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1 & 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles

John H. Traylor

1 & 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles

by John H. Traylor

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Published by Broadman Press in Nashville, Tenn .
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    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. Kings -- Commentaries.,
  • Bible. O.T. Chronicles, 2nd -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 152-153.

    Other titlesFirst and Second Kings, Second Chronicles.
    StatementJohn H. Traylor, Jr.
    SeriesLayman"s Bible book commentary ;, v. 6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1335.3 .T7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination153 p. ;
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3031715M
    ISBN 100805411763
    LC Control Number82119113

      Summary of the Book of 2 Chronicles. Originally the books of 1 and 2 Chronicles were a single book. Like the books of Kings, this is a historical book. The Kings focused on the northern kingdom, Israel, and this book (1 and 2 Chronicles) focuses on the southern kingdom, Judah. Though 1 and 2 Chronicles present much of the same history as 1 and 2 Kings, there are additional details in Chronicles that give insight into how the Lord interacted with His people, especially during the reigns of the kings.

    Outline of 2 Chronicles. The book of 2 Chronicles covers much of the material in 1 and 2 Kings, except it focuses on the southern kingdom of Judah and excludes accounts of the kings of the northern 10 tribes of Israel. The outline below may be helpful. I. The glory of Solomon’s reign and the construction and dedication of the temple (chapters. Summary of the Book of 2 Chronicles. This summary of the book of 2 Chronicles provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of 2 Chronicles. See Introduction to 1 Chronicles for Outline and other introductory information. The Building of the.

    PURPOSE: It is a continuation of the narrative begun in 1 & 2 Samuel. Actually, 1 & 2 Samuel with 1 & 2 Kings can be viewed as one book. In these four books the history of the nation is traced from the time of its greatest extent, influence, and prosperity under David and Solomon to the division and finally the captivity and exile of both kingdoms. The Book of Kings Basic Outline: Solomon crowned Solomon in his glory Division of the kingdom Elijah the Prophet The book of 1 Kings covers about years of history, from the death of David to the death of Jehoshaphat. Important verses: 1 Kings – .


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1 And 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles (Layman's Bible book commentary) [John Traylor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). Like the Books of Samuel and Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles was also written as the single Book of Chronicles in the Hebrew Bible.

Many readers today, however, skip reading it when they find that it repeats much of the material from its previous books. 1 and 2 Chronicles If the Deuteronomic law is the standard of judgment in 1 and 2 Kings, then the Priests Code is the standard in 1 and 2 Chronicles.

Chronicles' history appears to have been written later than Kings'; the date usually given is approximately B.C. 1 and 2 Chronicles Like the books of Samuel and Kings, Chronicles was originally one book that was divided into two by those who translated the original Hebrew manuscripts into Greek (the Septuagint).

The book opens with Solomon establishing his throne over a unified nation, solidifying his authority and squashing early rebellions (1 Kings 2). He then built the magnificent temple of God, using the plans God gave to his father, David. Six of the nine chapters devoted to King Solomon focus on the temple construction, a task reserved for him.

1 & 2 Kings’ role in the Bible. The books of Kings were probably written during the time of Judah’s captivity in Babylon (which begins at the end of Second Kings).

The temple of God was destroyed. Jerusalem was in ruins. The tribes of Judah, Benjamin, and some of Levi were serving a pagan king in a faraway country. Though Chronicles does not whitewash history, it does deal more favorably with many of the kings of Israel.

For instance, the wicked King Manasseh is described as an evil king in both 1 Kings 22 and 2 Chronic but only Chronicles mentions his repentance and return to God. A Focus on Judah. Response: 2nd Chronicles "overlaps" the books of Kings in many places in addition to the chapters you cite.

1st Chronicles, on the other hand, goes back, in terms of genealogies, to the book of Genesis. One thing that almost everyone agrees on is that the two books (or sets of two books each). In the Christian Bible, the books (commonly referred to as 1 Chronicles and 2 Chronicles, or First Chronicles and Second Chronicles) generally follow the two Books of Kings, and precede Ezra–Nehemiah; thus they conclude the history-oriented books of the Old Testament.

The church fathers, as they did in earlier books dealing with Israel's history from the time of Joshua to the united monarchy, found ample material for typological and moral interpretation in Kings, Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther/5. The books of Kings and Chronicles picture the nation of Israel rising and falling according to the faithfulness of its leaders.

In this study, More thanbooks from Kay Arthur's life-changing New Inductive Study Series have been sold!/5. The book of 2nd Chronicles is a Narrative History. The author appears to be the prophet Ezra who wrote it circa B.C. It covers the events from the beginning from King Solomon’s reign in B.C.

up to the beginning of the Babylonian captivity in B.C. The key personalities are King Solomon, the queen of Sheba, Rehoboam, Asa. The books of Samuel, Kings and Chronicles, which record the history of Israel from the prophetic ministry of Samuel to the fall of Jerusalem, provided the reformers with some of the best-known narratives of the Old Testament upon which to comment, including Hannah's prayer, the anointing of Saul as Israel's first king, David's triumph over Goliath and his later adultery with Bathsheba, Solomon's 4/5(2).

The "Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah" was not the same as 1 & 2 Chronicles. It is unclear exactly what these annals were and how the author had access to them, but their use as references infer they were available to Jeremiah's audience.

The books of 1 & 2 Chronicles begin with a summary of history from Adam to King Saul. The rest. 2 Chronicles New International Version (NIV) Josiah’s Reforms. 34 Josiah was eight years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem thirty-one years.

2 He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord and followed the ways of his father David, not turning aside to the right or to the left. 3 In the eighth year of his reign, while he was still young, he began to seek the God.

Watch our overview video on the books of Kings, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In Kings, David’s son Solomon leads Israel to.

1, 2 Samuel; 1, 2 Kings; And 1, 2 Chronicles The Rise And Fall Of Israel And Judah Lesson 7 The six books of First and Second Samuel, First and Second Kings, and First and Second Chronicles record the history of God’s people from Samuel, the last judge, to the end of the Babylonian Captivity.

The books of Samuel, Kings and Chronicles, which record the history of Israel from the prophetic ministry of Samuel to the fall of Jerusalem, provided the reformers with some of the best-known narratives of the Old Testament upon which to comment, including Hannah's prayer, the anointing of Saul as Israel's first king, David's triumph over Goliath and his later adultery with Bathsheba, Solomon's 4/5(1).

1 and 2 Kings --A united kingdom divides and falls --The Hebrew kingdom in the days of Solomon and his son () --The divided kingdom of Judah and Israel to the end of Israel (1 Kings Kings ) --The kingdom of Judah from the fall of Israel to the Babylonian captivity (2 Kings ) Chronicles --The deeds of the.

When you read Samuel/Kings and Chronicles, there is an obvious difference. The earlier books deals with both kingdoms, Israel and Judah, while Chronicles is only interested in Judah.

Israel is only dealt with when it has an immediate impact on the events in Judah. Question: "What is the purpose of First and Second Chronicles? Why repeat information already recorded in 1 and 2 Samuel and 1 and 2 Kings?" Answer: Likely written between and BC, 1 and 2 Chronicles includes many lists of genealogies.

Further, much of the content covers the same events found in the books of Samuel and Kings. Solomon prepares, builds and dedicates the temple – 2 Chronicles Solomon's achievements and fame – 2 Chronicles Reign of Rehoboam, Solomon's son – 2 Chronicles Reigns of good and wicked kings – 2 Chronicles Exile into Babylon – 2 Chronicles Author: Jack Zavada.Chronologically, 1 Chronicles runs consecutively with Psalms and 2 Samuel.

Then, 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles run consecutively, covering the same time span. 1 Chronicles begins with the first Adam and ends looking forward to the 2nd Adam. 1 & 2 Chronicles deal with the kingdom of Judah, because Christ was to be the successor of David on an eternal.