33 episodes

The first narrative history podcast on the Bible.

Books of Kings Ian Huyett and Caleb Kramer

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 48 Ratings

The first narrative history podcast on the Bible.

    01- Wise as Serpents

    01- Wise as Serpents

    In the 10th century BC, the prophet Nathan engineered the rise of a young king. That king soon set to work brutally consolidating his power.

    Music by Kevin MacLeod.
     

    • 43 min
    02- Bring me a Sword

    02- Bring me a Sword

    There are good textual and archaeological reasons to think that Solomon was a historical king of the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah.
    Music by Kevin MacLeod.
     

    • 41 min
    03- Reverence and Awe

    03- Reverence and Awe

    If you think that a house of worship is supposed to look like a bland office building, then boy are you going to hate Solomon’s Temple.
    Music by Kevin MacLeod.
     

    • 52 min
    04- To Tear the Kingdom

    04- To Tear the Kingdom

    When Solomon turned away from God, the prophet Ahijah incited a holy revolution against the United Kingdom.

    Music by Kevin MacLeod.

    • 44 min
    05- I Will Use Scorpions

    05- I Will Use Scorpions

    The late tenth century saw a three-sided war between Judah under Rehoboam, Israel under Jeroboam, and Egypt under the Libyan pharaoh Shishak.

    Music by Kevin MacLeod.

    • 44 min
    05.1- Bonus: Ashtoreth and Easter

    05.1- Bonus: Ashtoreth and Easter

    Easter is not a pagan holiday.

    Music by Kevin MacLeod.

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

Iglishmek ,

Excellent and timely

With the explosion of history podcasts, I’m so glad these two decided to bring the world of Bible scholarship and biblical narrative to life. Their episodes are informative, encouraging, and entertaining. I do wish they incorporated more patristic commentary, but that is only a small tweak to make it even better.

matt c ks ,

Amazing

Brought the book of kings to life for me! The narrative, the archeological and historical evidence, sociological and political context, biblical historicity. Fantastic and I hope this is start of genre of podcasts.

Man vs womenz ,

Insanely good host.

Found them on Youtube when looking up reconstructions of Solomon's Temple, now I am hooked. It is fantastic to have host who are logical, know history, can reference a wide range of events and have a deep understanding of context and relationships.

Just pure, smart, enjoyable individuals.

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