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1 and 2 Kings Bible Study

Roger Hahn

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We hope you find something here helpful and invigorating for your own spiritual journey as you read and reflect upon the books of First and Second Kings.

The Course of Study

Introduction (Lesson 1) 1 Kings 18:17-20:21 (Lesson 11)
1 Kings 1:1-2:12 (Lesson 2) 1 Kings 20:22-22:28 (Lesson 12
1 Kings 2:13-3:28 (Lesson 3) 1 Kings 22:29-2 Kings 2:25 (Lesson 13)
1 Kings 4:1-6:22 (Lesson 4) 2 Kings 3:1-4:44 (Lesson 14)
1 Kings 6:23-8:11 (Lesson 5) 2 Kings 5:1-7:20 (Lesson 15)
1 Kings 8:12-9:14 (Lesson 6) 2 Kings 8:1-10:17 (Lesson 16)
1 Kings 9:15-11:25 (Lesson 7) 2 Kings 10:18-13:9 (Lesson 17)
1 Kings 11:26-13:32 (Lesson 8)  (Lesson 18) (not yet available)
1 Kings 13:33-16:14 (Lesson 9)  (Lesson 19) (not yet available)
1 Kings 16:15-18:16 (Lesson 10)  (Lesson 20) (not yet available)

The studies themselves are not intended to be comprehensive or complete commentaries on the biblical passages, but rather a survey of the basic story line, a brief analysis on the features of the text that serve to communicate its message, and a summary of the theological communication of the passages as a basis for further reflection.  That means that there will be a lot of interesting details of the biblical narratives that will not be directly considered.

Additional Material:

Elisha the Prophet

Namaan, Dirt, and Territorial Gods: The Canonical Function of 2 Kings 5:17-19

There are other articles that are available as background and additional reading for the Bible Study:

Guidelines for Interpreting Biblical Narrative

Three Triads of Biblical Interpretation (Graphic for "Guidelines")

Revelation and Inspiration of Scripture

Old Testament History

Chart of Israelite Kings

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