Book of Samuel the Seer
The Book of Samuel the Seer is a lost text.
A description within 1 Chronicles 29:29, the passage reads:
Sometimes called Samuel the Seer or The Acts of Samuel the Seer. It is possible that this book, along with the Book of Nathan the Prophet and the Book of Gad the Seer, were combined into 1st and 2nd Samuel, since Samuel dies mid-way and 2nd Samuel has nothing to do with Samuel.
- Table of books of Judeo-Christian Scripture
- Non-canonical books referenced in the Bible
- Lost work
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