By means of a final-form consideration of the Chronicler's narrative, this study focuses attention on Chronicles' portrayal of the interactive relationship between the Jerusalem kings and the Jerusalem cultus. The Chronicler's development of ancient Near Eastern royal and temple ideologies is examined —a development that allowed the monarchical ideologies to be applied to Judah long after kingship had ceased. How the Chronicler's portrayal of the relationship between the kings and the Jerusalem cultus allowed monarchical ideologies to be applied to Judah long after kingship had ceased.
William B. Riley (1861–1947) founded the Northwestern Bible Training School and served as pastor of the First Baptist Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota, for over 40 years. He was the editor of The Christian Fundamentalist from 1891 to 1933, and his works include The Menace of Modernism, Revival Sermons: Essentials in Effective Evangelism, and Conservative Call to Arms.