Book of 1st. Kings

The records which make up 1 Kings and 2 Kings were written in Palestine (1046-606 B.C.), by scribes or prophets who were responsible for recording events during the reign of the king or kings under whom they served. These records were put into one book by the final author or authors, and the one book was divided into 1 Kings and 2 Kings by the Septuagint translators, around 294-289 B.C. If the final authors were Isaiah and Jeremiah, the book was finished around 743-683 B.C. and 782-606 B.C. History of the kings of Israel and Judah from the time of Solomon to the captivity by Babylonóa period of 413 years. The books of 1 Kings and 2 Kings begin with a record concerning King David and end with one regarding the king of Babylon. They open with an account of the building of the temple and close with its destruction. They begin with the story of David's first successor and end with the last one released from captivity. The character of all the kings of Israel and Judah is tested by the litmus testóDavid.
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