Part 2 of a 2 part series. In this article, George Schwab argues that the book of Daniel presents a model of personality that treats people as worshipers. Schwab discusses the approach of “mocking the idols” as one of the most effective ways to confront them. He continues with an examination of Nebuchadnezzar’s insanity to illustrate the importance of sin in any discussion of normalcy or pathology. Lastly, Schwab considers the apocalyptic sections of Daniel as a rich resource for counselors, specifically as it is addressed to the imagination, and vividly shows sufferers that hope, power, and control are found in the Most High God. Part 1 is in JBC 14:2 and Part 2 in JBC 15:1.