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Origen.; Elizabeth Ann Dively Lauro
|Language Note:||Translated from the Latin.|
|Notes:||Translated from the Latin.|
|Description:||xiv, 138 pages ; 22 cm.|
Homilies on Judges. Homily one: Concerning what is written in the Book of Judges: "And the people served the Lord all the days of Jesus, and all the days of the elders, as many as lived a multitude of days after Jesus, who experienced all the great works of the Lord that he did for Israel" ; Homily two: On that which is written: "And Jesus, son of Nun, servant of the Lord, died" ; Homily three: On the fact that the people of Israel were handed over "into the hands of enemies," and about Othniel and Ehud ; Homily four: On Shamgar and Jabin and Sisera ; Homily five: On Deborah and Barak and Jael and Sisera ; Homily six: On the song which Deborah sang ; Homily seven: Concerning this: that the people of Israel were handed over into the hands of Midian ; Homily eight: On the people of the East and on Gideon in part ; Homily nine: Again, the rest on Gideon, and on the battle that Gideon waged with 300 chosen men.
|Series Title:||Fathers of the church, v. 119.|
|Other Titles:||Homilies on Judges.|
|Responsibility:||Origen ; translated by Elizabeth Ann Dively Lauro.|