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The International Critical Commentary (ICC): SAMUEL I & II
The International Critical Commentary (ICC): SAMUEL I & II
by Henry Preserved Smith / Varda Books

Although there have been other contributions on this subject, this volume still is worth having as it contains most of arguments still serving as a basis for modern Christian mainline (and thus also Jewish Reform) liberalism.

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Front Matter
Editor's Preface
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication Page
Preface
Contents
Introduction
1. The Title
2. Contents
3. Composition of the Book
4. Analysis of 1 Samuel. i.-xv
5. Analysis of 1 Samuel. xvi.-2 Samuel i
6. Analysis of 2 Samuel. ii.-xxiv
7. The Text and versions
8. Religious Ideas
9. Commentaries
Commentary on the Books of Samuel
1 SAMUEL I.–XV. THE LIFE OF SAMUEL DOWN TO THE REJECTION OF SAUL.
I. 1–IV. 1a.
IV. 1b-VII. 1.
VII. 2–17.
VIII.
IX. 1–X. 16.
X. 17–27.
XII.
XIII. and XIV.
1 SAMUEL XVI.–2 SAMUEL I. SAUL AND DAVID.
XVI. 1–13.
XVI. 14–23.
XVII. 1–XVIII. 5.
XVIII. 6–30.
XIX.
XX. 1–XXI. 1.
XXI.–XXVI.
XXVII. l.–XXVIII. 2.
XXVIII. 3–25.
XXIX. 1–XXX. 31.
XXXI.
2 Sam. I. 1–27.
2 SAMUEL II.–XXIV. DAVID THE KING
II.–IV.
IV. 1–12.
V.–VIII.
IX.–XX.
XXI.-XXIV.
Appendix
Index
Abbreviations
Signatures