Who betrayed ahimelech the priest and David to Saul?

What happened to abiathar the priest?

Abiathar was deposed (the sole historical instance of the deposition of a high priest) and banished to his home at Anathoth by Solomon, because he took part in the attempt to raise Adonijah to the throne instead of Solomon.

Who is the son of Ahimelech?

What did Solomon do to Adonijah?

David’s favourite wife, Bathsheba, organized an intrigue in favour of her son Solomon. Shortly after his accession, Solomon had Adonijah put to death on the ground that, by seeking to marry David’s concubine Abishag, he was aiming at the crown (I Kings 1 ff.).

Who was Zadok’s father?

Who was Abimelech in the Book of Judges?

Abimelech, a son of Gideon and a concubine from Shechem, persuades his mother’s kinsfolk to support his bid to rule. An evil spirit from God stirs up strife between Abimelech and the Shechemites. Gaal arrives in Shechem and encourages revolt. Abimelech takes the city, kills all within, and destroys it.

Was ahimelech killed by Saul?

Saul coldly rejected his claim and ordered Ahimelech and the priests to be executed. His officials refused to raise their hands against the priests, and Saul turned to Doeg, who carried out the executions.

Was Abimelech the first king of Israel?

Abimelech is the 71st son of Gideon. Abimelech stands out because he is born of a concubine who lived in Shechem instead of a wife who lived with Gideon (8:31). His rebellion gets destroyed and Abimelech kills all the people of Shechem and salts their town (9:45). …

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