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[[The Old Testament]] > [[Samuel]] -- First and Second Samuel are two halves of a single book, and this page serves as the introduction to both. <br>
* [[1 Samuel 2 | Chapter 2]]
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* [[1 Samuel 6 | Chapter 6]]
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* [[1 Samuel 1 | &nbsp;1]]  
* [[1 Samuel 7 | Chapter 7]]
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* [[1 Samuel 11 | 11]]  
* [[1 Samuel 8 | Chapter 8]]
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* [[1 Samuel 21 | 21]]  
* [[1 Samuel 9 | Chapter 9]]
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* [[1 Samuel 31 | 31]]  
* [[1 Samuel 10 | Chapter 10]]
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* [[1 Samuel 11 | Chapter 11]]
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* [[1 Samuel 2 | &nbsp;2]]  
* [[1 Samuel 12 | Chapter 12]]
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* [[1 Samuel 12 | 12]]  
* [[1 Samuel 13 | Chapter 13]]
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* [[1 Samuel 22 | 22]]  
* [[1 Samuel 14 | Chapter 14]]
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* [[1 Samuel 15 | Chapter 15]]
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* [[1 Samuel 3 | &nbsp;3]]  
* [[1 Samuel 16 | Chapter 16]]
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* [[1 Samuel 13 | 13]]  
* [[1 Samuel 17 | Chapter 17]]
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* [[1 Samuel 23 | 23]]  
* [[1 Samuel 18 | Chapter 18]]
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* [[1 Samuel 19 | Chapter 19]]
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* [[1 Samuel 4 | &nbsp;4]]  
* [[1 Samuel 20 | Chapter 20]]
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* [[1 Samuel 14 | 14]]  
* [[1 Samuel 21 | Chapter 21]]
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* [[1 Samuel 24 | 24]]  
* [[1 Samuel 22 | Chapter 22]]
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* [[1 Samuel 23 | Chapter 23]]
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* [[1 Samuel 5 | &nbsp;5]]  
* [[1 Samuel 24 | Chapter 24]]
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* [[1 Samuel 15 | 15]]
* [[1 Samuel 25 | Chapter 25]]
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* [[1 Samuel 25 |  25]]
* [[1 Samuel 26 | Chapter 26]]
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* [[1 Samuel 27 | Chapter 27]]
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* [[1 Samuel 6 |  &nbsp;6]]  
* [[1 Samuel 28 | Chapter 28]]
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* [[1 Samuel 16 | 16]]
* [[1 Samuel 29 | Chapter 29]]
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* [[1 Samuel 26 |  26]]
* [[1 Samuel 30 | Chapter 30]]
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* [[1 Samuel 31 | Chapter 31]]
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* [[1 Samuel 8 |  &nbsp;8]]  
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* [[1 Samuel 18 | 18]]
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* [[1 Samuel 28 |  28]]
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* [[1 Samuel 19 | 19]]
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* [[1 Samuel 29 |  29]]
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* [[1 Samuel 10 |  10]]  
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* [[1 Samuel 20 | 20]]  
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* [[1 Samuel 30 |  30]]
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* [[2 Samuel 1 |  &nbsp;1]]
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* [[2 Samuel 13 |  13]]
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* [[2 Samuel 14 |  14]]
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* [[2 Samuel 7 | &nbsp;7]]  
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* [[2 Samuel 9 |  &nbsp;9]]
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* [[2 Samuel 19 |  19]]
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* [[2 Samuel 10 |  10]]
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  [[1 Samuel 1 | Next page: 1 Samuel 1]]
  
