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The point that led me to reject his approach as apologetic rather than objective was his willingness to accept the biblical account of the Egyptian enslavement of the Israelites and the Exodus led by Moses.

He never addressed the contextual incredibility of leading 2.5 to 3 million people out of Egypt.

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It describes why the book of Daniel should be considered a product of the early Persian era and not the much later Maccabean period.

The book contains a discussion of how the Hebrew language changed during the Old Testament era, and how this can be used to help date the books of the Old Testament.

It is divided into two main parts: history and prophecy.

The first six chapters are the history section, telling of a Jew named Daniel of royal descent, who was taken captive along with the rest of the people from the city of Jerusalem.

This book is the best I've ever seen on this subject. As I read through the book I carefully underlined key observations, facts and conclusions, and entered notes of my own, interacting with almost every page.

The indexes and references are extensive and quite useful.

It relates the fact that God is in control, and how He protects His faithful servants.

The second section can either be construed as prophecy, or history containing some prophecy, depending on the date one assumes that the book was written.

If it weren't for the great details here, most people could assume that the book was written in the sixth century, and that the author got lucky with his vague allusions.

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