The Old Testament's 1 & 2 Kings were originally one book. In the introduction to The Two Books of the Kings, Barnes elaborates on the history of the name of these two books of the Bible, as well as how they ended up being split into two books, rather than the one book they originally were. Traveling through the two books in outline form, the author then breaks 1 & 2 Kings into verse-by-verse segments, providing analytical notes for the text.
- Verse-by-verse exegesis
- Contains helpful notes, indexes, and appendixes
Praise for the Print Edition
There are no better books in exposition of the different parts of Scripture than those contained in the Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges. The series has long since established its claim to an honorable place in the front rank of first-rate commentaries; and the teacher or preacher who masters its volumes will be, like Apollos, mighty in the Scriptures.
—Church Sunday School Magazine
- Title: The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: The Two Books of the Kings
- Author: W. E. Barnes
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 1908
- Pages: 359
About W. E. Barnes
W. E. Barnes was Fellow and Chaplain of Peterhouse, Hulsean Professor of Divinity, and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of London.