Course: The Book of Daniel

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Thomas Howe, Ph.D.

Module 5 Course(s) (June 6th-11th | Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm-10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm)

OT428/528 Daniel Syllabus

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DESCRIPTION


An in-depth study of the book of Daniel focusing on the prophetic message as the paradigm for understanding biblical Prophecy…The prophecies of the book of Daniel are foundational for an understanding of a Dispensational/Premillenial perspective, and forms the basis for an understanding of all prophecy. Additionally, an in-depth study of Daniel sets forth the principles of a grammatico-historical hermeneutic methodology and demonstrates these principles by an exegesis of the book.

OBJECTIVES


  1. By producing a research paper, students will be able to set forth and discuss the issues related to authorship and dating of the Old Testament book of Daniel.
  2.  By producing a research/exegetical paper, students will be able to discuss and defend a Dispensational and Premillennial eschatological perspective of the prophecies of Daniel vis-à-vis Preterist interpretations.

 REQUIRED RESOURCES FOR THE COURSE


Howe, Thomas A. Daniel in the Preterists’ Den: A Critical Look at Preterist Interpretations of Daniel. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2008. ISBN 978-1556352737. — Or — Howe, Thomas A. Daniel in the Preterists’s Den. Classnotes.

Jordan, James B. The Handwriting on the Wall: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel. Powder Springs, Georgia: American Vision, 2007. ISBN 09158156305

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The above is a summary of the course that is being offered by Southern Evangelical Seminary. If you would like to see the detailed description of this course and what is expected of students, please view the syllabus. If you are interested in enrolling in this class, please contact Southern Evangelical Seminary or click the button to request more information. 

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