The Empires of the End-Time are looked at through Daniel’s telescopic lens, and the uncharted end-times and between-times of history are laid bare in Daniel’s penetrating beam.
Most conservative commentators interpret Daniel in retrospect; i.e. from the viewpoint of later times. They look at history as it subsequently occurred and finds the fulfilment of Daniel in the unfolding events of recorded history.
However Charles Ozanne, himself a conservative, adopts an altogether different approach. He takes the view that to obtain a correct understanding of the prophecy of Daniel it must be seen in prospect; looking forward from Daniel’s day. We will have a better understanding of the book if its predictions are interpreted prospectively, from the viewpoint of Daniel himself, and not retrospectively, from the viewpoint of later times. When this is done we have a better chance of grasping the prophet’s meaning.
As far as we are aware, no previous writer has consistently applied this approach to the book of Daniel and, as such, the student of prophecy will gain much fresh insight from Empires of the End-Time.