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1 Samuel / Ralph W. Klein ; general editors, Bruce M. Metzger and [and others]

By: Klein, Ralph W []Contributor(s): Metzger, Bruce M. (Bruce Manning), 1914-2007 [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Word biblical commentary: 10 (second edition.)Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, ©2000Edition: Second editionDescription: 1 online resource (liv, 306 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780310588429; 9780310588429; 0310588421Other title: First SamuelSubject(s): Bible. Samuel, 1st -- CommentariesGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BS491.2Online resources: Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE
Partial 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.
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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.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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