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Torah Anthology : Shmuel (Samuel) Vol. 1

  • Torah Anthology : Shmuel (Samuel) Vol. 1

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Translated by Nathan Bushwick. The Book of Samuel I is the third in the books of Prophets. This volume covers a period of fifty-some-odd years during which the Israelite nation passed from the leadership of judges, the last one being Samuel himself, to the leadership of kings. Beginning with Samuel's birth and tutelge under Eli the High Priest, the book goes on to detail the major events of the next half century, most of which Samuel, as G-d's prophet and trustworthy messenger, played an important role as one of the greatest Jewish leaders of all times. But Scripture conceals at the same time as it reveals. What was so special about the way Channah pleaded with G-d that made her the classical example of how we have to pray? How did the captured Ark of the Lord return on its own? How and why was Saul chosen as Israel's first king? Was David's slingshot victory over Goliath just a fluke? What was the real reason Saul pursued David so relentlessly? Why is the relationship between Jonathan and David seen as the paradigm of all altruistic love? Drawing on a wide range of sources, the Me'Am Lo'ez/Torah Anthology on the Book of Samuel answers all these questions and many more, giving the reader a vital and vibrant picture of those special times.

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