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the first of two Old Testament books telling the histories of the kings of Judah and Israel

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This can be seen as a strong argument against the assumed association of the epilogues in the books of Kings and the concept of the Rephaim.
When describing the place of the concept of ancestral identity within the books of Kings, Suriano suggests a relation with different deuteronomistic redactions.
formerly of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg and now at Perkins, began his scholarly work with an important dissertation on the Deuteronomistic History and has now followed that with significant commentaries in OTL on Joshua and Deuteronomy, and on the books of Kings in Interpretation, all three from the same Deuteronomistic school of thought.
In fact, it is much more likely that the manuscript contained only the Books of Kings.
Among the topics are the emergence and disappearance of the separation between the Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic History in biblical studies, how to recognize a literary work in the Hebrew Bible, the envisioning of the land in the priestly material, Exodus 32-34 and the quest for an Enneateuch, and the criteria of judgment and Deuteronomism in the Books of Kings.
Translation and interpretation in the Targum to the books of Kings.