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Men's Breakfast and Book Study | Hope in the Midst of a Hostile World: The Gospel According to Daniel

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Every Tuesday until March 24, 2020

6:00am – 7:00am

Location: Ford Plaza, Omelette Cafe, 10060 Ford Avenue, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Category: Men's Breakfast and Book Study | Coordinator: Bobby Wise

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16-lessons from The Gospel According to the Old Testament series.  Books are available for purchase. When: Tuesday mornings for 1 hour, except on Nov. 26, Dec. 24, and Dec. 31. Contact: Bobby Wise, bobbywise84@yahoo.com.

Like Daniel and the Israelite exiles in Babylon, we too are strangers and exiles in this world. We too are waiting for the coming of the Son of Man, who has received the kingdom from the Ancient of Days, to establish his kingdom on earth. Schwab demonstrates how believers living among unbelievers, and as citizens of countries with increasingly hostile governments, have opportunity to reveal God-inspired wisdom and discover hope as they look to Christ. 

Key Features:
· Calls Christians to discover hope as they look to Christ
· Unpacks what it means to be strangers and exiles in the world
· Includes accessible redemptive-historical exegesis
Part One: Reading Daniel as One Book

1. How to Read Daniel
2. Why Narrative? Why Apocalyptic?
3. Daniel as a Wisdom Book
4. The Paradigm
Part Two: The Aramaic Portion: The Gold and Silver Ages
5. Nebuchadnezzar’s Head
6. Nebuchadnezzar’s Feat
7. Nebuchadnezzar’s Stump (Insanity)
8. The Handwriting on the Wall
9. Worshipping Man
10. The Cloud Rider
Part Three: The Hebrew Portion: The Bronze Age
11. The Penultimate Little Horn
12. Sanity
13. The Handwriting on the Scroll
14. War in Heaven
15. War on Earth
Part Four: Epilogue
16. How Long until the End?
Author:  George M. Schwab (M.Div., Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is associate professor of Old Testament at Erskine Seminary. He is also a teaching elder and a trained biblical counselor. Dr. Schwab has written numerous articles in Old Testament studies and is a contributor to the Expositor Bible Commentary series.