Political Power, Personality, and the Sovereignty of God:
The Books of First and Second Samuel
First and Second Samuel capture a unique period in the history of ancient Israel. They mark the radical transformation from a marginal company of tribes to a centralized state. Such change was enabled by the development of urban centers, new technologies, and the accumulation of wealth. It was directed by the personalities of the prophet Samuel, the tribal leader Saul, and David who became king. The books of Samuel strive to discern God’s action in this epic upheaval. So will we. Join us for eight weeks of political intrigue, personal aggrandizement, and faith.
This course will be held at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church | 3031 Monticello Boulevard | Cleveland Heights on eight Saturdays mornings January 17 to March 7, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
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