Part 11 of 66 of a project I started in the summer of 2019: To reread the Bible publicly, evaluating the oft-repeated notion that the text is inerrant, self-contained, and a bearer of clear, self-evident truths.
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1 Kings 1-10: David takes a long time to die. Solomon becomes king, but messes it up with too much lovin’. He has a lot of stuff, though.
1 Kings 10-22: Solomon dies, Judah and Israel now have two different kings, and a bunch of baffling nonsense goes down (mostly wars). Elijah the prophet does a bunch of SUSPICIOUSLY FAMILIAR prophet-y things. Ahab makes poor life choices.