Bible Study: Book of Daniel

 Danny Boy  

The Book of Daniel contains stories that entertain and encourage but also presents what can be a baffling array of interpretations and literary types. Join us as we sort these out and explore this fascinating scripture from the perspective of God and his Providence. Come and learn more about Daniel’s unique position as a bridge between the Old and New Testaments, the several references to it in the New Testament and how it affects our understanding of Jesus as the Messiah.

To reserve a spot, please contact Amanda at Amanda.Rayburn@dor.org or Rick Halsted at rhalsted@frontiernet.net or leave word at the parish office, 334-3518; and, if you would like, you can reserve a copy of the text that we will be using--the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible booklet “Daniel”

Sessions will take place at these times and venues:

  • Starting Wednesday evening, October 17 at 7–8:30 pm at Guardian Angels in room 4 and continuing for seven weeks. 
  • Starting Thursday morning, October 18 at 9–10:30 am at St Joseph’s Church hall and continuing for seven seeks. 

Click on the links below for lesson handouts and references outside the text: