Book of Daniel and Revelation Prophecy ChartsOf course, someone from another field may lay claim to that same credit for theirs; and that is understandable. However, since theology is a study that goes beyond the known sciences, and has to pull from the unfamiliar realm of the unknown in order to state and, at times, substantiate its case, makes it a most unique endeavor. There are instances, and areas of study that no human being, living or dead, was present to produce empirical evidence as to their validity. As such, maybe the most profound aspect of all theology is the area of Gods self-disclosure, which we call revelation; for had He not taken the initiative to reveal certain things about Himself, we would not have had the faintest clue of his Being Eschatology the Doctrine of Last Things itself is the most recent division to theology, so says Millard J. Erickson, in his book Contemporary Options in Eschatology p12 , quoting James Orr; but that does not exempt it from the same rigid scrutiny as those that preceded it. An eschatologist, like all other theologians, must be eternally vigilant in seeking to be objective in his approach to the subject. Many Students and scholars alike seem unaware, that being hooked unto a particular doctrine, or school of thought, or even more specifically, having gravitated to a denominational position on an issue, the assumption is made that every other aspect of that denomination or school of thought is 1.
Understanding Daniel and Revelation
The Bible gives an extra blessing and promise to those who will devote themselves to a study of Daniel and Revelation:. Behold, I come quickly Blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book. Many shall be purified, made white, and refined, but the wicked shall do wickedly; and none of the wicked shall understand, but the wise shall understand. Encouragement from the pen of Mrs. Ellen White:.
This series explains in simple terms the relationship between these two books of the Bible. Each book will be reviewed to better understand the meaning of the symbolic language used in both and the message that the writers were communicating to their readers as well as a modern application for today's Christian. This introductory lesson will situate the historical setting for the book of Daniel and its relationship to the Book of Revelation. A background look at the person Daniel and the circumstances surrounding his exile from Jerusalem to Babylon as well as a first description of the dream that forms the basis for Daniel's prophecies. A review of the outline of the book and overview of the major events in Daniel's life while exiled in Babylon. This study begins to examine the visions Daniel has about future kingdoms and relates them to actual historical facts. Aside from the four main visions recorded in Daniel's book, he makes additional prophecies that give more detailed accounts of what took place between the major events mentioned in the four initial visions.