Often we read the book of Daniel in one of two ways: either as a book about a heroic man whose righteousness should inspire us to keep the faith, or as a roadmap to the end times that reveals the day and hour of Christ’s return. Bryan Chapell reminds us the book isn’t ultimately about Daniel or the end of days—it’s about Jesus. God is the hero of this story, and he is in the midst of his unrelenting plan to rescue his people from their sin and its consequences. Pastors, teachers, and Christians who want to learn how to faithfully understand the book of Daniel—without getting derailed by hero worship or prophetic mysteries—will value this grace-centered approach.
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A tour de force of biblical theology. This is an example of the kind of preaching that should be found in every pulpit.
—R. Albert Mohler Jr., president, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Bryan Chapell is a great Bible teacher. He helps us see our Messiah and his mission through the book of Daniel.
—Mark Driscoll, pastor, Mars Hill Church
Chapell has been at the forefront of a resurgence in Christ-centered exposition, persuasively arguing that all of Scripture demonstrates the grace of God which culminates in the person and work of Jesus Christ. In this new and welcomed volume, Dr. Chapell goes beyond merely telling us how this can be done to showing us what such an interpretation actually looks like.
—Justin Taylor, coauthor, The Final Days of Jesus
This book is spectacular. If you want to learn how to see Christ in all of Scripture and grace for all of life, or if you plan to read, teach, or preach Daniel, then be sure to read it.
—Justin S. Holcomb, professor of theology, Reformed Theological Seminary and Knox Theological Seminary