New Book Sheds Evidence Affirming Predictions in Book of Daniel

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Author Gregory DeAbreu offers in-depth analysis of biblical disclosures evident in current era.

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Revealing but not judgmental, the book allows the readers to devise interpretations of their own based on presented facts and evidence.

Combining biblical knowledge with tangible scientific evidence, author Gregory DeAbreu reveals a "Theological Approach to an Interpretation of a Prediction Related to the Book of Daniel" (published by Xlibris). This in-depth analysis of one of the most controversial apocalyptic literatures in history unveils astounding truths that might challenge faith and many people’s views about man’s present reality.

"Theological Approach to an Interpretation of a Prediction Related to the Book of Daniel" is a study of predictions as it ties in with the current era. How much of what is happening today has been catalogued almost 2000 years after the coming of the son of God? Collating a four-year stretch of photographic evidence that reveals symbols and figures in the clouds related to the predictions in the Book of Daniel, this book offers some thought-provoking insight and new material that might be of help to people interested in Bible prophecy, panoramic art and science.

An excerpt from “Theological Approach to an Interpretation of a Prediction Related to the Book of Daniel:”
This case study sets off an effort to determine whether such symbols and bona fides identified have ties to biblical events. There are world figures and portrayals revealing historical people. Identifying these various bona fides, I set out to prove the existence of an event related to the book of Daniel.

Revealing but not judgmental, the book allows the readers to devise interpretations of their own based on presented facts and evidence. It attempts to pique interest in one of the most controversial literatures in human history as it poses a spiritual challenge for all.

“Theological Approach to an Interpretation of a Prediction Related to the Book of Daniel”
By Gregory DeAbreu
Hardcover | 6x9in | 260 pages | ISBN 9781499030198
Softcover | 6x9in | 260 pages | ISBN 9781499030204
E-Book | 260 pages | ISBN 9781499030181
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Author Gregory DeAbreu was born and raised in Selden. He attended the New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury with a major in criminal justice and the behavioral sciences. In 1986, he moved to Washington, D.C. to begin a new life and start a career with the United States government. He would later marry and become a proud father of two children. DeAbreu enjoys an active church life in Virginia and quickly became part of an outreach ministry. His professional career includes employment with the International Business Machines and with various government agencies as well as doing freelance investigative work. He has also been a member of the International Private Investigator’s Union. Highlights in his 18-year career were numerous but he most enjoyed serving as a security operations officer and as a Lieutenant. DeAbreu remains active in political organizations outside of his professional interests. He also enjoys attending various historical functions and supports various charitable organizations.

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