King Josiah of Judah: The Lost Messiah of Israel

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KING JOSIAH
of Judah

The Lost Messiah of Israel

MARVIN A. SWEENEY

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS
2001

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Author's Note *
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • King Josiah of Judah *
  • Introduction 3
  • I - The Deuteronomistic History 21
  • 1 - 2 Kings 23:31–25:30 and the Exilic Edition of the Dtrh 33
  • 2 - The Regnal Evaluation of Josiah in 2 Kings 22:1–23:30 40
  • 3 - The Regnal Evaluation of Manasseh in 2 Kings 21:1–18 52
  • 4 - The Regnal Evaluation of Hezekiah in 2 Kings 18–20 64
  • 5 - The Presentation of the Northern Kingdom of Israel in 1 Kings 12–2 Kings 17 77
  • 6 - The Critique of Solomon in 1 Kings 1–11 and 2 Samuel 9/11–24 93
  • 7 - David, Saul, and the Presentation of the Judges 110
  • 8 - Joshua 125
  • 9 - Deuteronomy 137
  • 10 - Conclusion to Part I 170
  • II - Prophetic Literature and Josiah's Reign 179
  • 11 - Zephaniah 185
  • 12 - Nahum 198
  • 13 - Jeremiah 208
  • 14 - Isaiah 234
  • 15 - Hosea 256
  • 16 - Amos 273
  • 17 - Micah 287
  • 18 - Habakkuk 301
  • 19 - Conclusion to Part II 311
  • Conclusion 315
  • Bibliography 325
  • Author Index 343
  • Selected Scripture Index 347
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