1 Chronicles / by Peter B. Dirksen ; [English translation by Anthony P. Runia].

By: Dirksen, P. BMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Dutch Series: Historical commentary on the Old Testament: Publisher: Leuven ; Dudley, MA : Peeters, (c)2005Description: xvii, 358 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9042916192; 9789042916197; 9789042916192Other title: One Chronicles | First ChroniclesUniform titles: 1 Kronieken. English Subject(s): Bible. Chronicles, 1st -- CommentariesGenre/Form: Kommentar. | Commentaries. | Commentaries (form) LOC classification: BS1345.53Other classification: 11.41 | BC 4170 | BC 4180 | 222.6306 COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://ciu.libwizard.com/f/copyright-requests
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Introduction -- Genealogical prologue (1:1-9:44) -- David becomes king (10-1-12-41) -- David brings the ark to Jerusalem (13:1-16-43) -- God promise David a son/temple builder (17:1-27) -- David brings about rest (18-1-20:8) -- God points out the place of the future temple (21:1-22:1) -- David orders Solomon to build the temple (22:2-19) -- Regulations for various offices (23:1-27:34) -- David involves Israel in the building of the temple (28:1-29:25) -- Conclusion

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