Studies in 1 & 2 Chronicles (11 Vols.) brings to light the different aspects of Chronicles such as the idea of restoration, how the development of the Near Eastern ideologies had an impact on monarchical ideologies and the relationships between the kings and the cultus of Jersalem.
The Chronicler as Theologian contains fifteen articles which analyze the texts of Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah. By being included in the historical books, the points raised in Chronicles can be misunderstood. In Chronicles and Exodus, William Johnstone presents the idea that Chronicles uses material from Samuel and Kings which gives us the version that we read today.
The subject of the collection is the theology of the Chronicler, and the studies cover an interesting range of topics. . . . These fine pieces, and the others in the volume, are a fitting gesture of affection and respect for this scholar.