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  • Daniel and the Revelation (Hardback) by Uriah Smith

Daniel and the Revelation (Hardback) by Uriah Smith

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This classic masterpiece by beloved theologian Uriah Smith examines in great detail the prophetic books of Daniel and the Revelation in clear and easy-to-understand terms. Uses a very simple method letting the Scriptures interpret the Scriptures.
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What is the mark of the beast? Is it a chip? A bar code? A worldwide currency? Or something altogether different?

And what about the beast's image? Angels? Winds, seas, horns, and plagues?

This classic masterpiece by beloved theologian Uriah Smith examines in great detail the prophetic books of Daniel and the Revelation in clear and easy-to-understand terms. Using a very simple method — letting the Scriptures interpret the Scriptures — this book answers all of these inquiries and more, showing the clear and unmistakable consistency of the prophetic record.

Divided into two sections, the first half deals with the book of Daniel, with each chapter corresponding to a chapter in the Old Testament writing. The second half is similarly structured, with each chapter parallel to the chapter it examines in the book of Revelation.

It's the perfect time to get this book, as understanding these Bible books has never been more important and misunderstanding has been so widespread.

If you have serious questions and want solid and logical answers to what these books mean, this book is a must read.
  • Plus, this revised edition simplifies and clarifies the original. All the sources drawn upon by the author have been verified, and in some instances new evidence found to fortify the prophetic interpretations.

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Number of Pages 686
Running Time N/A
Author Uriah Smith
Publisher Remnant Publications
Book Type Hardcover

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Uriah Smith


Uriah Smith was a gifted church leader—a teacher, writer, editor, poet, hymn writer, inventor, and engraver. His family were Millerite Adventists, so at age 12 he experienced the 1844 disappointment. Around that time, his infected left leg had to be amputated above the knee. In later life he invented an artificial leg with flexible knee and ankle joints. Late in 1852 he became a Sabbath-keeping Adventist. Early the next year he joined James and Ellen White in Rochester, New York, in publishing work.

As Review editor, Smith became “pastor” to many isolated Adventists who could not regularly attend church services. His wit and his scholarship graced hundreds of articles and editorials. His public speaking also blessed many thousands. The last words he wrote, directed to the 1903 General Conference, were: “I am with you in the endeavor to send forth in this generation this gospel of the kingdom, for a witness to all nations. And when this is completed, it will be the signal for the coronation of our coming King.” At age 71, Smith died of a stroke on his way to the Review office.

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