Miller's commentary, which is written from a Dispensational (Progressive?) perspective is essential reading on the Book of Daniel. It is well-written and well-argued despite the limitations of the series. While no where near as detailed as the works by Collins (the now standard work on Daniel [Hermenia]), Montgomery (now somewhat outdated [ICC]), or Goldingay (WBC), Miller's work is possibly the best commentary now available on Daniel from a conservative premillennial perspective. Miller's work supercedes that of J. F. Walvoord, whose commentary is overly-dogmatic and untenable at several points. Miller's work should be used in conjunction with the execellent works by G. L. Archer (EBC) and Leon Wood. One can only hope for a forthcoming commentary on Daniel from a conservative premillennial perspective that is comparable to Collins in detail. Until then Miller's is the best choice.
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