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This page would ideally always be under construction. You are invited to contribute.
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== Historical setting ==
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''This heading should be brief and explain facts about the historical setting that will help a reader to understand the book. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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A broader treatment of the history of ancient Israel, including Kings, is found at [[Old Testament: Historical Overview#United kingdom.2C 1049-931 BC |Old Testament: Historical Overview]].
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== Summary ==
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''This heading should be brief and may include an outline of the book. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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== Discussion ==
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''This heading is for more detailed discussions of all or part of a passage. Discussion may include the meaning of a particular word, how a doctrinal point is developed throughout the passage, insights to be developed in the future, and other items. Contributions may range from polished paragraphs down to a single bullet point. The focus, however, should always be on understanding the scriptural text consistent with LDS doctrine. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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== Points to ponder ==
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''This heading is for prompts that suggest ways in which all or part of this passage can influence a person's life. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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== I have a question ==
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''This heading is for unanswered questions and is an important part of the continual effort to improve this wiki. Please do not be shy, as even a basic or "stupid" question can identify things that need to be improved on this page. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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== Relation to other scriptures ==
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''This heading is for notes about the relationship of this book to other sections and passages. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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=== Related scriptures ===
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The relationship of Samuel to other books of the Old Testament is addressed at [[Old Testament: Organization]].
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=== Parallel passages ===
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=== Text transmission ===
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=== Joseph Smith Translation ===
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== Complete outline and page map ==
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''This heading contains an outline for the entire book. Items in blue or purple text indicate hyperlinked pages that address specific portions of this section. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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== Resources ==
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''This heading is for listing links and print resources, including those cited in the notes. A short comment about the particular strengths of a resource can be helpful. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →''
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=== Translations ===
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* [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1samuel&version=AMP Amplified] • The Amplified Bible, 1987 update
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* [http://biblia.com/books/nasb95/1Sa NASB] • New American Standard Bible, 1995 update
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* [http://biblia.com/books/niv2011/1Sa NIV] • New International Version
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* [http://biblia.com/books/rsv/1Sa RSV] • Revised Standard Version
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=== Cited references ===
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=== Other resources ===
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== Notes ==
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''Footnotes are not required but are encouraged for factual assertions that average readers cannot easily evaluate for themselves, such as the date of King Solomon’s death or the nuanced definition of a Greek word. In contrast, insights rarely benefit from footnoting, and the focus of this page should always remain on the scriptures themselves rather than what someone has said about them. Links are actively encouraged on all sections of this page, and links to authoritative sources are preferable to footnotes.''
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Revision as of 13:19, 21 November 2012

The Old Testament > Samuel -- First and Second Samuel are two halves of a single book, and this page serves as the introduction to both.

Subpages: First Samuel
Subpages: Second Samuel

                                                                 Next page: 1 Samuel 1

This page would ideally always be under construction. You are invited to contribute.


Historical setting

This heading should be brief and explain facts about the historical setting that will help a reader to understand the book. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →

A broader treatment of the history of ancient Israel, including Kings, is found at Old Testament: Historical Overview.


Summary

This heading should be brief and may include an outline of the book. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →


Discussion

This heading is for more detailed discussions of all or part of a passage. Discussion may include the meaning of a particular word, how a doctrinal point is developed throughout the passage, insights to be developed in the future, and other items. Contributions may range from polished paragraphs down to a single bullet point. The focus, however, should always be on understanding the scriptural text consistent with LDS doctrine. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →


Points to ponder

This heading is for prompts that suggest ways in which all or part of this passage can influence a person's life. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →


I have a question

This heading is for unanswered questions and is an important part of the continual effort to improve this wiki. Please do not be shy, as even a basic or "stupid" question can identify things that need to be improved on this page. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →


Relation to other scriptures

This heading is for notes about the relationship of this book to other sections and passages. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →

Related scriptures

The relationship of Samuel to other books of the Old Testament is addressed at Old Testament: Organization.

Parallel passages

Text transmission

Joseph Smith Translation

Complete outline and page map

This heading contains an outline for the entire book. Items in blue or purple text indicate hyperlinked pages that address specific portions of this section. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →


Resources

This heading is for listing links and print resources, including those cited in the notes. A short comment about the particular strengths of a resource can be helpful. Click the link above and to the right to edit or add content to this heading. →

Translations

  • Amplified • The Amplified Bible, 1987 update
  • NASB • New American Standard Bible, 1995 update
  • NIV • New International Version
  • RSV • Revised Standard Version

Cited references

Other resources


Notes

Footnotes are not required but are encouraged for factual assertions that average readers cannot easily evaluate for themselves, such as the date of King Solomon’s death or the nuanced definition of a Greek word. In contrast, insights rarely benefit from footnoting, and the focus of this page should always remain on the scriptures themselves rather than what someone has said about them. Links are actively encouraged on all sections of this page, and links to authoritative sources are preferable to footnotes.




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