Calvin writes from a reformed point of view, giving detailed commentary on the theological issues dealt with in the book. His work takes into account the historical and linguistic issues relevant to the study of Daniel. He discusses various interpretations of the book and its prophecies but does not try to give definitive interpretations of his own. This is a well informed book very valuable to anyone interested in Calvin and his thoughts or good Reformed exegesis. This volume has been reprinted from the Calvin Translation Society two volume edition of 1852-1853, edited by Thomas Myers.