I & II Samuel: A Commentary (The Old Testament Library)

I & II Samuel: A Commentary (The Old Testament Library)

A. Graeme Auld


during this new addition to the previous testomony Library sequence, Graeme Auld writes, "This booklet is set David." the writer demonstrates how the entire different personalities in First and moment Samuel--including Samuel, for whom the books have been named--are current in order that we may even see and understand David better.These attention-grabbing tales element the lives of David, his predecessors, and their households. Auld explains that notwithstanding we learn those books from commencing to finish, we have to remember that they have been composed from finish to starting. through reconstructing what mus thave long past ahead of, the tale of David units up and explains the succeeding tale of monarchy in Israel.

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