4Rick Griffith, “Daniel” (PowerPoint presentation, Singapore Bible College, 2016), http://biblestudydownloads.org/resource/old-testament-survey/ (accessed 6 Nov 2016), slide 218.
25Griffith, “Daniel,” slide 244.
Griffith, Rick. “Daniel.” PowerPoint presentation, Singapore Bible College, 2016. http://biblestudydownloads.org/resource/old-testament-survey/ (accessed 6 Nov 2016).
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