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5,14-15. C makes a number of more minor adjustments, of which only the most significant can be noted. In v. la the informal narrative style of 2 Sam. 2, There were sons born to David in Hebron', is replaced by a formal definitive record, These were the sons of David who were born to him at Hebron'. Minor detractions in character or incident are omitted. In 2 Samuel Abigail is identified as 'the wife of Nabal of Carmel'; here the discredited Nabal disappears. The phrases in 2 Sam. 5 that in Hebron David reigned 'over Judah', while in Jerusalem he reigned 'over all Israel and Judah', are also suppressed: for C David is simply king of Israel; initial difficulties do not signify.
3-4); Netophah was the home of two of David's mighty men (1 Chron. 30), who were also superintendents of the royal service (1 Chron. 13, 15), besides being the residence of a Levitical musician (1 Chron. 16; Neh. 28). This last association prepares the way for the climax in v. 54. 23 55 The text of v. 54 seems to have lost at least one phrase: 'the sons of Salma, the father o/Bethlehem, were... ' Cf. the structure of v. 52 and the resumption in 1 Chron. 3, below. Those brought most nearly into association with David are scribes of Kenite origin and affiliated to the Rechabites.
Judah himself, having compromised himself by resorting to one whom he takes to be a common prostitute, is by that act seduced by his daughter-in-law because of his earlier failure to provide her with his third son as husband. It is from this irregular levirate union, consummated because of failure in different ways by the original husband, his brother and his father, that there are born twin sons. Like Israel and Esau, they are contentious even from the womb: Perez ousts Zerah from his position as first-born (Gen.