1st & 2nd Chronicles
Divrei Yamim A Book of 1st Chronicles Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS, Kaplan texts of 1 Chronicles from the Jewish Publication Society Bible
Divrei Yamim B Book of 2nd Chronicles Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS, Kaplan texts of 2 Chronicles from the Jewish Publication Society Bible
Net Bible (Book of Chronicles) On-Line
Introduction to 1st & 2nd Chronicles David Malick
Outline of 1st & 2nd Chronicles David Malick
Chronicles Bob Dunston
Outline of 1st Chronicles Bob Dunston
Outline of 2nd Chronicles Bob Dunston
Cyrus – Judea - People and Places featuring summaries of important people and places of the Bible, the Holy Land and ancient times.
Notes on 1st Chronicles Thomas L. Constable A record of the things left behind. Remnants of the monarchy history. Records the importance of the temple in national life and condemns rationalism in national life, the idea that we can get along without God .
Notes on 2nd Chronicles Thomas L. Constable Emphasizes the importance of the temple in national life and condemns ritualism in national life, he idea that what satisfies God is external conformity rather than internal reality.
Conceptions of Davidic Hope in Ezekiel, Zechariah, Haggai, and the Chronicles Greg Herrick Most of the concepts developed in these books emerged during times of national distress for Israel and reflect much of the hope previously developed in the Old Testament.
1 & 2 Chronicles The covenant God of Israel still loves His people and is committed to their welfare if they will only demonstrate faithfulness to his covenant. There is a sense in which I, II Chronicles provide a theological overview of the chosen people, beginning with Adam and continuing down to the Babylonian Exile Division of Student Ministry Baptist General Convention of Texas
“Great Among His Brothers,” but Who is He? Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah Garry N. Knoppers explains how Judah was neither the firstborn of Israel nor the recipient of the birthright, but gained preeminence among his brothers
Echoes of Genesis in 1 Chronicles 4:9-10: An Intertextual and Contextual Reading of Jabez’s Prayer R. Christopher Heard, Journal of Hebrew Scriptures – Volume 4: Article 2 (2002)
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1 Chr 9:26-33: Its Position in Chapter 9 Piet B Dirksen
Chronistic Tendency in 1 Chr 18:10-11 Piet B Dirksen
Great among his Brothers but Who is He? Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah. Gerald N. Knoppers.
How Many in a Thousand? Ralph W. Klein An essay on the word “eleph”
Transformations in Meaning: The Accession of Solomon in Chronicles Christine Mitchell
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