Excerpt from A Look Through the Lens of Prophecy, or What Daniel Saw and Heard
The reader who looks for any word voicing the opinions of the destructive critics, or one advanc ing some new brand of criticism on the market of unbelief, by way of introduction to our studies of Daniel, will be disappointed. The writer is but a babe in matters of faith. He takes the book as he finds it. It is given to the world by a servant of God. It is an historic and prophetic book. It comes from the one pen in the hand of Daniel. By our analysis we can find no place for a change of authorship in its historic narrative, or in its pro phetic vision. It came to the man most interested in God and the Jewish race, when that race was exiled, and God's promises for its future and its safety seemed to be withdrawn.
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