in Evangelical Exegetical Commentary

by J. Paul Tanner

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Pages 864
Publisher Lexham Press
Published 2020
ISBN-13 9781683593096
In this volume from the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, Paul Tanner argues that the book of Daniel is the Old Testament blueprint of the Bible's overarching eschatological narrative. Tanner examines key aspects of the book of Daniel such as the revelation of Israel's future in relation to gentile kingdoms, God's exaltation of Daniel as a channel through whom he reveals his will and God's sovereign control of the nations under whom Israel is being disciplined. Tanner provides exegetical insight to help readers better understand not only how God worked in Israel's history through Daniel, but how he sovereignly directs all of world history—for all time.


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GB GB September 17, 2021
It is hard to grasp the vast number of hours that Dr. Tanner has obviously spent prayerfully and carefully studying the Old Testament book of Daniel. Add to that the tremendous number of pages written by many current, past, and even ancient theologians that Dr Tanner has likewise studied. His commentary is insightful and practical for anyone who is serious about increasing their knowledge of what is contained in the book of Daniel. Readers can benefit greatly as they deepen their personal relationship with Christ. I absolutely recommend this book as the primary commentary to go to if a deeper understanding of Daniel is sought.
Drsloan Drsloan August 25, 2021
This is the best, most detailed commentary on Daniel that you will find. Dr. Tanner deals with every issue in such amazing detail. You will love this commentary.
Mjrini Mjrini July 30, 2021
Excellent, just excellent! Perhaps the Best commentary on the Book of Daniel ever written! I highly recommend this commentary!
Sergio Castrillón Sergio Castrillón January 8, 2021
This is an up-to-date premillennial interpretation of Daniel with ample interaction with scholarship and a bold defense of the 6th-century date. Even if one does not agree with everything he says, this is a mandatory commentary on any serious Daniel student's shelf.