By Blaire A. French
Offers a historical past of the translation of Chronicles in theology, worship, song, literature and paintings from the traditional interval to the current day, demonstrating its foundational significance in the previous Testament
- Explores vital transformations among a similar themes and tales that take place in Chronicles and different biblical books corresponding to Genesis and Kings, together with the pious depiction of David, the transparent correlation among ethical habit and divine present, and the elevation of song in worship
- Examines the reception of Chronicles between its interpreters, together with rabbis of the Talmud, Jerome, Martin Luther, Johann Sebastian Bach, Cotton Mather, and others,
- Features vast but finished assurance that considers Jewish and Christian, old and glossy, and secular and pa cultural interpretations
- Organizes discussions by means of verse to light up each one one’s altering that means around the ages
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Chronicles Through the Centuries (Wiley Blackwell Bible Commentaries) by Blaire A. French