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2 Samuel

Author: Antony F Campbell
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©2005.
Series: Forms of the Old Testament literature, v. 8.
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"Antony F. Campbell unpacks the wealth of insight inherent in 2 Samuel by paying close attention to the literary structure of the book.

Following a comprehensive introduction, the commentary carefully analyzes the major sections of 2 Samuel and each passage within them.

In the process, Campbell reveals the diversity of views that existed in Israel's traditions, and he highlights the primacy of theology over history in Israel's thinking."--Jacket.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Commentaires
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Antony F Campbell
ISBN: 0802828132 9780802828132
OCLC Number: 57316650
Description: xiv, 242 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: David's kingship over Judah (2 Sam 1:1-2:7) --
Civil war (2 Sam 2:8-4:12) --
The establishment of David as king of all Israel (2 Sam 5-8) --
Anticipatory appendices (2 Sam 9-10) --
The stories of David's middle years : structure (2 Sam 11-20) --
David and Bathsheba (2 Sam 11-12) --
Amnon, Tamar, Absalom (2 Sam 13-14) --
David's retreat and return (2 Sam 15-19) --
Sheba's rebellion (2 Sam 20) --
The stories of David's middle years : genre, setting, meaning (2 Sam 11-20) --
The special collection (2 Sam 21-24) --
Diachronic dimension : from past texts to present text.
Series Title: Forms of the Old Testament literature, v. 8.
Other Titles: Second Samuel
Responsibility: Antony F. Campbell.

Abstract:

"Antony F. Campbell unpacks the wealth of insight inherent in 2 Samuel by paying close attention to the literary structure of the book.

Following a comprehensive introduction, the commentary carefully analyzes the major sections of 2 Samuel and each passage within them.

In the process, Campbell reveals the diversity of views that existed in Israel's traditions, and he highlights the primacy of theology over history in Israel's thinking."--Jacket.

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