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  Torah Class    Old Testament Bible Study for a New Testament Understanding Torah is the Hebrew word for the first 5 books of the Bible and it is the foundation of the Old Testament just as the Old Testament is the foundation of the New. The Old Testament (Tanach) is the Holy Scripture that Jesus (Yeshua, in Hebrew) taught from, and His Disciples referred to, since there was no New Testament until well after the time of the Apostles that succeeded Him. The Old and New Testaments are inseparable and only when used together do we have a complete, unified, divinely-inspired Bible. Torah Class cross-references the Torah and Old Testament passages with New Testament passages to reveal their seamless continuity.

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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

Chronicles– Jewish Encyclopedia

Divrei Hyaiam 1 – Chronicles1  and   Divrei Hyaiam 2 – Chronicles2 text with Rashi’s commentary – Complete Jewish Bible

Chronicles 1 – Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Chronicles 2 – Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Notes on 1st Chronicles    Thomas L. Constable. Explains how the Septuagint in about 250BC was the first to separate Chronicles into two books.

Notes on 2nd Chronicles     Thomas L. Constable. A sequel to 1st Chroniclescovering about three centuries. Revelation of the failure of man and the victory of God.

New International Version (Book of Chronicles) On-Line

New English Translation (NET) (Book of Chronicles) On-Line

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2at Luther Seminary’s Enter the Bible. Study basics about Bible books, people, dates, places.

ChroniclesWikipedia

Chronicles Walk Thru the Bible

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2 – Geneva Study Bible

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2 – Matthew Henry’s Commentary

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2 – Wesley’s Explanatory Notes

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2 – Robert Jamieson’s Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the whole Bible

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2 – Scofield Reference Notes

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2  – World Wide Study Bible

Chronicles1   and   Chronicles2  – Bible Notes  

 

Introduction to 1st & 2nd Chronicles David Malick

Outline of 1st & 2nd Chronicles David Malick

Kings and Chronicles: Interpreting Historical Interpretation               Allen R. Guenther

The Historical Books                      J. Hampton Keathley III

King David’s Reign – A Nation United                              Mario Seiglie 

Was the Chronicler a Spin Doctor? David in the Books of Chronicles     Mark A. Throntveit

The Battle at the Pool of Gibeon                                   Mario Seiglie  

King Solomon’s Reign – Israel’s Golden Years               Mario Seiglie  

2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles, Psalms (Early King David)                         David Colburn

2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles, Psalms (David and Bathsheba; Consequences)                       David Colburn

Let Go and Let Others                       Bob Deffinbaugh  

Kingdoms of the Lord. A History of the Hebrew Kingdoms   David F. Payne

A Translation Guide to the Chronological Data in Kings and Chronicles     Leslie McFal

A comparison of 1 Chronicles with its Vorlage and a correlation with Vannutelli.  Ralph W. Klein

A comparison of 2 Chronicles with its Vorlage and a correlation with Vannutelli.  Ralph W. Klein

A Synopsis of 2 Chronicles Chronicler’s History: Retelling the Story   Barry Bandstra

The Purpose and Methods of the Chronicler     D.F. Payne

The Work of the Chronicler: Its Purpose and Its Date    Adam C. Welch 

The Date and Personality of the Chronicler    William Foxwell Albright

The purpose of the Books of Chronicles   William J. Dumbrell

The Books of Paralipomenon (Chronicles)    Florentine Bechtel

The Book of Chronicles: Another Look  Ehud Ben Zvi

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

Chronicles: Retelling the Story After the Return Shawn Zelig Aster

The Great Documents of the Persian Period     Gerald A. Larue

Kings and Chronicles: Interpreting Historical Interpretation   Allen R. Guenther 

Liturgy and Empire: Faith in Exile and Prophetic Historiography in 1 and 2 Chronicles   Scott W. Hahn

Genealogies of Chronicles 1-8   Ralph W. Klein 

Arranged in Family Trees  Echoes of Genesis in 1 Chronicles 4:9 – 10   R Christopher Heard

The LXX of 1 Chronicles 5:1-2: As an Exposition of Genesis 48-49    P. J. Williams

1 Chronicles 9:26-33: Its Position in Chapter 9   Piet B. Dirksen

Chronistic Tendency in 1 Chr 18,10-11   Piet B. Dirksen

Book of Chronicles  Ralph W. Klein

How Many in a Thousand?  Ralph W. Klein  An essay on the word “eleph”

Saul and David in Chronicles, & Samuel-Kings  Ralph W. Klein

Solomon in Chronicles and Kings     Ralph W. Klein 

The Kings of Judah                 Steven J. Cole  

OT Vignettes of Lesser Known Heroes and Villains (A Study in 2 Chronicles)   Jeffrey E. Miller                

