I & II Kings

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1986 - Religion - 258 pages

In this illuminating commentary, A. Graeme Auld helps readers understand the message--historical and theological--contained in the story of the Israelite monarchy. The message of the books of Kings remains relevant to today's world. It concerns power and the constant need for remaining faithful to an authority that is superior to earthly rulers.

Carrying forward brilliantly the pattern established by Barclay's New Testament series, the Daily Study Bible has been extended to cover the entire Old Testament as well. Invaluable for individual devotional study, for group discussion, and for classroom use, the Daily Study Bible provides a useful, reliable, and eminently readable way to discover what the Scriptures were saying then and what God is saying today.

 

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Contents

KINGS
5
153 contd
11
contd
17
128
25
118
33
238
40
1351
48
1351 contd
54
143
128
129
134
153 contd
143
1225
151
144
159
127
165
1720 contd
173
137
180

1450 contd
60
128
68
143
77
133
83
1134
92
11634
101
124
108
2046
116
1121
124
11221
190
11429
199
11620 contd
205
A Note on 2 Kings Chapters 1820
213
12220
219
Covenanted Reform and Armageddon IICommentary
225
312530 contd
231
Further Reading
258
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About the author (1986)

A. Graeme Auld is Professor of Hebrew Bible at the University of Edinburgh School of Divinity in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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