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TITLE INFORMATION


Author: Randall C. Bailey

Title: David in Love and War

Subtitle: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-12

Place: Sheffield

Publisher: JSOT Press

Year: 1990

Pages: 214pp.

Series: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 75

ISBN-10: 1850752095 – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Cases: Offenders / David; Cases: Victims / Bathsheba; Representations: Bible / Book of Samuel



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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Author: Randall C. Bailey, Kearley Graduate School of Theology, Faulkner University

Contents:

  Acknowledgments (p. 3)
  Abbreviations (p. 5)
  Chapter 1
Rost's Theory of a Throne Succession Narrative and Its Proponents and Opponents (p. 7)
    1. Rost's Theory of a Throne Succession Narrative (ö. 7)
    2. Analysis of Research since Rost (p. 12)
    3. Conclusions (p. 30)
  Chapter 2
2 Samuel 10-12 and the Remainder of the Throne Succession Narrative (p. 33)
    1. Previous Arguments against the Unity of 2 Samule 9-20, 1 Kings 1-2 (p. 34)
    2. Themativ Dissimiliarities between 2 Samuel 10-12 and the Remainder of the Throne Succession Narrative (p. 38)
    3. Literary Dissimilarities between 2 Samuel 10-12 and the Remainder of the Throne Succession Narrative (p. 41)
    4. The Prophecy-Fulfillment Schema of 2 Sam 12.1-15a (p. 45)
    5. Problems Raised by the Historical Allusions in 2 Samuel 10-12 in relation to 13-20 (p. 46)
    6. Conclusions (p. 48)
  Chapter 3
The Ammonite War Materials 2 Samuel 10.1-11.1; 12.26-31 (p. 51)
    1. The Introductory Narrative (2 Sam 10.1-6a) (p. 53)
    2. War with the Ammonites and Arameans (2 Sam 10.6b-15) (p. 61)
    3. War with the Arameans and Concluding Etiology (2 Sam 10.16-19) (p. 67)
    4. The Battles at Rabbah (2 Sam 11.1 + 12.26-31) (p. 72)
    5. Conclusions (p. 78)
  Chapter 4
The David-Bathsheba, David-Uriah, and David-Nathan Complexes and the Birth of Solomon (p. 83)
    1. The David-Bathsheba Affair (2 Sam 11.2-5) (p. 84)
    2. The David-Uriah Complex (2 Sam 11-6-25) (P. 91)
    3. The David-Bathsheba Marriage and the Birth of the Child (2 Sam 11.26-27a) (p. 99)
    4. The David-Nathan Complex (2 Sam 11.27b-12.15) (p. 101)
    5. The Redemption of David (2 Sam 12.16-23) (p. 113)
    6. The Birth of Solomon (p. 116)
    7. Conclusions (p. 121)
  Chapter 5
Summary and Conclusions (p. 125)
  Notes (p. 131)
  Bibliography (p. 185)
  Index of Biblical References (p. 201)
  Index of Authors (p. 211)

Reviews:

Ackerman, James S. Hebrew Studies 33 (1992): 95-98. – Full Text: JSTOR (Restricted Access), Project MUSE (Restricted Access)

Carreira, José N. Cadmo No. 3 (1993). – Full Text: UCDigitalis (Free Access)

Wikipedia: Crime and punishment in the Bible: Bathsheba, David