[b-hebrew] Daniel 9:24-27

Steve Miller smille10 at sbcglobal.net
Thu Dec 18 21:14:15 EST 2008

John Nelson Darby's theology is the foundation for fundamental Christianity.
His Synopsis of Daniel 9 is online at

A classic that you might find at a library is E. W. Hengstenberg's
"Christology of the Old Testament". I cannot find it online.

H.C. Leupold's "Exposition of Daniel" gets very detailed into the Hebrew.
Also not available online.

-Steve Miller
Run, speak to this young man, saying, Jerusalem shall be inhabited as
villages without walls for the multitude of men and cattle therein, and I,
says the Lord, I will be unto her a wall of fire round about, and will be
the glory in the midst of her. (Zechariah 2:4-5)
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> bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Jason Hare
> Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 4:06 PM
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> Subject: [b-hebrew] Daniel 9:24-27
> Shalom B-Haverim,
> I'm just wondering if anyone has information on the various views on
> the verses from Daniel 9:24-27 that I might use in a research paper on
> the subject. I have a copy of Mikra'ot Gedolot on the book of Daniel,
> in addition to some online resources and just a couple of
> religious-natured books. I'm interested in referencing a reputed
> non-religious position on the section, perhaps providing argumentation
> supporting the view that the events mentioned in the verses were
> accomplished in the time of Antiochus IV, or any other position that
> might add to the content of my paper. This might also be references
> regarding Ptolemy's record of the reigns of the Persian kings, etc.
> I appreciate any offlist insight I can gather from the various (and
> they are many!) positions that exist for the interpretation of these
> verses. Any insights into the Hebrew text would be treasured. I am not
> operating at all from an English translation but am providing my own,
> seeing that I don't even own a copy of the Bible in English anymore (I
> left them all in America when I moved to Israel, bringing only two
> copies of the Tanakh, a couple of Talmudic volumes and a siddur).
> However, I can always use more eyes in seeing things in the text that
> I may by routine simply overlook.
> Thanks in advance for any feedback, both onlist (in terms of
> linguistic analyses and journal references {nota bene: I don't have
> access to decent libraries - please send journals that can either be
> looked up online or accessed in either Tel Aviv University's library
> or that of Bar Ilan}) or offline (personal opinions on
> interpretations, etc.).
> בכבוד רב,
> ג'ייסון הייר (Jason Hare)
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