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Daniel Chapter 8 Lesson

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QUIZ

    • In the second year of Nebuchadnezzar
    • In the fifth year of Darius
    • In the third year of Belshazzar
    • In the year Yahushua was born
    • In the palace of Babylon
    • In Jerusalem
    • In Egypt
    • In the palace in Shushan in the province of Elam
    • Babylon
    • Medo-Persia
    • Grecia
    • Rome
    • Babylon
    • Medo-Persia
    • Grecia
    • Rome
    • Nebuchadnezzar
    • Belshazzar
    • Cyrus the Great
    • Alexander
    • The four kingdoms into which Alexander’s empire split after the death of his two children
    • The four winds of heaven
    • The four corners of the earth
    • The four Gospels
    • Antiochus Epiphanes
    • [& later] Pagan, then papal Rome
    • Syria
    • Egypt
    • Because we are to look for a power originating from the Greek world sometime after 300 BC and before Rome‘s later supremacy
    • Because Antiochus lived in Syria
    • Because Antiochus was a great man, so he could not be represented by a little horn
    • Because Antiochus loved the Jews
    • Antiochus came from the north against Egypt, then invaded Armenia and Persia after oppressing Palestine.
    • He built Hadrian’s Wall
    • He built aqueducts in an east-west direction
    • He made Egypt a province in B.C. 30
    • He came from the north against Egypt.
    • He built Hadrian’s Wall
    • He built aqueducts in an east-west direction
    • He made Egypt a province in B.C. 30
    • The actions of his revenue official who appeared friendly, but he suddenly attacked and killed many Israelites
    • Islam
    • the rise of the United States
    • the role of the United Nations
    • Because Daniel wrote a long time ago
    • Because the Roman Catholic church says so
    • Because all Protestant commentaries before the year 1800 said so
    • The prophecy pertains to '2,300 evenings and mornings' and, in context, is about sanctuary sacrifices.
    • In 1798 by Maccabaeus with his men, led by the Lord [Yahuwah]
    • In 165 B.C. by Maccabaeus with his men, led by the Lord [Yahuwah]
    • In 1844 by Jonathan with his men, led by the Lord [Yahuwah]
    • In 1967 by Jonathan with his men, led by the Lord [Yahuwah]
    • Because he ate the king’s meat and drank his wine
    • Being told of future desolation of the temple etc., proved overwhelming, causing Daniel to faint and be sick.
    • Because he had a heatstroke during the vision
    • Because it was overwhelming to see the angel Gabriel
    • That the Grecian empire arose after the Persian
    • Bible Prophecy is sure and sometimes fulfilled in very minor details.
    • That Antiochus Epiphanes was a bad man
    • That prophets see angels in trances
    • Bible Prophecies can have broader implications for later manifestations.