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Judg.

abbr. Bible
Judges
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As far as the book of Judges is concerned, Noth allowed for considerable post-deuteronomistic supplementation of the work, and indeed left inadequately treated some major sections, such as judges 17-21; yet he maintained that the work represented the creative result of a compilation from two major sources, one an account of the experience of various deliverers and the other the record of the so-called `minor judges', in Judg.
Judicate's common stock is listed on the NASDAQ Small Cap Market under the symbol JUDG.
This manuscript is the only extant witness not to have Judg.
David Kimhi and Abarbanel (in their respective commentaries to Judg.
While a king is frequently perceived as powerful, many of the narratives depict him as really weak and ineffective, often defeated by leaders of tribes or judges (see Judg.