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The Book of Daniel: Its Significance and Meaning
SIDIC (1978)
  • Asher Finkel, Seton Hall University
Abstract
A phenomenological examination of the Book of Daniel and its apocalyptic meaning within the rabbinic and Christian traditions. This article was reprinted in Dor le Dor 11 (1983):181-188.
Keywords
  • Book of Daniel,
  • Daniel,
  • Daniel 11:2-12:4,
  • Daniel 11,
  • Dan 11,
  • Dainel 12,
  • Dan 12,
  • rabbinic,
  • Talmud Bava Batra,
  • Ezra,
  • Neh 8-10,
  • Nehemiah 8-10,
  • Seder Olam Rabba,
  • Mal 3,
  • Malachi 3,
  • Tosefta Sanhedrin,
  • Jesus,
  • II Macc 2,
  • 2 Macc 2,
  • 2 Maccabees 2,
  • I Macc 1,
  • 1 Macc 1,
  • 1 Maccabees 1,
  • 1 Macc 2,
  • 1 Maccabees 2,
  • I Macc 9,
  • 1 Macc 9,
  • 1 Maccabees 9,
  • Essenes,
  • Matt 24,
  • Matthew 24,
  • Kittim,
  • Romans,
  • Ephraim,
  • Pharisees,
  • Manasseh,
  • Hasmoneans,
  • Judah,
  • Maskil,
  • Dan 7,
  • Daniel 7,
  • Daniel 12,
  • Apocalyptic literature,
  • angelology,
  • patrons of nations,
  • archangel Michael,
  • Gabriel,
  • Ezek 14,
  • Ezekiel 14,
  • Exodus 19,
  • Ex 19,
  • tannaitic commentary,
  • Mishnah Avot,
  • Isaiah 56,
  • Isa 56,
  • Esther Rabba,
  • Belshazzar,
  • Nabodinus,
  • Esther 8,
  • Est 8,
  • Egyptian Hallel,
  • Talmud Shabbat,
  • Berakhot
Publication Date
1978
Citation Information
Asher Finkel, "The Book of Daniel: Its Significance and Meaning." SIDIC 11.3 (1978): 4-7.