For this two-part conversation on 2 Samuel, I sat down with John Woodhouse in his home office in Sydney, Australia.

In part one, Woodhouse helps relate the story of God’s kingdom in David’s day to the context of God’s kingdom in our day. He gives us handles on how to teach 2 Samuel 7, one of the most important chapters in the Bible, in which God makes a covenant with David and promises that his throne will last forever. In part two, Woodhouse discuss the difficult-to-read—and even more challenging to teach—section on Amnon’s sin with Tamar and Absalom’s rebellion.

Books on 2 Samuel:

Audio Resources on 2 Samuel: