Alan R. Millard on the Historical Accuracy of Daniel

In 2012 Crossway published an impressive collection of 21 essays defending the historical reliability of the Bible under the title Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? The publishers have kindly granted permission for Theology on the Web to host Alan Millard’s contribution to that volume, dealing with the accuracy of Daniel’s account of Babylon:

Alan R. Millard, “Daniel in Babylon: An Accurate Record?” James K. Hoffmeier & Dennis R. Magary, eds. Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture. Crossway, 2012. Pbk. ISBN-13: 978-1433525711. pp.263-280.

You can download a copy in PDF here.

Thomas McCall’s essay on religious epistomology (Chapter 1) is also available here.

Welch’s The Work of the Chronicler (1939) now available on-line

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Professor Adam C. Welch’s 1938 Schweich Lectures of the British Academy (1938) are now available on-line – the work became public domain on 1st January this year:

Adam C. Welch [1864-1943], The Work of the Chronicler: Its Purpose and Its Date. The Schweich Lectures of the British Academy 1938. London: Oxford University Press, 1939. Hbk. 163.

Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology Vol 12 now on-line

Volume 12 of the Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology is now available on-line here.

Christopher Newton, “Divine Purpose and Prophecy,” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 12 (2013): 1-17.

Deseree Whittle, “Engaging Rastas,” 18-33.

Las G. Newman, “Can Jamaica Be Restored?” 34-47.

D.V. Palmer, “New Testament Theology,” 48-92.

Gosnell L. Yorke, “A Review of John Paul Heil’s Ephesians,” 93-99.

Taneika Wedderburn, “Valedictorian,” 100-104.

Devon Dick, “Our Sin-Filled Life and God’s Forgiveness,” 105-112.