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Symposium on Daniel is a major work on the reliability and interpretation of the book of Daniel and its prophecies. It features major essays on Daniel 8 and its significance to the sanctuary doctrine.

. Two opposing interpretations are applied currently to the prophecy of Daniel 9:24–27. One argues that it centers upon Antiochus Epiphanes (second century B.C.). The other holds that its focus is on Jesus of Nazareth and events in Palestine under the Romans in the first century A.D. The writer opts for the second view since all the factors fit best when applied to Jesus. The first view may be rejected for at least three reasons: 1. The 490 year period (70
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