THE BOOK OF DANIEL
The book of Daniel is named after its writer, Daniel, a young Jewish captive who was taken to exile in Babylon in the company of other young men who the conquering masters felt would be of use to them. The book itself is very detailed and provides a wealth of information, principles, insights, and lessons that are both helpful and applicable to our Christian lives.
Three themes; identity, integrity, and allegiance to God, will feature throughout the reading. While paying attention to key details and themes addressed in the book, we aim to instill and sharpen three key skills of studying the Bible in the long run; Observation, Interpretation, and Application.