Daniel the Prophet (M. R. DeHaan Classic Library)

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The messages in this volume were first prepared for broadcasting purposes, and then later slightly corrected for publication in book form. One of the first rules in the study of the Book of Daniel is to remember that this Book is primarily and first of all a prophecy, dealing with things which still lie in the future, and that Daniel was primarily a prophet. Daniel should, therefore, be read and studied in connection with the last book of the Bible, the Revelation of Jesus Christ, given by the Holy Spirit to John. Daniel occupies the same office among the Old Testament writers as John the Seer, the writer of the Apocalypse, does in the New Testament. Both deal with the events of this age in which we live and the end time which in the broad sense covers this entire dispensation and in the narrower sense refers to the end of this dispensation and particularly the days preceding and during the Tribulation. It will be highly profitable to those who are interested in the study of this book, to first of all read through the twelve chapters of Daniel and then with a thorough knowledge of its contents read this volume, realizing that no exposition of the Scripture can ever take the place of the Scripture itself. Martin R. DeHaan was a well-respected Bible teacher and pastor as well as founder of the Radio Bible Class.

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M. R. De Haan (1891-1965) spoke to millions of listeners each week for some twenty-seven years on the Radio Bible Class broadcast. His academic training included a degree fro Hope College, a medical degree from the University of Illinois Medical College, and further study at Western Theological Seminary. He was the author of more than twenty books and countless daily devotionals in Our Daily Bread, published by RBC Ministries of Grand Rapids, MI.

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