Righteous Jehu and His Evil Heirs The Deuteronomist s Negative Perspective on Dynastic Succession Oxford Theological Monographs David T Lamb examines not only the dynasty of Jehu within the narrative of Kings but also the broader context of the dynasties of Israel and Judah in the books of Kings and Samuel Lamb discusses re

  • Title: Righteous Jehu and His Evil Heirs: The Deuteronomist's Negative Perspective on Dynastic Succession. Oxford Theological Monographs.
  • Author: David T. Lamb
  • ISBN: 9781281150363
  • Page: 168
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  • David T Lamb examines not only the dynasty of Jehu within the narrative of 2 Kings, but also the broader context of the dynasties of Israel and Judah in the books of Kings and Samuel Lamb discusses religious aspects of kingship such as anointing, divine election, and prayer in both the Old Testament and in the literature of the ancient Near East He concludes that theDavid T Lamb examines not only the dynasty of Jehu within the narrative of 2 Kings, but also the broader context of the dynasties of Israel and Judah in the books of Kings and Samuel Lamb discusses religious aspects of kingship such as anointing, divine election, and prayer in both the Old Testament and in the literature of the ancient Near East He concludes that the Deuteronomistic editor, because of a deep concern that leaders be divinely chosen and obedient to Yahweh, sought to subvert the monarchical status quo by shaping the Jehuite narrative to emphasize that dynastic succession disastrously fails to produce righteous leaders.

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    1. David T. Lamb

      Lamb is associate professor of Old Testament at Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, Pennsylvania He has worked in campus ministry with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship His first book was Righteous Jehu and His Evil Heirs Oxford.

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