Book of Judges

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Noun1.Book of Judges - a book of the Old Testament that tells the history of Israel under the leaders known as judgesBook of Judges - a book of the Old Testament that tells the history of Israel under the leaders known as judges
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
Nebiim, Prophets - the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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And if, still led away by your natural bent, you desire to read books of achievements and of chivalry, read the Book of Judges in the Holy Scriptures, for there you will find grand reality, and deeds as true as they are heroic.
In the Bible, God called Deborah to lead the Israelites and she does it successfully without issues, as is evident in the book of Judges 4:4.
Like that of Yael, in the book of Judges, who drives a tent peg through an enemy general's head, killing him Instantly.
Yairah Amit maintains that the book of Judges was edited and compiled in Judah under the monarchy on the basis of northern traditions after the north fell to Assyria (p.
Hollow Men, Strange Women: Riddles, Codes and Otherness in the Book of Judges
This refrain describes the lawless state of anarchy in the era of the Book of Judges, Shofetim.
The story of Deborah and Barak from the biblical book of Judges describes amazing courage and fortitude beyond modern comprehension.
Among their perspectives are canon and charisma in the Book of Deuteronomy, the impact of prophetic experience on biblical interpretation, toward a model of reading for the formation of the affections, Pentecostal hermeneutics and the Book of Judges, and the work of the spirit in the interpretation of holy scripture from the perspective of a charismatic biblical theologian.
In the Old Testament Book of JUDGEs we read of Samson's "self sacrifice" by giving his life away intentionally to take as many enemy lives with him for the sake of God Almighty.
Jephtha Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome Just one performance on this WNO visit, of Handel's opera based on his last oratorio, inspired by the account of Jeptha from the Book of Judges and earlier dramatisations of the story.
The Hebrew name of the book of Judges is Shoftim, a term which
Quite casually I looked up the reference in The Book of Judges and read on, intrigued by an astonishing story of lust and violence and horrible revenge.