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Apocalypticism in the Bible and Its World by Frederick J. Murphy; William Reiser (Foreword by); Alan Avery-Peck (Foreword by); Alice Laffey (Foreword by)See: "Daniel and the Animal Apocalypse," pp. 67-92.
In this volume, Frederick Murphy defines apocalypticism while discussing its origins, where it comes into play in the Hebrew Bible, and how it relates to Jesus and the New Testament.
Daniel's Spiel by Jin Hee HanJin Hee Han's book identifies the main agenda behind the creation of the book of Daniel, explaining how Daniel promotes an alternative discourse in opposition to the Hellenistic regime in the second century B.C.E.
The book of Daniel forms a bridge between Israel’s classical prophetic literature and the genre apocalypse. Daniel has often been classified among the prophets, but it also stands apart. An examination of revealed knowledge and textual authority in Daniel clarifies the relationship among Daniel, earlier prophets, and Mesopotamian divinatory wisdom.
The Apocalyptic Vision of the Book of Daniel by John J. Collins
Book of Daniel by John J. Collins (Editor); Peter W. Flint (Editor)In this collection of new essays, more than thirty leading scholars from Europe, North America and Israel examine the Composition and Reception of Daniel.
The Book of Daniel and the Apocryphal Daniel Literature by Lorenzo DiTommasoThis volume illuminates the full extent of the corpus of ancient and mediaeval apocryphal Daniel literature. It is the first study to examine the Daniel legenda, the apocryphal apocalypses, and the prognostica as discrete categories of texts and to evaluate their generic relationship to the biblical Book of Daniel.
Daniel by C. L. SeowThe 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.
The Book of Daniel by Louis F. Hartman; Alexander A. Di LellaThe Anchor Bible series offers new, book-by-book translations of the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha, with commentary. This volume on the Book of Daniel has been prepared by two distinguished biblical scholars from the faculty of the Catholic University of America: Alexander A. Di Lella, Professor of Old Testament, and the late Louis F. Hartman, Professor of Semitic Languages.
Daniel by John J. Collins; Adela Y. Collins (Contribution by); Frank Moore Cross (Editor)The most comprehensive English-language commentary on Daniel in 65 years. Collins situates the Old Testament in its historical context and offers a full explanation of the text, especially its religious imagery.
The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Volume I by James H. Charlesworth (Editor)See: "Apocalypse of Daniel, a new Translation and Introduction."
Key second-temple texts with introductions and notes by an international team of scholars. This collection of Jewish and Christian writings shed light on early Judaism and Christianity and their doctrines.