Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel — Links to Each Article

I thought it might simplify things to have a “table of contents” for all the articles I posted on Daniel. I promise my next post will be about something different! πŸ™‚

Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel — Introduction
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 1
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 2
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 3
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 4
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 5
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 6
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 7
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 8
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapter 9
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel Chapters 10-12
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel — Conclusion
Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel — Aftermath
Family Ties: Nebuchadnezzar, Nabonidus, Belshazzar, and Nitocris

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16 thoughts on “Skeptical Bible Study: Daniel — Links to Each Article”

  1. […] Problems in the Book of Daniel In Daniel 5, the writer refers to Belshazzar as the son of Nebuchadnezzar 7 different times. Yet we know from multiple contemporary sources that Belshazzar’s father was Nabonidus, who was not related to Nebuchadnezzar. The same chapter says that Darius the Mede took over Babylon, but this person does not seem to have ever existed. Daniel says that he was the son of Ahaseurus, and in mentioning this, the author of Daniel indicates that he was thinking of a later ruler — the persian emperor Darius the Great, whose son was Ahaseurus. This post in particular goes into the problems surrounding the 5th chapter, but if you’d like to learn about the problems in the rest of the book, you can access each article in the series here. […]

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