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Book's title: Judges Robert D. Branson.
Library of Congress Control Number: 2009008179
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):9780834124073 (pbk.)
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC DLC
Library of Congress Call Number:BS1305.53 .B73 2009
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:222/.3207$222
Personal Name:Branson, Robert, 1941-
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Kansas City, Mo. . Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, (c)2009.
Physical Description:189 p. ;, 23 cm.
Series Statement:New Beacon Bible commentary
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. 17-19).
Formatted Contents Note:The title
The historical setting
Chronology of the book of Judges
The Deuteronomic history
Modern theories
Supporting themes that flow out of the concept of covenant
Writing and compilation of the book of Judges
Judges and the inspiration of Scripture
Theological themes
Human freedom
Sovereignty of God
Call for total loyalty
Overview (1:1
A geography of failure (1:1
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
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
Othniel, Ehud, and Shamgar (3:7-31)
Othniel (3:7-11)
Ehud (3:12-30)
Shamgar (3:31)
Deborah, Barak, and Jael (4:1
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
Gideon, the reluctant judge (6:1
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
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
Jephthah and the Ammonites (11:1-28)
The war with Ephraim (12:1-7)
Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon (12:8-15)
Samson (13:1
The birth of Samson (13:1-25)
Samson's conflict with the Philistines (14:1
Samson's final exploits (16:1-31)
Failure complete (17:1
Relocation of Dan (17:1
Micah and the Levite (17:1-13)
New home for the tribe of Dan (18:1-31)
War within Israel (19:1
The Levite and his concubine (19:1-30)
War between the tribes (20:1-48)
Wives for the men of Benjamin (21:1-25).
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