Edward P. Myers, Ph.D.

Edward P. Myers is a Professor of Bible and Christian Doctrine at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He has served as a minister for congregations in Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Arkansas. He holds a D.Min. from Luther Rice Seminary and has a Ph.D. from Drew University. He is the author of several books, including A Study of Angels, Evil and Suffering, and After These Things I Saw: A Study of Revelation. He and his wife Janice have three daughters, Candy, Christy, and Carolyn.


Daniel Edward P. Myers, Ph.D., Neale T. Pryor, Th.D., David R. Rechtin
The intriguing Book of Daniel, with its mysterious visions and prophecies, raises many questions. This unique multi-authored commentary examines the book with different approaches to the text. The faith of Daniel and his friends, in Babylonian captivity, provides some of the most treasured stories in the Old Testament; and the Lord's dealings with the proud kings Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar serve as some of the most vivid illustrations that God always remains in control of His world. (480 pages)