1 & 2 Kings

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Sheffield Academic Press, 1997 - Religion - 125 pages
Provan introduces the books of Kings as literature that is at one and the same time historiography, narrative art and theology. He discusses Kings, not simply as a book from the past that may afford us some insight into life in ancient Israel, but also as a book that functions as part of a wider Scripture important to both Jews and Christians.

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