Viewing the books of 1 and 2 Chronicles as an aggregate of compiled history, A. Hughes-Games offers in-depth exposition of the text from historical context—while looking at the original compilation of the books in the Septuagint. Following an extensive introduction to the text covering literary composition, canonical positioning, semantic variations, and questions of authenticity, A. Hughes-Games moves verse-by-verse while offering clarification of critical points.
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- Presents 1 and 2 Chronicles as an aggregate of compiled history
- Offers in-depth exposition of the text from historical context
- Covers literary composition, canonical positioning, semantic variations, and questions of authenticity
- The First Book of the Chronicles
- The Second Book of the Chronicles
- Synchronism of Ancient History
- Biblical References in English Literature
- Title: The First and Second Books of Chronicles
- Author: A. Hughes-Games
- Publisher: J. M. Dent
- Publication Date: 1902
- Pages: 240
About A. Hughes-Games
A. Hughes-Games was venerable archdeacon of Holy Trinity Church, Hull.