Daniel is a difficult book about the meaning of history, and people today need its message. Joyce Balwin claims that the church needs to be counting on the certainties proclaimed in Daniel–that God is constantly overruling and judging in the affairs of men.
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About the Author
Joyce G. Baldwin (B.A., B.D.) was principal of Trinity College, Bristol, and wrote several volumes in the Tyndale Old Testament Commentary series. She died in 1996.
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Baldwin, Joyce G., (Author)
Inter-Varsity Press (2009)