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by Andrew E. Steinmann
Building off his monumental commentary on 1 Samuel, Andrew Steinmann continues his work on this single Hebrew book with Concordia Commentary: 2 Samuel.
The Book of 2 Samuel begins with David being made King of Judah and then walks through his reign—including his defeat of the Philistines, his sins of adultery and murder, and the threats against his life.
Throughout the narrative of David’s life, the promise of the Son of David is proclaimed again and again. We are given a Christological type that foreshadows the life, ministry, and eternal reign of the crucified and risen Jesus, the lowly shepherd from Bethlehem who was anointed to be king of Israel. Even David’s notorious sins serve to demonstrate the forgiveness God freely bestows on us through David's Son and Lord.