Chapter 8 in the book of Daniel tells of Daniel’s vision of a two-horned ram destroyed by a one-horned goat (a possible allegory for the transition from the Persian to the Greek eras in the Near East), followed by the history of the “little horn”, which is Daniel’s code-word for the Greek king Antiochus Epiphanes.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 8 of the book of Daniel.
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This resource, The Intolerable Acts – U.S. History Notebooking Project, has been designed to aid students in creating a thorough and organized History project. If you want students to do a deeper dive into the ‘Coercive Acts’ passed by the British Parliament in response to the Boston Tea Party, this is the resource.
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In Chapter 7 of Daniel, Daniel has a vision of four beasts coming up out of the sea, and is told that they represent four kingdoms:
This is explained as a fourth kingdom, different from all the other kingdoms; it “will devour the whole earth, trampling it down and crushing it”. [v.23] The ten horns are ten kings who will come from this kingdom .[v.24] A further horn (the “little horn”) then appears and uproots three of the previous horns: this is explained as a future king.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 7 of the book of Daniel.
In Chapter 5 of the Book of Daniel, Belshazzar plays a significant role in the tale of Belshazzar’s feast, a variation on the story of Nebuchadnezzar’s madness showing what happens when a gentile king does not repent. During a feast, Babylonians eat and drink from the holy vessels of Yahweh’s temple, and “king” Belshazzar sees a hand writing the words mene, mene, tekel, upharsin on a wall. Daniel interprets the writing as a judgment from Yahweh, the god of Israel, foretelling the fall of Babylon. Daniel tells Belshazzar that because he has not given honor to God, his kingdom will be given to the Medes and Persians. Belshazzar is killed that night, and Darius the Mede takes the kingdom.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 5 of the book of Daniel.