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The Mystery of the Kingdom


Thomas Whittaker 1884

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Originally delivered as a series of lectures on the books of Samuel and Kings, Andrew J. Jukes offers valuable exegesis, while focusing on the difficult transition from theocracy to monarchy. Jukes distinguishes between use of literal and figurative language within the text, and seeks to elucidate the inherent meaning within the passages.

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Praise for the Print Edition

The book is remarkable as an effort to substantiate the fact of a developmental process in prophecy and revelation, the principle laid down being that God invariably adapts Himself to the condition of those whom He addresses; and the point is aptly and ingeniously illustrated in many ways . . . we have found it to be effective and interesting.

The British Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: The Mystery of the Kingdom
  • Author: Andrew J. Jukes
  • Publisher: Thomas Whitaker
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 127
  • Resource Type: Commentaries
  • Topic: Historical Books

About Andrew Jukes

Andrew J. Jukes (1815–1901) was a prolific author and clergyman educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. His other major works include The Law of the Offerings, The Restitution of All Things, Four Views of Christ, and The Differences of the Four Gospels.