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The First and Second Books of Kings

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J. M. Dent & Company, J. B. Lippincott Company 1902

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Overview

Looking at purpose, authorship, date of composition, and chronology of the text, James Robertson offers practical explication of the text, while giving special regard to the didactic themes. Robertson provides extensive notes for clarification of key parts of the text, as well as further reading.

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Praise for the Print Edition

Dr. Robertson is the editor of the volume which contains The First and Second Books of Kings, and his name is a guarantee for thorough and judicious work. We have not been a better introduction . . . [its] framework is clearly brought out.

The London Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: The First and Second Books of Kings
  • Author: James Robertson
  • Publisher: J. M. Dent
  • Publication Date: 1902
  • Pages: 273
  • Resource Type: Commentaries
  • Topic: Historical Books

About James Robertson

James Robertson (1839–1902) was educated at the parish school of Drull, the University of Toronto, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Union Theological Seminary. Robertson went on to become the minister of Knox Church in Winnipeg and a missionary in New York. He played a large part in founding the University of Manitoba, as well as hundreds of churches.

The Toronto Globe noted at the time of Robertson's death: “No man living knows more about the Canadian Northwest, its resources, its development, its social, moral and religious conditions and necessities.”

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