CONFLICT is a significant and outstanding new contribution to the excellent, non-technical READING THE BIBLE TODAY series, which is ideal for group and individual Bible study. Chaplain at Macquarie University, a minister at St Chads Putney, and a former National Director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Andrew Reid has extensively field tested the material in this commentary with various campus groups. An ideal resource to help you discover all that the book of Daniel has to say to you about Jesus. 248 pages, from Aquila.

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About "Daniel - Kingdoms in Conflict (Reading The Bible Today Series)"

KINGDOMS IN CONFLICT is a significant and outstanding new contribution to the excellent, non-technical READING THE BIBLE TODAY series, which is ideal for group and individual Bible study. Chaplain at Macquarie University, a minister at St Chads Putney, and a former National Director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Andrew Reid has extensively field tested the material in this commentary with various campus groups. An ideal resource to help you discover all that the book of Daniel has to say to you about Jesus. 248 pages, from Aquila.
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Non-technical commentary on the Old Testament Book of Daniel. The first section presents a general overview of Daniel, while the second section examines the book chapter by chapter. The author is the Anglican chaplain at Macquarie University, Sydney, and is also active in parish work.
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Meet the Author

Andrew Reid

Reverend Andrew Reid has a rich background in ministry, having been national director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (1984-1990), Deputy Master of Robert Menzies College at Macquarie University in Sydney, senior minister of St Matthew's Anglican Church, Shenton Park, Western Australia, church planter at Curtin Community Church, and lecturer in Old Testament at Ridley College, Melbourne. He is currently lead pastor at Holy Trinity Doncaster in Melbourne.

His publications include Postcard from Palestine, Kingdoms in conflict: Reading Daniel today, Salvation begins: Reading Genesis today, and commentary on 1 and 2 Samuel



Table Of Contents

  • Foreword; Reading Daniel Today 1; 1. Why Read Daniel? 2. The Trouble With Daniel; 3. The Shape Of Daniel; 4. How To Read This Book; 5. The World Of Daniel; Reading Daniel Today 2; 6. Knocked Down But Not Knocked Out; 7. The War Of Kings; 8. Understanding The Kingdom Of God; 9. When The Heat's Turned On; 10. The Cost Of Discipleship; 11. No Longer Human; 12. The Writing Is On The Wall; 13. Understanding The Kingdom; 14. Choosing Your Allegiances; 15. Shutting The Mouths Of Lions; 16. One Like A Son Of Man; 17. Pondering Dreams And Visions; 18. Understanding The Kingdom Of God; 19. Reaching For Heaven; 20. An End Time 'in Sight'; 21. How Long, O Lord? 22. Living With God's Answer; 23. A Heavenly Messenger; 24. Bright Shining As Stars; 25. Understanding The Kingdom Of God; 26. Some Final Reflections; Maps; 1. The Events Of G05bc; 2. Walting For The End

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5 stars By Hoa, Jun 02 2017
Reid gives a non-technical and easy to read explanation of Daniel that isn't shallow. He tackles Daniel passage by passage, explaining the details of the text, modern day application and giving discussion questions. He has a heavy emphasis on the theme of the kingdom of God, with extra chapters spread throughout the book tying this theme together. He also shows how the book of Daniel points towards Jesus. Accessible and helpful, highly recommended.
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4 stars By Aaron, Oct 22 2016
Reid writes a helpful commentary on a rather complicated book of the bible. He keeps to the overall story of Daniel and avoids unnecessarily being carried away in attempts to allocate meaning to certain numbers and symbols in the book of Daniel.
This is not a verse by verse expositional commentary of the passage, but it should be a detailed enough resource to help understand the book of Daniel for personal reading and bible study preparation. 
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