What does my knowledge of the Holy Bible have to do with the Book of Daniel being inspired? The Book of Daniel was in the Septuagint, Geek, when it was declared inspired by the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church has the divine authority to declare what is and what is not from God.<quoted text>
I guess you missed my earlier post
I was curious how knowledgeable you were regarding the bible
I know the answer now. Not very knowledgeable
The Book of Daniel switches back and forth between Hebrew and Aramaic. Its unique in that it is the ONLY book within the Tanach that does this. This attests to its later origin than the other components of the tanach (Aramaic was the language of Jesus's time). It also hints that the book had more than one authorship (contrary to fundamentalist Christian and traditional Jewish views which assert that it was all from Daniel).
As you know Jesus did not hand out the Holy Bible and say follow this; no, He said follow me. The Holy Bible gives us insight into the early Catholic Church but it is the Catholic Church that Jesus gave us and not the Holy Bible. The Catholic Church gave us the Holy Bible, it is her book. Since it is her book she alone can truly interpret it through the guidance of the Holy Spirit.