Responding to the need for quality material for personal and group Bible study, Ronald S. Wallace has taken care to write this exposition of 1 Kings in such a way that modern readers can learn from this part of the Old Testament, and pastors and teachers can use it in their work.
Designed to benefit classroom settings and weekly study groups, this book is divided into sixteen sections that help bring about a clear understanding of the message of 1 Kings. An introduction to each section describes the main historical facts to be noted as the passage is read, and each section concludes with a list of questions and notes that prompt further discussion and study.
Ronald S. Wallace is retired from teaching at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. He is the author of numerous books, including 'Many Things in Parables', 'Calvin, Geneva, and the Reformation', and 'Readings in 2 Kings'.