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1 Samuel / Ralph W. Klein. [print]

By: Klein, Ralph W [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Word biblical commentaryPublication details: Waco, Texas : Word Books, [(c)1983. ; Nashville, Tennessee : Thomas Nelson, Incorporated, [(c)2000. Description: xxxiii, 307 pages ; 24 cm; liv, 306 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0849902096Subject(s): Bible. Samuel, 1st -- Commentaries | Old Testament Bible Study | Old Testament CommentariesGenre/Form: Samuel Commentaries (I & II). | Commentaries. LOC classification: BS1325.1.W673Online resources: Click here to access this RESOURCE ONLINE | Login using your my.ciu username & password COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
The birth of Samuel 1:1-28 ; The song of Hannah 2:1-10 ; Good son/bad sons 2:11-36 ; Samuel and the Word of Yahweh 3:1-21 (4:1a) ; The Ark goes into exile 4:1b-22 ; The victorious hand of Yahweh 5:1-12 ; The victorious Ark comes home 6:1-7:1 ; The rise of kingship 7-15 ; Samuel judges Israel 7:2-17 ; The righs of the king 8:1-22 ; Asses sought, a kingdom found 9:1-10:16 ; The king whom Yahweh has chosen 10:17-27a ; Saul proclaimed king 10:27b-11:15 ; Kingship : right or wrong? 12:1-25 ; No dynasty for Saul 13:1-23 ; Military exploits of Saul and Jonathan 14:1-52 ; Saul rejected as king 15:1-35 ; Samuel anoints David 16:1-13 ; The history of David's rise (HDR) 1 Samuel 16:14-2 Samuel 5:10 ; David comes to the royal court 16:14-23 ; David defeats the Philistine 17:1-18:5 ; Saul's jealousy and David's success 18:6-30 ; Four escapes 19:1-24 ; Bilateral loyalty 20:1-21:1 ; A priest favors David 21:2-10 (EVV 1-9) ; David, the madman 21:11 (EVV 10-15) ; Abiathar joins David in flight 22:1-23 ; Yahweh does not surrender David 23:1-24:1 (EVV 23:29) ; David refuses to kill Yahweh's anointed 24:2-23 (EVV 1-22) ; David and Abigail 25:1-44 ; Reprise : David refuses to kill Yahweh's anointed 26:1-25 ; David as double agent 27:1-28:2 ; Bad news at En-dor 28:3-25 ; A narrow escape 29:1-11 ; A kinglike hero 30:1-31 ; The death and burial of Saul 31:1-13.
Summary: In this commentary, Dr. Klein uses the tools and techniques of historical criticism to interpret the final, deuteronomistic form of the book of Samuel. For each pericope, he supplies a bibliography, a fresh translation, and extensive text-critical notes. Because of the complex charater of the Masoretic Text, Dr. Klein gives extensive space to text-critical questions. Yet, readers with no dvanced skills in Hebrew or interest in textual criticism may pass over the Notes and fully understand the rest of the commentary.Dr. Klein has chosen a historical reading as the best way to describe what 1 Samuel meant to its original audience. He has also taken care to appreciate the aestheic qualities of the text and to read it as a whole, the way in which those who first read or heard 1 Samuel understood it. For this Second Edition of the work, Dr. Klein has made minor revisions to the text, and has updated the references and bibliographies. https://www.amazon.com/Word-Biblical-Commentary-1-Samuel/dp/0718025318/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9780718025311&qid=1585678615&s=books&sr=1-1
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Includes the author's translation of 1 Samuel.

The birth of Samuel 1:1-28 ; The song of Hannah 2:1-10 ; Good son/bad sons 2:11-36 ; Samuel and the Word of Yahweh 3:1-21 (4:1a) ; The Ark goes into exile 4:1b-22 ; The victorious hand of Yahweh 5:1-12 ; The victorious Ark comes home 6:1-7:1 ; The rise of kingship 7-15 ; Samuel judges Israel 7:2-17 ; The righs of the king 8:1-22 ; Asses sought, a kingdom found 9:1-10:16 ; The king whom Yahweh has chosen 10:17-27a ; Saul proclaimed king 10:27b-11:15 ; Kingship : right or wrong? 12:1-25 ; No dynasty for Saul 13:1-23 ; Military exploits of Saul and Jonathan 14:1-52 ; Saul rejected as king 15:1-35 ; Samuel anoints David 16:1-13 ; The history of David's rise (HDR) 1 Samuel 16:14-2 Samuel 5:10 ; David comes to the royal court 16:14-23 ; David defeats the Philistine 17:1-18:5 ; Saul's jealousy and David's success 18:6-30 ; Four escapes 19:1-24 ; Bilateral loyalty 20:1-21:1 ; A priest favors David 21:2-10 (EVV 1-9) ; David, the madman 21:11 (EVV 10-15) ; Abiathar joins David in flight 22:1-23 ; Yahweh does not surrender David 23:1-24:1 (EVV 23:29) ; David refuses to kill Yahweh's anointed 24:2-23 (EVV 1-22) ; David and Abigail 25:1-44 ; Reprise : David refuses to kill Yahweh's anointed 26:1-25 ; David as double agent 27:1-28:2 ; Bad news at En-dor 28:3-25 ; A narrow escape 29:1-11 ; A kinglike hero 30:1-31 ; The death and burial of Saul 31:1-13.

In this commentary, Dr. Klein uses the tools and techniques of historical criticism to interpret the final, deuteronomistic form of the book of Samuel. For each pericope, he supplies a bibliography, a fresh translation, and extensive text-critical notes. Because of the complex charater of the Masoretic Text, Dr. Klein gives extensive space to text-critical questions. Yet, readers with no dvanced skills in Hebrew or interest in textual criticism may pass over the Notes and fully understand the rest of the commentary.Dr. Klein has chosen a historical reading as the best way to describe what 1 Samuel meant to its original audience. He has also taken care to appreciate the aestheic qualities of the text and to read it as a whole, the way in which those who first read or heard 1 Samuel understood it. For this Second Edition of the work, Dr. Klein has made minor revisions to the text, and has updated the references and bibliographies.

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