BIBL 450 Test 1

Liberty BIBL 450 Test 1 Answers

Set 1

  1. According to Daniel’s interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, the head of gold on the statue is representative of Nebuchadnezzar and the Neo-Babylonian kingdom.
  2. According to Towns & Ice, the Davidic Covenant is the basis for a future dispensation known as the “kingdom age,” also known as the “millennium.”
  3. According to Miller, the “Book of Truth” (Daniel 10:21) refers to the book containing the identity of the saints from all generations.
  4. According to Miller, the personage described in Daniel 10:5-6 is Christ himself.
  5. The term “Antichrist” is explicitly used throughout Daniel chapter 9.
  6. In Daniel’s prophecies, the Antichrist is always associated with the final phase of the Roman Empire (the fourth kingdom).
  7. The Greek word apokalypsis simply means to “unveil” or “disclose.”
  8. The book of Daniel was originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic.
  9. According to Miller, the “prince of the Persian kingdom” could have been Satan himself.
  10. The “one like a son of man” in Daniel 7:13-14 is the Messiah, Jesus Christ. Jesus later quotes this verse during his trial indicating his self identification as the Messiah.
  11. In Daniel chapter 2, Nebuchadnezzar has a dream including a statue representative of future kingdoms, and a rock cut out of a mountain that crushes the statue.
  12. The vision of Daniel 7 concludes with the coming of a final kingdom, which is understood by Miller as Christ’s kingdom.
  13. The handwriting on the wall was written in Aramaic, and said, “MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PARSIN,” which literally means, “Numbered, numbered, weighed and divided.”
  14. Belshazzar, the last king of Babylon, was the literal biological son of Nebuchadnezzar, the first king of Babylon. Such a short dynasty came as a result of the judgment of God.
  15. According to Miller, the ten toes of the statue (Daniel 2:40-45) refer to an eschatological ten-kingdom confederacy.
  16. According to Miller, Daniel 11:36-45 continue to speak of the exploits of Antiochus IV Epiphanes; these verses do not transition to the description of an eschatological ruler, the Antichrist.
  17. According to Miller, the end of the 2,300 days where “the saints would be trampled underfoot” occurred when Judas Maccabeus cleansed and rededicated the temple on December 14, 164 BC.
  18. The Jewish feast of Hanukkah is a commemoration of the cleansing and rededication of the temple that took place in 164 B.C, and is referenced in Daniel 8:14.
  19. According to Miller, the vision of Daniel 7 parallels the dream of Daniel 2, and thus both passages should be interpreted in light of one another.
  20. The prophecy of the seventy weeks (Daniel 9:24-27) should be understood as consisting of “weeks” of years.
  21. Daniel 12:2 is widely recognized as the most explicit reference in the Old Testament to the resurrection of the individual.
  22. In Daniel chapter 2, Nebuchadnezzar threatens to kill all of the magicians and astrologers of the land for failing to bow down and worship him as a divine king.
  23. The kingdom that defeated the Babylonian Empire was the Greek Empire under the rule of Alexander the Great.
  24. According to Miller, the “time of trouble” or “time of distress” referenced in Daniel 12:1 corresponds to the Great Tribulation period.
  25. The “time, times, and half a time” referenced in Daniel 12:7 is a reference to the three and one half year Great Tribulation period.
  26. The “patron angel of Israel” from Daniel 12 is the angel Moroni.
  27. The “contemptible person” described in Daniel 11:21 through 11:35 is the historical figure Antiochus Epiphanes IV.
