Studies on David Collection (11 vols.)•
JSOT Press, Almond Press, Sheffield Academic Press 1988–2003
The Studies on David Collection (11 vols.) discusses the relationship between King David and Saul and how their connection had an impact on the fate of Israel. Also covered is the correlation between Egypt, Palestine and Israel, as the contact between these places was not as large as once thought, and knowing this fact is important for anyone studying this period in history and has an impact to how it relates to us today.
By making use of the information in Studies on David you are able to enhance your understanding of the Iron Age that was a part of ancient Israel—especially the process of state formation as it relates to David. Also covered is the idea that during the time of David, Israel was in a time of social, political, and economical transition and that David played the role of mediator in each of the areas. Studies on David is an important addition to your library because of the topics surrounding David, his life and his interaction with King Saul are discussed and how they relate to us today.
- Each volume includes a list of abbreviations used
- Includes a list of references and authors cited
Praise for the Print Edition
The work’s distinctive strength in content. . .proves highly rewarding in the end.
—Norman K. Gottwald, Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, New York Theological Seminary.
- David in Love and War, by Randall C. Bailey
- The Story of King David, by David M. Gunn
- David, Solomon and Egypt, by Paul S. Ash
- The Nathan Narratives, by Gwilym H. Jones
- The Fate of King Saul, by David M. Gunn
- King David with the Wise Woman of Tekoa, by Larry L. Lyke
- Title: Studies on David Collection (11 vols.)
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Volumes: 11
- Pages: 2,743