Definition of Book of the Prophet Daniel
1. Noun. An Old Testament book that tells of the apocalyptic visions and the experiences of Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar.
Generic synonyms: Book
Group relationships: Old Testament, Hagiographa, Ketubim, Writings
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Literary usage of Book of the Prophet Daniel
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1. Help to the Reading of the Bibleby Benjamin Elliott Nicholls by Benjamin Elliott Nicholls (1858)
"On the Book of the Prophet Daniel, 285. § vi. On the Book of the Prophet Hosea, 287. § vii. On the Book of the Prophet Joel, 288. § viii. ..."
2. A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament, with Devotional and by Job Orton (1806)
"т The BOOK of the PROPHET DANIEL. INTRODUCTION. T\ A NIE L va» of the teed royal of the king» ..."
3. Literature of Theology: A Classified Bibliography of Theological and General by John Fletcher Hurst (1896)
"Lond.: Seeley, 1845. 6s. CALVIN, JOHN. Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel. See p. 26. COWLES, HENRY, DD See under ..."
4. The arguments of the books and chapters of the Old (and New) Testament, with by Jean Frédéric Ostervald (1833)
"THE Book of the Prophet Daniel. ARGUMENT. • Daniel was very remarkable for his holiness, his great zeal, and the revelations he received. ..."