Paralipomenon

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Paralipomenon:

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two books of the Bible, originally a single work in the Hebrew canon (the final book of that canon), called First and Second Chronicles in the Authorized Version, and called First and Second Paralipomenon in the Septuagint and in the Vulgate.
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Written by Patrick Henry Reardon (pastor of All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church), Chronicles of History and Worship: Orthodox Christian Reflections on the Books of Chronicles is a faithful and serious-minded commentary on the Old Testament Books of Chronicles, written to promote Christian understanding of the Bible's history, the heritage of saints, and the central focus of worship in the believer's life.
Klein cuts a cross section through the sixty-five chapters of the Books of Chronicles and asks particularly about the Chronicler's knowledge of Africa and Africans and how Africans related to and interacted with Israel in the Books of Chronicles.
It revisits the old question of the usefulness of the books of Chronicles in reconstructing Israelite history, focusing specifically on the Chronicler's account of Hezekiah's reign in 2 Chronicles 29-32.