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Westminster Bible Companion: Daniel
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Westminster Bible Companion: Daniel


Westminster John Knox 2003

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The book of Daniel is concerned with religious persecution. Daniel's message in this apocalyptic text, however, assures that God will deliver those who trust God, refuse to worship other Gods, and keep Jewish tradition in the face of persecution. C. L. Seow examines this difficult and provocative book and explores its relevance to faith and the church today.

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Key Features

  • Provides a powerful interpretation of the book of Daniel
  • Unfolds the various contexts and principles found in Scripture
  • Helps prepare pastors, students, and laity relay the Bible's teaching in a clear way


  • Daniel and His Friends at the Babylonian Court
  • Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
  • The Fiery Furnace
  • The Humbling of Nebuchadnezzar
  • Belshazzar and the Handwriting on the Wall
  • Daniel in the Lions’ Pit
  • Monsters, Divine Judgment, and the Coming of a Humanlike One
  • The Ram, the Goat, and the Interpretation of Gabriel
  • Daniel’s Prayer and the Predicted End of Desolation
  • The Final Revelation: Prologue
  • The Final Revelation: Back to the Future
  • The Final Revelation: Postscript

Praise for the Print Edition

To be sure, this commentary is supposed to engage Christian theology, but it is better to do so by showing how the book, interpreted critically in its historical context, speaks to the life of faith. The great merit of this excellent commentary is that. . . it does precisely that.

John J. Collins, Holmes Professor of Old Testament, Yale University

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About Choon-Leong Seow

Choon-Leong Seow is Henry Snyder Gehman Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary.