Excerpt from Voices From Babylon: Or the Records of Daniel the Prophet The treatment Of these sacred Voices in the follow ing Lectures is but little in the vein of most of the commentaries and treatises on the subject. Whilst the best and worst of modern criticism and exegesis on Daniel have been consulted, and much of real worth has thus been found and appropriated, the pur pose has rather been to restate the contents of the Book in the direct import Of its own terms, and thus to revive and vindicate the Older and truer conceptions of the Church with regard to these magnificent prophecies.
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