Anticipating The End Times: A Concise Commentary on The Book of Daniel
By: Malcolm Davis
This book is a concise and readable commentary on the Old Testament book of Daniel. Daniel was a young Jewish captive who became a prominent statesman in the administrations of most of the Babylonian emperors, and the early Persian emperors too. He lived in momentous times of world empires, and prophesied a great deal about the end times of world history.
There are many current indications that we today are approaching the end times of which he wrote. This means that the book of Daniel is very relevant to us; therefore we need to understand its contents and message urgently. Also, Daniel is a good example to Christians today of how a faithful believer should live for God in a troubled world. His autobiography is his spiritual legacy to us, which we would do well to study carefully and give heed to at this time.
Malcolm Davis was brought up by Christian parents in Colchester, Essex. In June 1951 he trusted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour and in January 1956 was baptised and received into assembly fellowship. He graduated from Oxford University, having studied Classics and Hebrew. After qualifying as a Librarian, he spent five years at Cambridge University Library. He then became an Assistant Librarian at the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds, specialising in Semitic languages. He has written many published articles on Biblical subjects.
Publisher: John Ritchie Ltd (2010)
Weight (lbs): 0.40
Size (inches): 5.25×7.75
Author: Davis, Malcolm