The book of Daniel tracks the journey of four young Jewish men during the Babylonian Exile who were snatched from their homeland and placed in a totalitarian society that did not agree with, understand or value their monotheistic beliefs.

Forced into the service of pagan kings, Daniel and his companions navigated their way in a setting unfavourable to Judaism while still maintaining the integrity of their faith.

As social and political landscapes change, the book provides insights and encouragement to believers today.