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mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings

Edwin Richard Thiele

mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings

by Edwin Richard Thiele

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Published by Zondervan Pub. House in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. Kings -- Chronology,
  • Bible. O.T. Chronicles -- Chronology,
  • Chronology, Jewish,
  • Jews -- History -- 953-586 B.C. -- Chronology

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdwin R. Thiele.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS637.2 .T45 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination253 p. ;
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3493601M
    ISBN 100310360102
    LC Control Number82013505

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    Merril F. linger in the July-September, , issue of Bibliotheca Sacra declares that The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings is "invaluable in that it makes a careful analysis of Old Testament chronological data, defending their essential reliability, and sets forth the complex chronological principles employed by the Hebrew scribes.   Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings by E.R. Thiele, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(12).

      The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings. Edwin Thiele. Edwin Thiele. Kregel Publications / / Trade Paperback. Mr. Thiele did a considerably good job harmonizing the reigns of the Kings of both Israel and Judah. He very clearly outlines the methods used by the chroniclers of these two kingdoms and how their methods compare to the 4/5(1).   The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings. By Edwin R. Thiele. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. pages. $ The vexing problems connected with the chronology of the kings of Israel and Judah have occupied the energy of scholars for many years.


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The mysterious numbers of the kings must at length be made to reveal their secrets.” (Pg. 15) He continues, “The only basis for a sound chronology of the period to be discussed is a completely unbiased use of the biblical statements in the light of all other knowledge we can bring to bear on this problem, notably the history and chronology /5(27).

The mysterious numbers of the kings must at length be made to reveal their secrets.” (Pg. 15) He continues, “The only basis for a sound chronology of the period to be discussed is a completely unbiased use of the biblical statements in the light of all other knowledge we can bring to bear on this problem, notably the history and chronology /5.

For centuries scholars have puzzled over the problem of Old Testament chronology. One of the most difficult issues has been the synchronization of the reign of the Hebrew kings. The biblical records provide much information about these kings and how they relate to each other.

But when all the information is put together it seems contradictory, as early as the third century B.C. attempts were 4/5(3). Solutions to these difficulties appeared even more remote as scholarship succeeded in determining the exact dates of events in ancient Babylon and Assyria, these dates seemed to be in hopeless conflict with the Bible.

The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings () by Edwin Thiele4/5(1). The standard harmonized chronology for the Hebrew kings that is featured in almost all study Bibles and commentaries and taught in most English-speaking seminaries is mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings book kings chronology developed by Dr.

Edwin R. Thiele in the s and s and published in his book Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew of you are no doubt familiar with that well-known work.

The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings Item Preview remove-circle From its first publication this book has been recognized as a classic in the field of biblical studies.

In this revised third edition Dr. Thiele reexamines the records in light of recent scholarship, explores more fully the Hebrew dual dating system, and offers a careful. The ages of the kings of Judah --D.

Coregencies and rival reigns in Israel and Judah --E. Hebrew and Babylonian months --F. The Assyrian Eponym List -- G.

The rulers of Babylon and Persia according to the Canon of Ptolemy -- H. Eclipses establishing the chronology of the ancient Near East. The mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings. [Edwin Richard Thiele] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create --Chapter The Origin of the Book of Kings --Chapter In Conclusion. The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings Author: Edwin R.

Thiele For centuries scholars have puzzled over the problem of Old Testament chronology. One of the most difficult issues has been the synchronization of the reign of the Hebrew kings. From its first publication this book has been recognized as a classic in the field of biblical.

The following is based on Thiele's book The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings. The chronology of the Hebrew kings rests primarily on a series of reign lengths and cross references within the books of Kings and Chronicles, in which the accession of each king is dated in terms of the reign of his contemporary in either the southern kingdom Alma mater: Emmanuel Missionary College, University of.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings/5(4). Up until the appearance of The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings' by Edwin Thiele inthe possibility of the harmonization of the dates for the Hebrew kings as given in the Book of Kings seeme9 impossibly remote, if not actually irreconcilable.

The apparent conflict of. BOOK REVIEWS 28 1 Kings." (Although not treated as such in the earlier editions of Mysterious Numbers, Thiele has hitherto given this concept of "dual dating" consider- able exposure in his Chronology of the Hebrew Kings.) Except for the items mentioned above, the basic content and theAuthor: Kenneth A.

Strand. The mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings: a reconstruction of the chronology of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah by Edwin Richard Thiele; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Bible, Chronology, History, Jewish Chronology, Jews; Times: B.C., To B.C.

The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings | Thiele, Edwin R. | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Referenced for this table: Edwin R. Thiele’s The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings and John Schaller’s Book of Books All 15 / OT Books 0 / Old Testament Timelines 7 / New Testament Timelines 9 / NT Books 0 / Homepage 0 / Basics 0 / Beyond the Basics 0 / Timelines 0.

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Thiele. (New revised edition) Considered the classic and comprehensive work in reckoning the accession of kings, calendars, and coregencies based upon the Old Testament Free shipping over $The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings is a reconstruction of the chronology of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah by Edwin R.

Thiele; the book was his doctoral dissertation and is regarded as the definitive work on the chronology of Hebrew book is considered the classic and comprehensive work in reckoning the accession of kings, co-regencies, based on biblical and extra .1Edwin R.

Thiele, The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings. See Appendix 1 at the end of these notes for a chart of the "Dates of the Rulers of Judah and Israel." Other charts appear in James A.

Montgomery, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Books of Kings, pp. ; Gwilym Jones, 1 and 2 Kings, ; John Gray, I & II Kings, p.

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