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Prophecies of Daniel Made Simple



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By Seth J. Pierce

ISBN: 0816349487 | 128 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2014

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Daniel wrote his book a long time ago, so does it really have anything to do with us today? Can Daniel really tell us what to expect in the future? 

The symbolism in the book of Daniel can be difficult to understand. First comes the giant statue made of different metals, which is smashed by a gigantic rock. Then the four beasts: a lion with eagle’s wings, a hump-backed bear, a leopard with four wings, and some kind of indescribable beast with ten horns and iron teeth. 

If the symbolism isn’t complicated enough, the book of Daniel uses a lot of unfamiliar words. What is an ‘abomination of desolation”? What kind of language is “mene, mene, tekel, upharsin”? If you’re not confused yet, there are four major schools of thought about how to interpret all these things! 

If you’ve ever found Bible prophecy difficult to understand, Prophecies of Daniel Made Simple is a perfect book for you. Using interesting illustrations and thoughtful questions, author Seth Pierce will make the symbolism clear, clarify the unfamiliar terms, and explain what the prophecies meant for the prophet Daniel and what they have to say to us today. 

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Daniel wrote his book a long time ago, so does it really have anything to do with us today? Can Daniel really tell us what to expect in the future? 

The symbolism in the book of Daniel can be difficult to understand. First comes the giant statue made of different metals, which is smashed by a gigantic rock. Then the four beasts: a lion with eagle’s wings, a hump-backed bear, a leopard with four wings, and some kind of indescribable beast with ten horns and iron teeth. 

If the symbolism isn’t complicated enough, the book of Daniel uses a lot of unfamiliar words. What is an ‘abomination of desolation”? What kind of language is “mene, mene, tekel, upharsin”? If you’re not confused yet, there are four major schools of thought about how to interpret all these things! 

If you’ve ever found Bible prophecy difficult to understand, Prophecies of Daniel Made Simple is a perfect book for you. Using interesting illustrations and thoughtful questions, author Seth Pierce will make the symbolism clear, clarify the unfamiliar terms, and explain what the prophecies meant for the prophet Daniel and what they have to say to us today. 

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Seth J. Pierce


Seth J. Pierce is the author of The Misadventures of Peter Paul Pappenfuss series, the best-selling What We Believe for Teens, and, most recently, Prophecies of Daniel for Teens, and Prophecies of Revelation for Teens. He enjoys making complex concepts accessible for readers. He lives in Washington State with his beautiful wife, Angela, and three lovely daughters, Maddie, Chloe, and Natalie. Seth enjoys speaking and writing, and would love to hear from you. Find him at www.sethjpierce.com.

 
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Dynamic Study Guide for everyone!

Bought this awesome new read and study guide at the ABC Sunday Sale at Camp meeting yesterday, "Prophecies of Daniel Made Simple," by awesome author, Seth J. Seth Pierce. Excellent format for small study groups in easy to understand language especially for those without a Biblical background or those with English as a second language. Check it out for your church or home study group. My only regret is I did no buy a dozen or more copies at the Sunday Book Sale, but I will pick up more.