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'''Relationship to Old Testament.''' The relationship of Samuel to even larger blocks of text is discussed at '''[[Old Testament: Organization | Organization and Overview of the Old Testament]]''' and '''[[First Historical Cycle]]'''.
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'''Relationship to Old Testament.''' The relationship of Samuel to even larger blocks of text is discussed at [[Old Testament: Organization | Organization and Overview of the Old Testament]] and [[First Historical Cycle]].
  
 
'''Story.''' First and Second Samuel are a single continuous story of the judgeships of Eli and Samuel and the kingships of Saul and David. Samuel is treated here in five major sections:
 
'''Story.''' First and Second Samuel are a single continuous story of the judgeships of Eli and Samuel and the kingships of Saul and David. Samuel is treated here in five major sections:

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