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Bible Symbols Decoded

BIBLE SYMBOLS DECODED
An Historicist View of Daniel and Revelation

Deroy L. Hanson, 2002

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A meticulously detailed analysis of the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation. As Daniel is often assumed by Bible scholars to be prophetic, not just about Danielís present but about the future of the Church as well, and most of Revelation seems to deal with predictions and discussion of the events that will end the world as we know it, Deroy L. Hanson compares and contrasts the two books in a scholarly attempt to discern what we are meant to know about the end times. He explains the various doctrinal divisions that exist in the eschatological arena and discusses how the different viewpoints dissect and interpret the prophecies contained in these books. 340 pages, appendix, glossary, index, illustrations.


A meticulously detailed analysis of the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation. As Daniel is often assumed by Bible scholars to be prophetic, not just about Danielís present but about the future of the Church as well, and most of Revelation seems to deal with predictions and discussion of the events that will end the world as we know it, Deroy L. Hanson compares and contrasts the two books in a scholarly attempt to discern what we are meant to know about the end times. He explains the various doctrinal divisions that exist in the eschatological arena and discusses how the different viewpoints dissect and interpret the prophecies contained in these books.

The two main schools of thought, the Futurist school and the Historicist school, hold opposing views: the Futurists believe that most of the prophecy in Revelation will be fulfilled during the Great Tribulation, following the Rapture of the Church by Jesus Christ; the Historicists believe that most of Revelation has already been fulfilled, concluding that it seems unreasonable to suppose that a major portion of Biblical prophecy must wait for fulfillment until after the Rapture of the Church. Hanson thoroughly explores both sides, explaining clearly and with copious Biblical references his suppositions and conclusions. Supported by detailed timelines and calendars, and a comprehensive explanation of the symbolism found in both Daniel and Revelation, Hanson presents in his book an educated, in-depth discussion of the end times as portrayed in the Bible.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Illustrations
Preface
Introduction

    PART ONE - Daniel

  1. Introduction to Daniel
  2. Nebuchadnezzar's Dream (Daniel 2)
  3. Minor Prophecies of Daniel (Daniel 3-6)
  4. The Four Animals (Daniel 7)
  5. The Ram and the Goat (Daniel 8)
  6. The Seventy Weeks (Daniel 9)
  7. Kings of the North and South (Daniel 10:7-11:35)
  8. Past, Present, or Future? (Daniel 11:36-45)
  9. Time of the End (Daniel 12)

    PART TWO - Revelation

  10. Introduction to Revelation
  11. The Seven Lamp Stands (Revelation 1)
  12. The Seven Churches (Revelation 2,3)
  13. The Heavenly Court (Revelation 4,5)
  14. The Seven Seals (Revelation 6 and 8:1)
  15. Saints are Sealed (Revelation 7)
  16. The Seven Trumpets (Revelation 8:2-9:21 and 11:15-19)
  17. The Little Book and Two Witnesses (Revelation 10-11:14)
  18. The Woman and the Dragon (Revelation 12)
  19. The Two Beasts (Revelation 13-14:5)
  20. The Seven Angels (Revelation 14:6-20)
  21. The Seven Vials (Revelation 15 and 16)
  22. Babylon the Great (Revelation 17 and 18)
  23. Christ Returns (Revelation 19)
  24. The Millennium (Revelation 20)
  25. The Eternal Kingdom (Revelation 21 and 22)

APPENDICES

I. Prophetic Time
II. Time-Grid Charts
III. Table of Numbers
IV. Meaning of Colors
V. Eschatological Outlines

Glossary of Symbols
Index


AUTHOR PROFILE

Deroy L. Hanson has studied the Bible, and the Book of Revelation particularly, for more than forty years. Bible Symbols Decoded: An Historicist View of Daniel and Revelation is his first book. A retired school teacher, he is married and lives in Arizona.


BOOK SPECIFICATIONS

340 pages, appendix, glossary, index, illustrations.
ISBN: 0805952810