Most believe Darius the Mede was the general who invaded Babylon. This article presents new biblical understanding that it was someone else. So, who was Darius the Mede?
Antichrist appears to be buried in Ezek. 39 and Isa. 14, but the Beast is burned in Dan. 7 and Rev. 19. So is the Antichrist buried or burned or both?
This is Part Five of our series on Jesus’s use of Daniel in the Gospels. In the previous article (Part Four) we looked at how Jesus used Dan. 11-12 as the source for the Olivet Discourse. In that article we looked at the first half of that period. In this article we will complete our look at those links between Daniel, the Olivet Discourse, and the Great Tribulation.
When Jesus gave his great sermon on end times, he explained many of the prophecies in the Book of Daniel. This is the 3rd installment in the series and this one focuses on the Olivet Discourse and Book of Daniel.
In Daniel 6, we encounter the most famous episode in Daniel’s life, the night he spent in the lion’s den. Does it foretell Jesus’s death and resurrection? Was a picture of “Jesus in the Lion’s Den” yet to come?
The Gospels refer to and explain the Book of Daniel numerous times. The title Jesus chose for himself, the Son Of Man, was one of those references. This is the first part of a 3 part series on Jesus and the Book of Daniel.
A common question is will the Antichrist claim to be God himself. Many believe he will. Is this belief accurate?
Daniel’s prophecy of the “70 Weeks” may be the most important prophecy in the Bible and the most amazing. Its sweeping panorama allowed the wise in ancient Israel to know the exact timing of the arrival of Jesus upon his first coming. It also provides incredible details about Jesus’s second coming.
Every prophecy teacher has an opinion of what Daniel’s four beasts represent. Some consider them ancient kingdoms only, some consider them modern. What does the Bible say?
I think I’ve seen more diverse interpretations of Dan. 7 than almost any other chapter of the Bible. Nearly all of them focus on the four “wild beasts” found in the first few verses, but the beasts are not, and should not be the main focus of our understanding. What is Daniel 7 about? It is the outline of the entire end times. Let’s dig in.