Commentary on the Second Book of Kings – Frank Marshall

Rev. Frank Marshall (left) portrayed in a satirical cartoon
Rev. Frank Marshall (left) portrayed in a satirical cartoon

Today’s free book is Frank Marshall’s Scripture Manual on the 2 Kings, which was written for students preparing for the Oxford and Cambridge University entrance examinations.

My thanks to Book Aid for making this public domain title available for digitisation.

Frank Marshall [1848-1906], The Second Book of Kings. The Oxford and Cambridge Edition. London: George Gill & Sons, Ltd., n.d. Hbk. pp.135. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • Title
    • The Author
    • Design of the Author
    • Date
    • Sources of the Narrative
    • Scope of the Narrative
    • Table of the Kings of Judah and Israel
    • The Kings of Israel
    • The Kings of Judah
    • Israel and Judah
    • Connection Between Israel and Judah
    • Prophets
    • The Gods of of the Heathen
    • The Temple
    • The Land
    • Jerusalem and Jebus
    • Nations and Tribes
    • The Samaritans
    • The Great Empires
    • The Captivities
    • Geographical Notes
    • Biographical Notes
    • The Moabite Stone
    • The Cuneiform Inscriptions
  • The Second Book of Kings, Marginal and Footnotes
  • Comments on the Revised Version
  • Words and Phrases Explained
  • Weights and Measures
  • Chronological Table
  • Chronological Notes
  • Maps

For more of Frank Marshall’s Oxford and Cambridge Series Scripture Manuals, click here.

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