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Daniel 12:10 indicates that "those who have insight will understand." Then the following verse mentions the timing of the abomination of desolation (Dan 12:11). These two statements are mentioned together in Matthew 24:15. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Matt-24.15c-Daniel-12.10-11.pdf

The best translation of Daniel 11:45 is that of the New International Version, "He will pitch his royal tents between the seas at the beautiful holy mountain. Yet he will come to his end, and no one will help him." https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Dan-11.45a-NIV.pdf

Daniel 11:40-45 is written as a chiasm where vocabulary from the first section is used in reverse order in the second. The center which is being emphasized lists the three nations which will be delivered from the hand of the antichrist; Edom, Moab, and Ammon, and three nations which he will conquer: Egypt, Libya, and

The 490 years of Daniel 9:24-27 stretch from the decree to restore Jerusalem in 444 B.C. to the second coming of Christ. There is a gap between the sixty-ninth and seventieth weeks in which Jesus was crucified and Jerusalem was destroyed by the Romans (Dan 9:26), In the seventieth week the antichrist will make a

The books of Daniel and Revelation are unique in their respective testaments for their eschatological emphasis. A unique fact about Daniel is that the first half of the Hebrew canon has almost exactly the same number of words as the second half when Daniel is excluded. Daniel was in a separate category all of it

What would the order of the books of the Old Testament canon have to do with the interpretation of Daniel? The last three books of the Hebrew canon from the first century A.D. were Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah, and Chronicles. Ezra-Nehemiah initially was one book as was First and Second Chronicles. Second Chronicles ends with a verb,

Daniel 10:21 defines Michael as the restrainer referred to in 2 Thessalonians 10. Daniel 12:1 shows what happens next. When Michael ends his restraint of Satan (Dan 12:1), he casts Satan out of heaven where he has been the accuser of the brethren (Rev 12:7-9), Satan gives his authority to the antichrist who makes war

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words or themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Daniel 12 the center is that the final prophesied event of the end times

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words or themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Daniel 11:40-45, the emphasis is on the three counties that are rescued from the

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words or themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. The central statement in a chiasm is what is being emphasized. Daniel in 11:36-37 is apparently indicating that the antichrist will be a homosexual (Dan 11:37b). This would not