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  1. the first of two Old Testament books telling the histories of the kings of Judah and Israel
    • lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
    • synonym of I Kings: 1 Kings
    • instance of: book = a major division of a long written composition
    • part of: Old Testament = the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; Nebiim / Prophets = the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures

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Google previewConcise Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (2006)

I Kings ch. 17, v. 12 11 How long halt ye between two opinions? I Kings ch. 18, v. 21 12 There ariseth a little cloud out of the ... I Kings ch. 18, v. 44 13 He girded up his loins. I Kings ch. 18, v. 46 14 But the Lord was not in the wind: and after the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences [...] (1771)

... astenfms are prefixed, are rejected by the Protestants, as apocryphal. See Apocry- fha. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Josh ua, Judges and Ruth, 1 Samuel, or I Kings, 2 Samuel, or 2 Kings, 1 Kings, otherwise called iii.

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (1999)

I Kings ch. iS, v. 46 2 He himself went a day's journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a juniper tree. I Kings ch. 19, v. 4 3 But the Lord was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake; but the Lord was not in the ...

Google previewThe popular and critical Bible encyclopaedia and Scriptural dictionary, fully defining and explaining all religious terms, including biographical, geographical, historical, archaeological and doctrinal themes. Superbly illustrated with over 600 maps and engravings (1920)

The doors of the oracle were composed of olive tree ; but the doors of the outer temple had posts of olive tree, and leaves of fir (i Kings vi:3i, sq.). Both doors, as well that which led into the Temple as that which led from the 'holy' to the 'holy of ...

Google previewThe Jewish Encyclopedia. A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day (1906)

In the case of Solomon it is “the book of the acts of Solomon” (I Kings xi. 41); for the Northern Kingdom it is “ the book of the chronicles of the kings of Israel," which is cited seventeen times, i.e., for all the kings except Jehoram and Hoshea (see, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica. Or, A Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Compiled Upon a New Plan in which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into Distinct Treatises Or Systems; and the Various Technical Terms, Etc., are Explained as They Occur in the Order of the Alphabet (1771)

Levzticus, Numbt rs, Deuteroiiomy, joshiia, judges and Ruth, 1 Samuel, or i Kings , 2 Samuel, or 2 Kings. i Kings, otherwise called iii. Kings, 2 Kings, otherwise called iv. Kings. 1 C-hronicles, 2 Chronicles, . i Efdras, (as the LXX and Vulgate call ...

Google previewThe popular and critical Bible encyclopaedia and Scriptural dictionary. fully defining and explaining all religious terms, including biographical, geographical, historical, archaeological and doctrinal themes (1920)

The doors of the oracle were composed of olive tree ; but the doors of the outer temple had posts of olive tree, and leaves of fir (i Kings vi:3i, sq.). Both doors, as well that which led into the Temple as that which led from the 'holy' to the 'holy of ...

Google previewThe new Schaff-Herzog encyclopedia of religious knowledge (1910)

I Kings i.-xi. contains the account of David's death with Solomon's accession and the story of his reign, including the ... The first two chapters of I Kings belong rather to the preceding narrative beginning with II Sam. ix. and giving the story of ...

Google previewThe New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Thought: Innocents-Liudger (2006)

The books divide into three parts. I Kings i.-xi. contains the account of David's death with Solomon's accession and the story of his reign, including the account of the building of the temple and of the internal and external policies inaugurated by ...

Google previewThe New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Thought. Aachen-Basilians V1 (2006)

Ceremo- locks (I Kings xviii, 23), and by kiss- nies of the ing his images (I Kings xix, 18). In Baal-wor- the Baal-temple of Samaria the pillar ship. of Baal was of stone (II Kings x, 27). Usually a Baal was worshiped in conjunction with Astarte ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Americana : a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography, brought down to the present time (1836)

4), is as follows: — Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges and Ruth ; I Samuel, or I Kings ; II Samuel, or II Kings ; I Kings, otherwise called HI Kings; II Kings, otherwise called IV Kings; I Es- dras (as it is called in ...

Google previewThe New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Thought: Trench-Zwingli, Appendix (2006)

25), though the Hebrew kings bore a reputation for mildness (I Kings xx. 31). Sometimes the entire captive host was slain (Judges vii. 25; Josh. x. 24 sqq.), and severe practises of other kinds are known (Judges i. 6-7; I Sam. xi. 2). As a rule the ...

Google previewInternational encyclopedia of linguistics (2003)

Use of Tense/Aspect Forms in Biblical Hebrew (I Kings 1:14; cf. I Samuel 10:5 ... ar 'Pctl_<£m ba§:0'“tiYm wa'?aniy er 'Pct/_<£m bd(iakrab:iYm my father flogged you with whips, but I will flog you with scorpions (I Kings 12:11; cf. Joshua 1:17a ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Jewish medical ethics. a compilation of Jewish medical law on all topics of medical interest ... (2003)

W.B. Kouwenhoven, JAMA 173:1064, 1960. 6. I Kings 17:17-24. 7. Radak and Ralbag, I Kings 17:21. 8. In reference to this disagreement see Radak, I Kings 17: 17; Tosafot, Bava Metzi'a 114b, s.v. amor, Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed, ...

Google previewThe New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Thought: Liutprand-Moralities (2006)

Unfortunately it is not and Copper, stated where Solomon obtained his abundant silver (I Kings x. 27). The practical uses of silver answered in general to those of gold; for current exchange (Gen. xxiii. 16, xliii. 21), for utensils and ornament ...

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The people have a right supremeTo make their kings, for Kings are made for them.All Empire is no more than Pow'r in Trust,Which when resum'd, can be no longer just.Successionm for the general good design'd,In its own wrong a Nation cannot bind. (John Dryden)
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