35). It was not till this second act of disobedience that Saul forfeited his kingdom irrecoverably. a The mention twice of the proverb, ... of both accounts in essentials, aquot; together with the assurance that aquot; Saul must have been a moral monster if he persecuted David with cool ... to give up the pursuit of David, and to march against the Philistines (xxiii. 25-28). By the second piece of treachery DIV. II. As 52.
|Title||:||Manual of Historico-critical Introduction to the Canonical Scriptures of the Old Testament|
|Author||:||Carl Friedrich Keil|