  28. Daniel 11:1 reveals that angels evidently rely upon one another for strength and support; in 10:13, 21 Michael comes to Gabriel’s aid, and in 11:1 we find that Gabriel had supported Michael.
  29. Antiochus Epiphanes IV was generally recognized as a friend to the Jews during the Maccabean period, and is recognized in Daniel as a type of Christ.
  30. According to Miller, Nebuchanezzer’s newfound conviction that “Yahweh, the God of Israel,” was truly great, “the Most High God (Dan 3:28-29),” demonstrates a turn to monotheism.
  31. The person described in Daniel 11:36-45 is one and the same with the “little horn” of Daniel 7 and the “ruler who will come” in Daniel 9:26.
  32. Miller suggests that the phrase “the one desired by women,” as describing the Antichrist, implies that the Antichrist will be a homosexual.
  33. According to Daniel 10, Michael the archangel is actually Jesus Christ.
  34. Chronological references to both the prince of Persia and the prince of Greece (Dan 10:20) demonstrate the continual and regular influence of Satan upon the affairs of world history.
  35. According to Pentecost, the Kingdom of God is present in the church, and yet still awaits fulfillment in the millennial reign of Christ. However, the theocratic rule of God is revealed by different characteristics between these dispensations.
  36. Daniel 11:5-20 comprise a very detailed history of the ongoing conflicts between two divisions of the Greek Empire, the Ptolemaic (Egyptian) and the Seleucid (Syrian), from the death of Alexander (323B.C.) until the reign of Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175 – 163 B.C.).
  37. Scholars are in general agreement that the “mighty king” of Daniel 11:3 is Alexander the Great.
  38. Scholars are in general agreement that Daniel 8:9 (out of four “notable ones” grew a “little horn”) is a reference to the historical figure of Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175 – 163 B.C.).
  39. Daniel chapters ten through twelve constitute the details of one revelation: the preparation for the vision (10:1 – 11:1), the contents of the vision (11:2 – 12:3), and final instructions to Daniel (12:4-13).
  40. Daniel’s seventy weeks are divided into 7 weeks, 62 weeks, and a final week.
  41. The defeat of Babylon occurred after the city walls were besieged for 3 years. The final defeat of Babylon was a bloodbath of great carnage.
  42. The biblical text describes Cyrus the Persian as the one who took over the kingdom from Belshazzar.
  43. In the Old Testament, the phrase “abomination of desolation” occurs only in the book of Daniel. However, Jesus refers to this phrase from Daniel in the Olivet Discourse and applies its fulfillment to an eschatological event – the abomination of the Antichrist.
  44. The seventieth week of Daniel is typically associated with the seven year period of the tribulation.
  45. The two historic Grecian dynasties described by Daniel as the “kings of the north” and the “kings of the south” are the Ptolomaic and the Seleucid dynasties.
  46. Historically, Jerusalem was destroyed by the people of the “ruler who will come” in 70 AD.
  47. The four beasts of Daniel chapter 7 correspond with the same representative kingdoms of the statue in Daniel chapter 2. These kingdoms are traditionally recognized as Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome.
  48. According to Miller, the “man clothed in linen” from Daniel 12:6-7 is Christ.
  49. In Daniel’s vision of the Ram and the Goat (chapter 8), the Ram represents Medo-Persia, and the Goat represents Greece.
  50. The various narratives and visions of Daniel are set within the context of the 8th century BC.

