David, an Ephraimite

Genealogy in the Bible
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ISBN-13:
9783330702103
Einband:
Paperback
Seiten:
232
Autor:
Christian C. Park
Gewicht:
362 g
Format:
220x150x14 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

David, an Ephraimite tells that God's justice and grace is upheld in the righteous Joseph and his descendants. David's genealogy was rooted to Ephraim, the younger son of Joseph some clans of whose descendants had settled in Bethlehem area much earlier than the entry of the mixed-up tribe Judah to the land of Canaan. The reliable genealogy of David is only from Ephraimite Salma (Salmon) as a traceable genealogy as does the case of Samuel from Ephraimite Elkanah, a descendant of Zuph (Ephraimites, NIV; Ephrathite, KJV). Zadok's genealogy was not from Phinehas line of the true Aaronites but from Canaanite Jebusites. David Ephraimite covers from the day of Abram's migration to the land of Canaan to the Exodus, to the Judges and to David's genealogy and his accomplishment in the history of Israel and Christianity. As the Exodus must be understood to be the early Exodus during Auserre Apophis of the Hyksos rather than the latter Exodus during the Ramesside era, so must the succeeding period the Judges after Joshua be done from the viewpoint of the Egyptian campaigns and control on the land of Canaan in the Egyptian Eighteenth and Nineteenth Dynasties.