Showing the evidence that supports the authenticity of Daniel – 72pp CSM
There are few today who are aware of the sheer historical excellence of the Book of Daniel. Archaeological and documentary evidences combine in the most remarkable way to demonstrate – in defiance of all the critics – its historical accuracy and authenticity. That evidence is presented in this book, and is fully documented. Why it is not more widely known is down to the systematic suppression of evidence that has been applied over the last century and a half by academe to all the books of the Bible, but to Daniel especially. It’s not that scholars have been unaware of the evidence. Quite the contrary. But they have simply refused to allow it to reach the public. Here that evidence is laid bare, from the Babylonian records in which the names of Daniel and his friends appear – along with their respective careers during the Captivity – to the remnants of bricks and mortar which have been brought to the light of day by the archaeologist’s trowel. This book should revolutionise everyone’s thinking about the Book of Daniel – Bible reader and scholar alike.