Least Blogged Scriptures Part 1 (Genesis – 2 Chronicles)

Joshua 20 (100) – Cities of refuge
1 Sam 27 (100) – David among the Philistines
1 Sam 29 (57) – Achish sends David to Ziklag
2 Sam 4 (94) – Ishbosheth murdered
2 Sam 20 (65) – Sheba rebels against David
2 Kings 11 (74) – Athaliah and Joash
2 Kings 12 (100) – Joash repairs the temple
1 Chron 3 (90) – Sons of David, Kings of Judah, Post Exile lineage
1 Chron 5 (80) – Geneaologies of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh
1 Chron 6 (82) – More geneaologies
1 Chron 7 (59) – More geneaologies
1 Chron 8 (38) – More genaologies
1 Chron 9 (88) – More lists
1 Chron 14 (79) – David defeats the Philistines
1 Chron 18 (65) – David’s victories
1 Chron 19 (72) – David Defeats the Ammonites
1 Chron 20 (48) – Capture of Rabah & War with the Philistines
1 Chron 23 (69) – More geneaologies
1 Chron 24 (53) – More lists (Levites)
1 Chron 25 (46) – More lists (Musicians)
1 Chron 27 (41) – Army divisions
2 Chron 3 (67) – Solomon builds the temple
2 Chron 8 (46) – Solomon’s other activities
2 Chron 10 (57) – Israel rebels against Rehoboam
2 Chron 11 (60) – More Rehoboam
2 Chron 12 (62) – Shishak attacks Jerusalem
2 Chron 13 (82) – Abijah
2 Chron 17 (61) – Jehoshaphat
2 Chron 21 (75) – Jehoram
2 Chron 22 (80) – Ahaziah
2 Chron 23 (26) – Athaliah and Joash
2 chron 27 (26) – Jotham

0 Responses to Least Blogged Scriptures Part 1 (Genesis – 2 Chronicles)

  1. john umland says:

    well it looks like i at least have some stuff in the long tail, like Joshua 7, Judges 11, 1 Samuel 12, Leviticus 21, etc. i’m not a total crowd following loser 😉 all that work in the NT is not a loser thing though…
    i did take offense though at a comment, on the “most blogged passages” entry, of too little blogging on the Bible Jesus read. i consider the whole book the Bible Jesus wrote. the OT is full of types and shadows. the NT is clear. it’s low hanging fruit. for those of us with day jobs and without MDiv degrees, why shouldn’t we write up stuff from the easy parts. they are still the correct parts. i enjoy the interconnectedness of the Bible. it has one author. and i’m sure he is honored by all the work by amateur bloggers in the NT as well as the feeble attempts by amateurs like me in the OT.
    God is good
    jpu

  2. Trey Morgan says:

    Interesting. Or maybe not so interesting. That’s why they are the least blogged.

  3. mattdabbs says:

    I am a little surprised at some of these – cities of refuge, Ishbosheth, Joash repairs the temple, Solomon builds the temple, etc. What is most surprising are not the very least blogged about because it is pretty obvious why but are those extremely significant passages that don’t make it anywhere near the top that I mentioned in the first post. More on those later.

  4. dannydodd says:

    Interesting post. As mentioned- some good stuff is being overlooked.

  5. johnny rock says:

    king david was the first king of rock!

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