Book of Daniel

  1. an Old Testament book that tells of the apocalyptic visions and the experiences of Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar
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  • In the book of Daniel the hand that traces the warning words upon the walls of Belshazzar's palace traces them "_upon the plaster of the wall_" (DANIEL v. 5). A History of Art in Chaldæa & Assyria, v. 1
  • Doctorow later spoofed the epideictic mode in The Book of Daniel. Too isolated, too insular?
  • In the third book of Daniel Silva's eight-volume series about the art restorer and on-call Mossad agent Gabriel Allon, the action begins with the murder of a researcher who has been investigating a secret World War II pact between Nazi Germany and the Vatican. Secret Agents Featured in Series
  • In the book of Daniel, chapter 3:1 to 2, the Bible tells us that Nebuchadnezzar made a huge image of gold about 60 cubits high and six cubits wide.
  • JACK KENNY, CREATOR, "THE BOOK OF DANIEL": Jesus represents the best part of Daniel. CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2006
  • Being premillenialists, however, they were not Biblical literalists and had no problem constructing elaborate symbologies from, for example, the book of Daniel.
  • R. Laird Harris thus argues not only for the full canonicity of the book of Daniel but also its inclusion among the prophetic books in the most ancient Hebrew collections.
  • Like the canonical book of Daniel and the non-canonical book of Enoch, Revelation is the account of a dream (and for those of you who insist on divine authorship, consider this: if Revelation were written today, the author would be sued successfully for blatant plagiary by Enoch's familial estate). Scott Cheshire: I Dream of Jesus--As Barack and Hillary Join the Collective Unconscious
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