Set 2

  1. Daniel’s seventy weeks are divided into 7 weeks, 62 weeks, and a final week.
  2. According to Miller, the cosmic conflict unveiled in Daniel 10 suggests that angelic forces can inspire and influence human governments and their leaders.
  3. The Greek word apokalypsis simply means to “unveil” or “disclose.”
  4. In Daniel chapter 2, Nebuchadnezzar threatens to kill all of the magicians and astrologers of the land for failing to bow down and worship him as a divine king.
  5. The large horn of the goat is typically recognized to represent the Grecian conqueror, Alexander the Great.
  6. The Jewish feast of Hanukkah is a commemoration of the cleansing and rededication of the temple that took place in 164 B.C, and is referenced in Daniel 8:14.
  7. According to Miller, the ten toes of the statue (Daniel 2:40-45) refer to an eschatological ten-kingdom confederacy.
  8. In the Old Testament, the phrase “abomination of desolation” occurs only in the book of Daniel. However, Jesus refers to this phrase from Daniel in the Olivet Discourse and applies its fulfillment to an eschatological event – the abomination of the Antichrist.
  9. In Daniel chapter 4, Nebuchadnezzar has a dream in which he is represented by a great tree that is cut down to the stump.
  10. According to Miller, the “time of trouble” or “time of distress” referenced in Daniel 12:1 corresponds to the Great Tribulation period.
  11. The vision of Daniel 7 concludes with the coming of a final kingdom, which is understood by Miller as Christ’s kingdom.
  12. According to Miller, the “prince of the Persian kingdom” could have been Satan himself.
  13. Scholars are in general agreement that Daniel 8:9 (out of four “notable ones” grew a “little horn”) is a reference to the historical figure of Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175 – 163 B.C.).
  14. The person described in Daniel 11:36-45 is one and the same with the “little horn” of Daniel 7 and the “ruler who will come” in Daniel 9:26.
  15. Miller suggests that the phrase “the one desired by women,” as describing the Antichrist, implies that the Antichrist will be a homosexual.
  16. According to Daniel 10, Michael the archangel is actually Jesus Christ.
  17. According to Miller, the seventy weeks prophecy begins with the event of the decree of Cyrus for the Jews to return home from Babylon. This decree was given in 538 BC.
  18. Antiochus Epiphanes IV was generally recognized as a friend to the Jews during the Maccabean period, and is recognized in Daniel as a type of Christ.
  19. Daniel 12:2 is widely recognized as the most explicit reference in the Old Testament to the resurrection of the individual.
  20. The prophecy of the seventy weeks (Daniel 9:24-27) should be understood as consisting of “weeks” of years.
  21. The seventieth week of Daniel is typically associated with the seven year period of the tribulation.
  22. According to Pentecost, the Kingdom of God is present in the church, and yet still awaits fulfillment in the millennial reign of Christ. However, the theocratic rule of God is revealed by different characteristics between these dispensations.
  23. According to Miller, the vision of Daniel 7 parallels the dream of Daniel 2, and thus both passages should be interpreted in light of one another.
  24. The Babylonian name given to Daniel was “Belteshazzar.”
  25. According to Miller, the reference to “many will go here and there” during the end time period (Dan 12:4) is a reference to an increase in travel during the end of the age.
  26. The term “Antichrist” is explicitly used throughout Daniel chapter 9.
  27. According to Miller, the little horn that arises from among the ten horns of the fourth beast represents the Antichrist.
  28. Daniel 11:5-20 comprise a very detailed history of the ongoing conflicts between two divisions of the Greek Empire, the Ptolemaic (Egyptian) and the Seleucid (Syrian), from the death of Alexander (323B.C.) until the reign of Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175 – 163 B.C.).
  29. By the time Daniel’s final recorded vision takes place (10:1), Daniel would have been an old man, over seventy years removed from the time when he was taken to Babylon in captivity.
  30. According to the biblical text, at the end of the sixty nine weeks, the Anointed One will be “cut off”.
  31. In Daniel’s vision of the Ram and the Goat (chapter 8), the Ram represents Medo-Persia, and the Goat represents Greece.
  32. The kingdom that defeated the Babylonian Empire was the Greek Empire under the rule of Alexander the Great.
  33. The being who fights against the “Prince of Persia” in Daniel 10 is Michael the Archangel.
  34. According to Miller, the golden statue in Daniel 3 was a statue of Nebuchadnezzar himself.
  35. According to Miller, Daniel 8:8 (the “large horn was broken”) prophetically references the death of Alexander the Great on June13, 323 B.C.
  36. According to Miller, the personage described in Daniel 10:5-6 is Christ himself.
  37. The result of Daniel’s “diet” is suggested by Miller as evidence of a biblical mandate against eating meat (i.e., according to Miller, the Bible is “pro-vegetarian”).
  38. Nebuchadnezzar’s response to Daniel after having interpreted the dream (Daniel 2:46-49) was to command that Daniel be cast into the den of lions for prophesying of the fall of Babylon.
  39. According to Miller, the “Book of Truth” (Daniel 10:21) refers to the book containing the identity of the saints from all generations.
  40. According to Miller, the end of the 2,300 days where “the saints would be trampled underfoot” occurred when Judas Maccabeus cleansed and rededicated the temple on December 14, 164 BC.
  41. The “ruler who is to come” (Daniel 9:26) is typically associated with the eschatological Antichrist.
  42. The four beasts of Daniel chapter 7 correspond with the same representative kingdoms of the statue in Daniel chapter 2. These kingdoms are traditionally recognized as Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome.
  43. The handwriting on the wall was written in Aramaic, and said, “MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PARSIN,” which literally means, “Numbered, numbered, weighed and divided.”
  44. Chronological references to both the prince of Persia and the prince of Greece (Dan 10:20) demonstrate the continual and regular influence of Satan upon the affairs of world history.
  45. After Daniel’s rescue from the lion’s den, Darius had the men who falsely accused Daniel cast into the lion’s den, along with their wives and children. The biblical text, however, indicates that Daniel petitioned the king on the behalf of these people, and the king rescued them from this punishment.
  46. According to Miller, the “man clothed in linen” from Daniel 12:6-7 is Christ.
  47. According to Miller, Nebuchanezzer’s newfound conviction that “Yahweh, the God of Israel,” was truly great, “the Most High God (Dan 3:28-29),” demonstrates a turn to monotheism.
  48. The “time, times, and half a time” referenced in Daniel 12:7 is a reference to the three and one half year Great Tribulation period.
  49. Belshazzar, the last king of Babylon, was the literal biological son of Nebuchadnezzar, the first king of Babylon. Such a short dynasty came as a result of the judgment of God.
  50. Miller concludes that Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah refused to eat the royal wine and food because of the prohibitions within the levitical law code and because the food and wine was likely first offered in pagan sacrificial rites.
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