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Prayer Songs Offering Bible Study Song Lord’s Supper Announcements Prayer. At the conclusion of the Old Testament Jews back from Babylonian captivity Under domination of the Medio-Persian empire Temple rebuilt, priests descended from Aaron serving in temple No king

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Prayer

Songs

Offering

Bible Study

Song

Lord’s Supper

Announcements

Prayer

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At the conclusion of the Old Testament

Jews back from Babylonian captivity

Under domination of the Medio-Persian empire

Temple rebuilt, priests descended from Aaron serving in temple

No king

No divisions into various social, economic, religious parties

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At the beginning of the New Testament

A totally different world

Rome is dominant power in the world, Jews under their control

They have a king: the family of Herod

Priests no longer from Aaron, priesthood now a political office

Temple still center of worship but synagogues are found in Jewish cities

Divided into three parties: Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes

NT books and letters filled with allusions to events, people, institutions not found in the OT

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There are 400 years of silence between the events recorded in Malachi and the world described in the Gospels.

One cannot be a well-rounded Bible student and be ignorant of what occurred during these four centuries.

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FromMalachi

to Christ:

Between the Testaments

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Over a period of some 69 years Daniel had a series of 4 visions regarding 4 world kingdoms plus the kingdom of God.

These visions, objectively studied, provide some of the finest evidence we have for the verbal inspiration of the Bible.

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Thank God for the book of Daniel! Let

the liberals and skeptics be ashamed

and hang their heads in disgrace for

their attacks upon it.

Homer Hailey

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Daniel’s foreknowledge and explicit details concerning the 4 kingdoms and their rulers are such that no one could have projected such things without Divine assistance.

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These prophecies also cover the 400 years between the testaments and accurately foretell various people and events within that period.

Many of the events taking place during this period have a direct impact upon NT history. One cannot appreciate the latter without an understanding of the former.

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Deut 18:20-22

20 But the prophet who speaks a word presumptuously in My name which I have not commanded him to speak, or which he speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet shall die. 21 You may say in your heart, “How will we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?” 22 When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.

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2 Peter 1:20-21

20 But know this first of all, that no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one's own interpretation, 21 for no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God.

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Daniel’s 1st prophecy of Media-Persia605 BC

Media-Persia ascended to prominence 539 BC

605-539 =66 years prior to fulfillment

Daniel’s 1st prophecy of Greece605 BC

Greece ascended to prominence 330 BC

605-330 =275 years prior to fulfillment

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Daniel’s prophecy of Alexander the Great 547 BC

Alexander the Great rose to power 330 BC

547-330 =217 years prior to fulfillment

Daniel’s 1st prophecy of Rome605 BC

Rome ascended to prominence 63 BC

605-63 =542 years prior to fulfillment

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605

  • 2:36
  • 2:39
  • 2:39
  • 2:40
  • 549
  • 7:4
  • 7:5
  • 7:6
  • 7:7-8,
  • 24-25
  • 547
  • 8:3,4,20
  • 8:5,
  • 21-22
  • 536
  • 11:1-2
  • 11:3-4
  • 11:36-45
  • Babylon 626-539 BC
  • Media-Persia 539-330 BC
  • Greece 330-63 BC
  • Rome 63 BC
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605

  • 2:36
  • 2:39
  • 2:39
  • 2:40
  • 549
  • 7:4
  • 7:5
  • 7:6
  • 7:7-8,
  • 24-25
  • 547
  • 8:3,4,20
  • 8:5,
  • 21-22
  • 23-25
  • 536
  • 11:1-2
  • 11:3-4
  • 11:5
  • 11:6
  • 11:21-35
  • 11:32b-35
  • 11:36-45
  • Babylon 626-539 BC
  • Media-Persia 539-330 BC
  • Greece 330-63 BC
  • Alexander the Great
  • Egypt323 BC
  • Syria204 BC
  • Antiochus Epiphanes175 BC
  • Maccabees168 BC
  • Rome 63 BC
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The Synagogue

The Sanhedrin

The dispersion

Hellenism

Koine Greek

The Septuagint

The Apocrypha

The Dead Sea scrolls

The Pharisees and Sadducees

The Herods

  • Babylon 626-539 BC
  • Media-Persia 539-330 BC
  • Greece 330-63 BC
  • Alexander the Great
  • Egypt323 BC
  • Syria204 BC
  • Antiochus Epiphanes175 BC
  • Maccabees168 BC
  • Rome 63 BC