Shaul's war against Ammon

Found 4 Search results

  1. The War against Ammon (I)

    Chapter 11 (Part I)

    Rabbi Amnon Bazak

    Nahash the Ammonite attacked the people of Yavesh Gilad; without Shaul's intervention, the people of Yavesh Gilad would have had to surrender in shame. Why? Why didn't the nation come to their aid? Why does Shaul have to take drastic measures to gather the nation? What is the significance of the parallels between this story and the story of the concubine at Giv'ah?

  2. The War against Ammon (II)

    Chapter 11 (Part II)

    Rabbi Amnon Bazak

    After Shaul was anointed as king in chapter 10, Nahash the Ammonite attacked Yavesh Gilad in chapter 11, and no one turns to Shaul for help. Shaul returns from tending to the cattle, and only hears about the events by accident. How can chapter 11 possible have happened after chapter 10?

  3. I Shmuel 11-12

    Matan Al Haperek

    Matan Al HaPerek - Neta Shapira

    Shaul realizes the dreams of the nation, achieving a brilliant victory against Bnei Ammon. Shmuel inaugurates Shaul for the third time and delivers a momentous farewell speech to the nation. 

  4. Lesson 7: Shadow King Assumes Power

    Prof. Yehuda Elitzur

    This essay describes Saul's battles and his coronation and declaration as king.