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Wall fresco from Lalibela Church in Ethiopia, perhaps of the Queen of Sheba traveling to meet King Solomon in Israel.  Some have thought it depicts St. George, the patron saint of Ethiopia, but there is no dragon depicted.  It might be a creative portrayal of the Queen as St. George.  Photo credit: A. Davey under Creative Commons

Notes and Essays

on the Book of Kings

 

The Peace of God:

A Reflection on 2 Kings 5:1 - 19

The Tel Dan Inscription, 870-750 B.C.E., noted for presenting the first historical evidence of King David from the Bible.  The Aramean king who erected the stela claims to have defeated the “king of Israel” and the “king of the House of David” under the divine guidance of the god Hadad.  The finding of the inscription in 1993 attracted a huge amount of attention, and was published on the front pages of Time magazine and the New York Times.