1 Samuel

Introduction to this Course on 1 Samuel 

The Book of 1 Samuel is one of the under-studied and underappreciated books of the Canon.  Admittedly, there are good reasons for Christians to focus most on books such as the Gospel of John and the Epistle to the Romans, the Book of Genesis and the Prophecy of Isaiah.  However, recognizing that the Canon as a whole is part of our inheritance as God's people and profitable for spiritual development (2 Timothy 3:16, 17), I find myself curious about and captivated by those less-familiar portions of God's Word, Ecclesiastes and Zechariah, Jude and Revelation, etc.  Our journey into the Book of Ruth is certainly along a path less-traveled.

And I hope that your heart yearns and burns for what Christ might have to tell us in these ancient and precious pages...especially about Himself!

A word about the structure of the lessons:  Each link below will take you to an individual lesson.  I hope that each lesson will be profitable and worthwhile in its own right.  However, when followed in their sequence, they will take you in an orderly course through the Book of 1 Samuel.

Our principal guide will be Matthew Poole.  For the first time, Matthew Poole's Latin Synopsis, a verse-by-verse history of interpretation, is being rendered into English.  The translation of the Poole's Synopsis forms the main body of the lesson.  However, in the "Comments" section, exegetical, theological, and practical (especially) comments are provided from some of the greatest teachers in the history of Christianity.  Feel free to add your own comments...to interact with the material, and with one another.

Lessons are already beginning to appear below, and new material will be added almost daily.  By the time that we are finished (by God's blessing and power), it will probably be the largest study of its kind available online.

Trusting in Christ, our Great Teacher, let's get started...

Introduction to the Book of 1 Samuel

1.  Reading and Discussion:  "Authorship"

2.  Reading and Discussion:

ABOUT US

Dr. Steven Dilday holds a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Campbell University, a Master of Arts in Religion from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia), and both a Master of Divinity and a  Ph.D. in Puritan History and Literature from Whitefield Theological Seminary.  He is also the translator of Matthew Poole's Synopsis of Biblical Interpreters and Bernardinus De Moor’s Didactico-Elenctic Theology.

ADDRESS

540-718-2554

 

426 Patterson St.

Central, SC  29630

 

dildaysc@aol.com

SUBSCRIBE FOR EMAILS

© 2019 by FROM REFORMATION TO REFORMATION MINISTRIES.