Solomon 2 Chronicles 1-9   Ralph W. Klein

1 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Psalms (Solomon Rises to Power)                   David Colburn

Ecclesiastes, 1 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Proverbs (Solomon Reflects)                         David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Micah, Psalm, Hosea (Isaiah Prophesies Judgment and the Messiah, also, Micah and Hosea Prophesy and Hezekiah is Faithful)  David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Lamentations (Consequences of Rebellion)                          David Colburn

1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Obadiah, Psalms (Jehosophat, Ahab, and the Prophet Elijah)                       David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Lamentations (Consequences of Rebellion)                          David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Jonah, Isaiah, Amos, (Elisha, Jonah, Isaiah, Amos)                                        David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Micah, Psalm, Hosea (Isaiah Prophesies Judgment and the Messiah, also, Micah and Hosea Prophesy and Hezekiah is Faithful)            David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Psalms, Isaiah (Isaiah Prophesies Hope)                             David Colburn

Nahum, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Zephaniah, Jeremiah, Psalms (Josiah Repents, Other Kings Choose Poorly)                                        David Colburn

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Lamentations (Consequences of Rebellion)                    David Colburn

Rehoboam 2 Chronicles 10:1-12:16   Ralph W. Klein

The Great Divorce: The Kingdom Divided (1 Kings 12; 2 Chronicles 10)              Bob Deffinbaugh

Abijah 2 Chr 13:1-22  Ralph W. Klein

Asa 2 Chr 13:23-16:14   Ralph W. Klein

Jehoshaphat 2 Chr 17:1-21:3  Ralph W. Klein

Jehoram/Ahaziah to the End of the Northern Kingdom 2 Chr 21:1-28:27  Ralph W. Klein 

Hezekiah 2 Chr 29:1-32:33   Ralph W. Klein 

Manasseh 2 Chr33  Ralph W. Klein

Amon to the Exile 2 Chr 34-36  Ralph W. Klein 

Josiah and the Torah Book: Comparison of 2 Kgs 22:1-23:28 and 2 Chr 34:1-35:19     Lyle Eslinger

David:  Sinner and Saint in Samuel and Chronicles   Ralph W. Klein

The Faith and the World    Ralph W. Klein   A discussion of mosaics in Palestinian synagogues and their relationship to the first nine chapters of Chronicles.

Narrative Texts:  Chronicles, Nehemiah, and Nehemiah.  Ralph W. Klein

Synoptic Comparison of Chronicles with its Sources in Samuel and Kings    Ralph W. Klein   

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  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

New Politics, New Stories, New History: The Chronicler as Historian for a New Generation  W Boshoff

Great among his Brothers  but Who is He?  Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah.  Gerald N. Knoppers.


The Rhetorics of Finding a New Identity in a Multi-Religious and Multi-Ethnic Society: The Case of the Book of Chronicles
  L C Jonker

Was the Chronicler a Spin Doctor? David in the Books of Chronicles    Mark A. Throntveit

War Narratives in the Book of Chronicles: A New Proposal in Respect of Their Function   P.C. Beentje

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) 

The reign of Asa (2 Chronicles 14-16): an example of the Chronicler’s theological method    Raymond Dillard

The Chronicler as an Interpreter of Scripture    William M. Schniedewind

A Translation Guide to the Chronological Data in Kings and Chronicles    Leslie McFall

Kings and Chronicles: Interpreting Historical Interpretation    Allen R. Guenther

Eschatology in Chronicles    H. G. M. Williamson

Dating Chronicles by Archaeological Anomalies and Anachronisms  Walter Mattfeld  

The Chronicler’s Jehoshaphat    Ray Dillard

Jotham and Amon: Two Minor Kings of Judah According to Josephus   Christopher T. Begg

David’s Transfer of the Ark According to Josephus   Christopher T. Begg

The Man Who Won a War Without Fighting (2 Chronicles 20:1-30)             Steven J. Cole

Josephus’ portrait of Jeroboam    Louis H. Feldman 

The Role of Assyria in the Ancient Near East During the Reign of Manasseh    Roy Gane

The Fate of Jehoiakim   Alberto R.W. Green

The Chronicler: Theologian of Grace    Thomas D. Hanks

The Matriarchate and the Hebrew Regal Succession   Roland K. Harrison

Azariah of Judah and Tiglath-pileser III   Howell M. Haydn

Did Sennacherib campaign once or Twice Against Hezekiah    Siegfriend H. Horn

Josiah’s Reform and the Book of the Law   Donald W.B. Robinson

The Book of Josiah’s Reform               David Malick

Prophetic Speeches in Chronicles: Speculation, Revelation, and Ancient Historiography    Kent Sparks

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