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by Ronald Wallace

Author: Ronald Wallace
Subcategory: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub (May 1, 1997)
Pages: 220 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.6
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Readings in 2 Kings book.

Readings in 2 Kings book. The late Ronald Wallace (PhD, Edinburgh) held pastorates throughout Scotland before becoming professor of biblical theology at Columbia Theological Seminary, where he taught for thirteen years.

Responding to the need for quality material for personal and group Bible study, Ronald S. Wallace has taken care to write this exposition of 1 Kings in such a way that modern readers can learn from this part of the Old Testament, and pastors and teachers can use it in their work. Designed to benefit classroom settings and weekly study groups, this book is divided into sixteen sections that help bring about a clear understanding of the message of 1 Kings.

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The Second Book of Kings narrates the decline and fall of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, each of which had been set up by God with hope and promise. Kings II begins at a particularly low point in history. Ahaziah of Israel enters bitter conflict with God, and even Elijah, the great and trusted prophet, proves foolish and weak when called on to witness to the truth. As chapter follows chapter, the hope that a king after God's own heart might one day rule in earthly splendor and peace in Zion begins to vanish. Jerusalem is destroyed; the captivity begins. Dr. Wallace shows how the God of hope and love presides triumphantly over every development, however perverse and foolish, as the way is prepared for the coming of the true and suffering King of Israel to his eternal throne.