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Book Description

The Books of Chronicles, W. Robertson Nicoll, ed., The Expositor's Bible
Publication Year:
Hodder & Stoughton
1 & 2 Chronicles, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • Preface

Book I: Introduction

  1. Date and Authorship
  2. Historical Setting
  3. Sources and Mode of Composition
  4. The Importance of Chronicles

Book II: Genealogies

  1. Names
  2. Heredity
  3. Statistics
  4. Family Traditions
  5. The Jewish Community in the Time of the Chronicler
  6. Teaching by Anachronism

Part III: Messianic and Other Types

  1. Teaching by Typ[es
  2. David: His Tribe and Dynasty
  3. David: His Personal History
  4. David: His Official Dignity
  5. Solomon
  6. Solomon (continued)
  7. The Wicked Kings
  8. The Priests
  9. The Prophets
  10. Satan
  11. Conclusion
  12. Appendix

Part IV: The Interpretation of History

  1. The Last Prayer of David
  2. Reheoboam and Abijah: THe Importance of Ritual
  3. Asa: Divine Retribution
  4. Jehoshaphat: The Doctrine of Non-Resistance
  5. Jehoram, Ahaziah, and Athaliath: The Consequences of a Foreign Marriage
  6. Joash and Amaziah
  7. Uzziah, Jotham, and Ahaz
  8. Hezekiah: The Religious Value of Music
  9. Manasseh: Repentance and Forgiveness
  10. The Last Kings of Judah

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