Available on the Web in PDF form is a 305-page document, detailed and scholarly, which documents the fulfillment of the Prophecy of Daniel, the tail end of which fulfillment now is in progress.
The Prophecy of Daniel has to do with the regathering of Israel under Christ Jesus in the Church. The teaching of the Protestant Pulpit and Scofield regarding the breaking of a covenant and a yet-future reversion to the "Dispensation of Israel" is complete rubbish.
One of the first steps to understanding the Prophecy of Daniel is to give heed to the exhortation of I Thessalonians 5:21 and investigate the canonicity of the Book of Revelation. As scholars pointed out centuries ago, linguistic style alone proves that the book of Revelation could not possibly have been written by the fisherman who wrote the earthy Greek of the Gospel Account of John and the Epistle of John. The Book of Revelation is written in a literary style of Greek which is not seen in the Scripture, but IS seen in the Talmudic Primer attributed to the non-Apostle James of Jerusalem. Respected commentator and linguistic scholar Adam Clarke, a contemporary of Isaac Newton, points out that, though the Book of Revelation generally was recognized to be a forgery, no one could bear to relegate to the rubbish bin so majestic a piece of literature. As so often is the case, men love Tradition more than they love Truth.
A primary purpose of the great detail of the Prophecy was to provide for the Remnant of Israel a precise specification of the historical epoch of the Incarnation; this is a primary reason for the obvious expectation of the Remnant that the Christ soon would appear. Thus, Peter was not surprised when Andrew announced that he had found the Christ, John 1:41.
Caveat: The document is of an academic calibre which has all but perished; the authors are true scholars. Download and print the document, and expect to spend a week or two or longer digesting it; because of its depth, it can not be studied seriously on-line study from a computer screen.
The title page reads:
The Past History
Future Destiny of Israel,
As unfolded in the eighth and succeeding chapters
of the Book of Daniel.
by the late Robert Wodrow, Esq.
With a Preliminary Essay,
by the Rev. John G. Lorimer,
of St. David's Free Church, Glasgow.
Blackie and Son:
Glasgow, Edinburgh, and London.