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The human and the divine in history : Herodotus and the book of Daniel

Author: Paul Niskanen
Publisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark International, ©2004.
Series: Journal for the study of the Old Testament., Supplement series ;, 396.
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The Human and the Divine in History investigates the possibility that the author of Daniel knew and drew upon the Histories of Herodotus. Daniel uses and develops Herodotean concepts such as the succession of world empires, dynastic dreams, and the focus.
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Niskanen, Paul.
Human and the divine in history.
London ; New York : T & T Clark International, ©2004
(DLC) 2004426773
(OCoLC)72870287
Named Person: Herodotus; Hérodote; Herodotus.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Niskanen
ISBN: 9780567330376 0567330370
OCLC Number: 276362095
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 143 pages).
Contents: Abbreviations; Chapter 1 HERODOTUS AND BIBLICAL STUDIES; Chapter 2 DANIEL AND CLASSICAL STUDIES; Chapter 3 THE HUMAN IN HISTORY; Chapter 4 THE DIVINE IN HISTORY; Chapter 5 DANIEL'S THEOLOGY OF HISTORY; Appendix: THE TEXT OF DANIEL 11.2B; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors.
Series Title: Journal for the study of the Old Testament., Supplement series ;, 396.
Responsibility: Paul Niskanen.

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Old Testament Abstracts: The Catholic Biblical Quarterly/ Vol. 29, 2006--Sanford Lakoff

 
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