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Leverette 1 Lacey Leverette Mr. Irvin Religion 1004-001 22 March 2011 State two main claims of the royal-Zion ideology, i.e., the ideal picture of kingship as presented by the Davidic kings in Jerusalem. (For clues, see 2 Samuel 7:11-12, 14- 16; Psalm 2:6-8; Psalm 72:7-14; Psalm 48:1-8). Then in a second short paragraph (2-3 sentences), summarize how the Deuteronomistic writer of 2 Kings 17:7-23 understood the fall of the Northern Kingdom, Israel.
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Unformatted text preview: Two main claims of the royal-Zion ideology are (1) God elected David and descendents to rule over people and (2) Davidic King is adopted son of God psalm 2 correlation. The Deuteronomistic writer of 2 Kings 17:7-23 understood the fall of the Northern Kingdom, Israel as the divine punishment. The northern kings imitated the sin of Jeroboam and had led the people to sin-all had broken Yahwehs covenant laws....
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