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Ideological Texture Analysis of Daniel 1 and Diaspora

  title={Ideological Texture Analysis of Daniel 1 and Diaspora},
  author={Suzana Dobric Veiss},
This study utilized ideological texture analysis, specifically postcolonial criticism, to examine Daniel 1. The analysis explored the assimilation attempts by king Nebuchadnezzar and Daniel’s response highlighting God’s superiority and sovereignty. Daniel and his friends chose to remain loyal to their God of Israel while still serving in a foreign country. God was the ultimate ruler over Nebuchadnezzar. God still has control over all rulers and diaspora. The study informs possible further… Expand
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