meaning of book of daniel

book of daniel meaning in General Dictionary

an Old Testament guide that tells for the apocalyptic visions plus the experiences of Daniel into the court of Nebuchadnezzar

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Nor is it possible to follow the theory of Merx, that Aramaic, which was the popular tongue of the day when the Book of Daniel was written, was therefore used for the simpler narrative style, while the more learned Hebrew was made the idiom of the philosophical portions.

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