The Second Book of Samuel
Like the other volumes of the Cambridge Bible Commentary, this contains an introduction followed by the text of the New English Bible divided into sections. Each section of the text is followed by the commentary upon it. The Second Book of Samuel tells how David took full control of both the northern and southern Hebrew kingdoms and consolidated his power throughout the region. Professor Ackroyd's commentary concentrates on interpretation rather than historical reconstruction, and part of his introduction dealing with the theological significance of the Books of Samuel relates the religious tradition stemming from the Bible to present-day ways of thinking.
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Abner Absalom according Amnon anointed answered army battle behold bring brother brought called David David's reign dead death Deut enemies expression father give given God's ground hand hath head Hebron hundred Israel Jehovah Jerusalem Joab Jonathan Jordan Josh Judah Judg king king's kingdom land LORD lord the king means mentioned Mephibosheth miles murder note on ch offerings original pass Philistines probably promise prophet punishment R.V. marg reading reference reign representative Samuel Saul Saul's saying seems sent Sept shew sons speak Syrians thee thine thing thou thou hast thou shalt thousand thy servant took tribes unto Uriah viii woman xvii xviii xxii xxiv