What We Believe: Prophecies of Daniel for Teens
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There's a lot of strange stuff going on in Daniel's book. He wrote it a long time ago, so does it really have anything to do with us today? Can Daniel really tell us what to expect in the future? If you've ever wondered about this intriguing part of the Bible, the Prophecies of Daniel for Teens is a perfect book for you.
There's a lot of strange stuff going on in Daniel's book. First comes the giant statue made of different metals, which is smashed to smithereens by a gigantic rock. Then the four beasts: a lion with eagle's wings, a humpbacked bear, a leopard with four wings, and some kind of indescribable beast with ten horns and iron teeth. If animals aren't confusing enough, Daniel uses a lot of weird words. What is an "abomination of desolation"? What kind of language is "mene, mene, tekel, upharsin"? Besides, Daniel wrote his book a long time ago, so does it really have anything to do with us today? Can Daniel really tell us what to expect in the future? If you've ever asked these questions, the Prophecies of Daniel for Teens is a perfect book for you.
Clever, captivating and clear, Seth Pierce's Prophecies of Daniel for Teens offers an exceptional and understandable guide to Bible prophecy and end time revelations. Seth is comprehensive, yet concise, addressing many of the questions that naturally come to young minds about these profound passages. Seth's wit is comical yet contextual, making the too often heavy topic of prophecy more approachable. I do not recommend Prophecies of Daniel for Teens to young people only. All ages will find his book fascinating and enlightening.
A. ALLAN MARTIN, PhD, CFLE, Young Adult Ministries Coordinator, North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists
Exciting stuff about an exciting book! Seth has done it again, packaging timeless truths in language that meets teens on their own turf.
- GEORGE R. KNIGHT, Professor Emeritus of Church History, Andrews University
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