This collection brings Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) perspectives to two important and widely studied prophetic books—Daniel and Revelation. In Daniel: Vision of the End Doukhan looks at Daniel from a literary viewpoint, focusing primarily on the prophet’s 70-week prophecy. In Revelation of Jesus Christ, Ranko Stefanovic provides a historicist perspective on the Apocalypse of John. Both volumes offer lay-oriented exposition, making this collection perfect for scholars, students, pastors, and laypeople alike.
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- Analyzes Daniel from a literary standpoint
- Presents a historicist perspective and verse-by-verse commentary on Revelation
- Daniel: Vision of the End by Jacques B. Doukhan
- Revelation of Jesus Christ: Commentary on the Book of Revelation, 2nd ed. by Ranko Stefanovic