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Judges : a commentary in the Wesleyan tradition

Author: Robert Branson
Publisher: [Kansas City, MO] : Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, [2009]
Series: New Beacon Bible commentary.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Commentaries
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Branson
ISBN: 9780834137301 0834137305
OCLC Number: 1160196107
Description: 1 online resource (189 pages)
Contents: The title --
The historical setting --
Chronology of the book of Judges --
The Deuteronomic history --
Modern theories --
Themes --
Supporting themes that flow out of the concept of covenant --
Writing and compilation of the book of Judges --
Judges and the inspiration of Scripture --
Methodology --
Theological themes --
Human freedom --
Sovereignty of God --
Call for total loyalty --
Commentary --
Overview (1:1--3:6) --
A geography of failure (1:1--2:5) --
Judah goes up (1:1-7) --
Taking Jerusalem and Hebron (1:8-10) --
Taking Debir (1:11-15) --
Judah's successes and inadequacies (1:16-21) --
Taking Bethel (1:22-26) --
Living among the Canaanites (1:27-36) --
End of the conquest (2:1-5) --
Testing Israel (2:6--3:6) --
Death of Joshua (2:6-10) --
The next generation (2:11-19) --
Yahweh's decision (2:20-23) --
Reasons for the nations to remain (3:1-6) --
Military triumph : spiritual degeneration (3:7--16:31) --
Othniel, Ehud, and Shamgar (3:7-31) --
Othniel (3:7-11) --
Ehud (3:12-30) --
Shamgar (3:31) --
Deborah, Barak, and Jael (4:1--5:31) --
The prose story (4:1-24) --
Sisera the oppressor (4:1-3) --
Deborah and Barak (4:4-10) --
Heber the Kenite (4:11) --
The battle with Sisera (4:12-16) --
Sisera and Jael (4:17-22) --
Destruction of Jabin (4:23-24) --
The poem (5:1-31) --
Introduction (5:1-11) --
The mustering of the tribes (5:12-18) --
The battle (5:19-22) --
Jael's victory (5:23-27) --
Sisera's mother (5:28-31) --
Gideon, Abimelech, Tola, and Jair (6:1--10:5) --
Gideon, the reluctant judge (6:1--8:35) --
Oppression of the Midianites (6:1-10) --
The call of Gideon (6:11-40) --
God's victory (7:1-23) --
Gideon's victory and vengeance (7:24--8:21) --
Gideon and Israel's idolatry (8:22-35) --
Abimelech's failed monarchy (9:1-57) --
Abimelech as king (9:1-6) --
Jotham's parable of the trees (9:7-21) --
Plots against Abimelech (9:22-33) --
Abimelech's battles (9:34-57) --
Tola and Jair (10:1-5) --
God's rejection of Israel's cry (10:6-18) --
Jephthah, Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon (11:1--12:15) --
Jephthah and the Ammonites (11:1-28) --
The war with Ephraim (12:1-7) --
Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon (12:8-15) --
Samson (13:1--16:31) --
The birth of Samson (13:1-25) --
Samson's conflict with the Philistines (14:1--15:20) --
Samson's final exploits (16:1-31) --
Failure complete (17:1--21:25) --
Relocation of Dan (17:1--18:31) --
Micah and the Levite (17:1-13) --
New home for the tribe of Dan (18:1-31) --
War within Israel (19:1--21:25) --
The Levite and his concubine (19:1-30) --
War between the tribes (20:1-48) --
Wives for the men of Benjamin (21:1-25).
Series Title: New Beacon Bible commentary.
Responsibility: Robert D. Branson.

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