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A Commentary on Daniel by Leon Wood
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Studio: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.81" Width: 6.24" Height: 0.79" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Jun 11, 1998
Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
ISBN 157910133X ISBN13 9781579101336
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More About Leon Wood
Leon J. Wood (1918-1977) fue profesor de Antiguo Testamento en el Seminario Bautista de Grand Rapids de 1945 a 1975, y se desempeno como decano de 1952 a 1973. Obtuvo su doctorado en filosofia de la Universidad del Estado Michigan y escribio varios libros. En espanol se ha publicado, ademas de la presente obra, "Panorama historico de Israel".
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Best premillenial presentation of Daniel Apr 16, 2001
I have persued the study of the book of Daniel for 20 years, of all the commentaries I have read this one is the best. The author is a careful exegete and shows considerable evenhandedness in discussing some of the tough issues in the book. The author holds to a 5'th century date and sees the fouth kingdom as Rome. Wood deals with the greek words for the musical insturments and also answers modern critics,(though not as well as Josh McDowell) The only volume that even comes close to this one from a premillineal perspective is Walvoord's book. Chapter nine is well done and clear using Andersons dating. For a fuller presentation of the premellinal position Culver's work is great. This is one of the best overall! The other authors that deserve a place on your shelf are; Walvoord,Robert Dick Wilson,D.J.Wiseman,Wooley,Whitcomb. And of course Wood.
A Commentary on Daniel Jun 9, 2000
This is an excellent, theologically conservative, commentary on the Book of Daniel. He clearly and persuasively explains the relationship between historical events and the prophetic passages. He does a good job explaining the likely significance of the prophecies not yet fulfilled.