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The Christian Scriptures

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The Christian Scriptures REL 1310

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Verda Kemmer V
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Richard Moseman

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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Verda Kemmer V on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to REL 1310 at Baylor University taught by Richard Moseman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/217917/rel-1310-baylor-university in Religion at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 10/03/15
Samuel Prophet Priest Kingmaker and Last of the Judges 0 Trained under Eli the priest 0 People want Samuel is old His sons People want to Want a king to govern and lead them in battle 0 Anoints Justly brings God s condemnation upon Saul Tells Saul that 1 God has given kingdom to a neighbor who is better and 2 God does not Anoints David S mistakenly thinks Eliab the oldest is next king S doesn t know everything about God head and shoulders above others Hunting for father s when privately anointed by Samuel Publicly anointed king hiding in baggage Does not want to be king Disobedient to God s instructions to Amalekites Samuel tells him he s being replaced by a neighbor Samuel anoints David and God sends evil spirit to torment Saul Soon becomes obsessed with becoming king Eventually ends upjealous of and chasing him throughout countryside trying to kill him Jonathan In contrast to his father SaUl iS far from Where Jonathan David he began quotas his own soul David In contrast to Saul and the Israelites David sees Goliath as a God issue In seeking to kill David Saul is rebelling against God David 2nOI king 1000960 8th son shepherd boy and musician not thought worthy to be called for anointing Shows remarkable faith in facing Goliath Does not wear Saul s armor Flees from Sau and does not kill him David cont Commits adultery with Bathsheba Gives instructions to Joab David s nephew so that Bathsheba s husband will be killed in battle Condemns himself when Nathan comes Child dies Solomon is born to David and Bathsheba Silent when Amnon rapes Tamar Absalom Kills Amnon for rape ofTamar 39 Banished by David 39 Restored by David at initiation of oab Attempts to usurp throne Killed byJoab Solomon 3rOI and Last King 960922 Kills and o Marries women and builds temples for them Prays for to govern people Builds temple 7 years WOFShIIOS and palace complex 13 8005 years Overworks and overtaxes Gives aways part of Promised Land


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