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REL 1310 2 Samuel

by: Daizha Gomes

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Notes on 2 Samuel of the New Testament
Christian Scriptures
Dr. Eric Holleyman
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Daizha Gomes on Saturday October 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to REL 1310 at Baylor University taught by Dr. Eric Holleyman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Christian Scriptures in Religion at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 10/01/16
2 Samuel: Reign of David  David = King of Judah for 7 years  Abner & Ishbaal vs. David & Joab  Death of Abner, Assassination of Ishbaal King of Israel 33 years Thus David reigned for 40 years  Jerusalem = City of David  Ark of Covenant  Davidic Covenant: Nathan  Great Name  Place of Peace (rest from enemies)  Dynasty  Discipline without withdrawing love (hesed)  Assessment  Military …The LORD gave victory to David wherever he went. (8:6 & 14)  Ruler So David reigned over all Israel; and David administered justice and equity to all his people. (8:15)  Succession Narrative Bathsheba: David is guilty of what? Dereliction of duty Lust Adultery Conspiracy Murder Callousness Hypocrisy  Confronted by Nathan via a parable  Sword never depart from family  Neighbor sleep with David’s wives in public view  Death of child  Birth of Solomon (Replacement for David) 2 Samuel 13-19: David vs. Absalom Rape of Tamar  Death of Amnon/Exile of Absalom  Return of Absalom to Jerusalem  Coup by Absalom  Defeat by Absalom  Post Absalom situation – fragile peace Tamar & Amnon  Voice of Amnon  Ends up despising Tamar  Voice of David  Mad, but doesn’t do anything  Voice of Absalom  Takes on parental role because David fails to do so  Voice of Tamar?  Just another voice in David’s story How do you reflect upon this text? Does your context shape your reading?  Violence in the family of David  Wives taken by a neighbor/son  What was David’s greatest failure(s)?  If Deuteronomistic History honors David, why are the failures of David highlighted in these texts? Contributions Related to David  Regional Political Dominance  Stabilization of Monarchy  Establishment of Jerusalem as Capital (Idea of Temple)  Model for Idealized Future o Response to Failings o Davidic Covenant  Messianic (Anointed ) Hope


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