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What year did Saul become king?

Last Updated: 12th April, 2020

1046 BC

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Similarly one may ask, who appointed Saul as king?

According to the biblical account found mainly in ISamuel, Saul was chosen king both by the judge Samueland by public acclamation.

Beside above, how many years did King Saul reign over Israel? reads 'Saul was one year when he becameking, and he reigned over Israel for twoyears, which is absurd.”

Similarly, you may ask, who was the first Israel king?

Saul

Who Wrote the Book of 1st Kings?

Samuel, the Talmud says, wrote the Book of Judgesand the Book of Samuel, until his death, at which point theprophets Nathan and Gad picked up the story. And the Book ofKings, according to tradition, was written by the prophetJeremiah.

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