Not «Who Is on the Lord's Side?» but «Whose Side Is the Lord On?»

Not «Who Is on the Lord's Side?» but «Whose Side Is the Lord On?»

Second Samuel 16:5–14 is an important text for defining the character of both King David and Yahweh, the God of Israel. In this scene, the points of view of the various speakers battle for control of the narrative, attempting in turn to align their perspective with some aspect of what has been revealed earlier about Yahweh in the larger biblical story. Shimei, relative of the dead King Saul, paints David as a murderer and under a divine curse. Shimei presents himself… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (April 22, 2014)

Collection: Studies in Biblical Literature

Parent ISBN: 9781433119798

Page count: 155 pages

Language: English


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