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What is the literary purpose of not naming the king in 2 Kings 5-7?
Throughout the rest of Kings it seems perfectly normal for the narrator to give the name of any particular king (e.g. Ahab), even when that particular king is wicked (e.g. Ahab). But in 2 Kings 5-7, ...
Feb 1 '13 at 2:20
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