A Tale of Three Kings Topics for Discussion

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Why does the old king tell David he will one day be king? How has David proven himself worthy of this prediction? Is this why David goes to live with Saul? Is David destined to be king of Saul's kingdom before he goes to live with him?

Why does David one day begin practicing throwing rocks? How does David know he will one day need this skill? Why is David happy for killing one of God's creatures? Should David have killed the bear if he is a good Christian?

Why does the writer gloss over David's murder of Goliath? Why is this unimportant to the moral of the story? Why is David embarrassed by the notoriety this causes him? Would you be embarrassed by the attention?

Discuss the symbolism of the spears. Why does the writer say that Saul throws spears at David? What are these spears...

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