As Paul told Timothy, the Scriptures are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. What I like about this Biblical theology of Daniel, is that it is Christ centered. This is especially evident in chapter 10, on typology. This work ultimately recognizes God's plan of salvation through Christ unfolding in the book of Daniel. You haven't correctly understood the Scriptures, until you've seen them pointing to salvation in Christ. This work is generally sound, and passes this fundamental test, by seeing and giving preeminence to Christ. Not everyone will agree on every point of this work. The author evidently holds to a post-tribulation rapture view. He thinks the woman in Revelation 12 is representative of Mary, the church, and "the people of God" in general. He does not seem to see much distinction between Israel and the church in Revelation. Rather than recognizing a gap between the 69th and 70th week (stated as "after the 69th week", but before the 70th week in Daniel 9), he views the 70th week as spanning all the time between Christ's two advents. He sees the first time, times, and half a time (3.5 years), as the time from Christ's arrival until the man of sin is revealed, and the second half as 3.5 literal years, which he attributes to those days being "shortened" for the elect's sake. Even though in Matthew 24, we see that a sheep/goat judgment will prohibit unbelievers from entering the kingdom, the author views the unregenerate nations as surviving the return of Christ, living through the entire 1,000 year reign of Christ, then being stirred up against Christ at the end of the thousand year reign, and ultimately destroyed. This is possibly his solution to the problem of populating the millennial kingdom, if all believers are raptured and receive a glorified body upon Christ's return after the Tribulation. This work also gave me a lot of fresh insights. The author strengthened my understanding of Daniel, by showing how Daniel interpreted other Scripture, and how other parts of the Bible interpret the book of Daniel. It shows the broad types and patterns that developed along the course of God's revelation, ultimately pointing to Christ. I recommend this book as a good read for anyone who wants to better understand the book of Daniel, and how it relates to the unfolding plan of salvation through Christ.