Daniel

Rabbi Bieler presents a study in Daniel.

The book of Daniel describes the life and times of a Jewish individual in the court of Nevuchadnezzar of Babylon, following the destruction of the First Temple. Daniel and his colleagues have to navigate the difficult situation of serving as court Jews on behalf of a powerful individual who is not initially respectful of their beliefs or practices Interesting parallels between the lives of Daniel and other “court Jews,” Yosef, Esther and Mordechai, can be drawn.

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Daniel 1 Source Sheet
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Daniel 7 Source Sheet
Daniel 8 Source Sheet
Daniel 9
(audio is in 2 parts)

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Daniel 10-12 Source Sheet