Judges

The Book of Judges

The Summary of the Book of Judges The book of Judges…

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The Judges Period and The Incomplete Victory of Judah

The Judges Period The period of the judges ex­tended from…

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The Amarna Tablets & the Habiru and The Death of Eglon King of Moab

The Amarna Tablets & the Habiru A few decades after…

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Negeb and The Death of Captain Sisera

Negeb Modern geographies apply the term Negeb to a triangle…

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The Philistines and The Song of Deborah and Barak

The Philistines During the period of the Judges the Philistines…

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The Southern Wilderness and God Controls Everything, Even the Dew

The Southern Wilderness  South of Beer-sheba, rainfall amounts drop sharply,…

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Jezreel Valley and Preparation for Battle

Jezreel Valley  Considered by some an extension of the Coastal…

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Herodotus, the Person and The Jealousy of Ephraim

That would be something to see, the enemy killing themselves. …

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Life in Ancient Palestine (Transjordan) and The Conspiracy of Abimelech

Life in Ancient Palestine (Transjordan)  People today have great difficulty…

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Eastern Plateau (Transjordan) and Judge Tola

Eastern Plateau (Transjordan)  The lands rising sharply to the east…

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Syria And Lebanon and Jephthah, the Ninth Judge

Syria and Lebanon The term “Levant” describes the habitable land…

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Samson, the Person and The Second Jealousy of Ephraim

You aren’t joshing when You say a vow is a…

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Human Sacrifice in Israel and Samson, the Thirteenth Judge – 1137 B.C.

Human Sacrifice in Israel  Did the spiritual decline during the…

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Samson and the Philistines and The Revenge of Samson

Samson and the Philistines As the Philistines expanded their territory…

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Samson and the Temple of Dagon and Samson and Delilah – 1117 B.C.

Samson and the Temple of Dagon Only limited excavation has…

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Tombs in Ancient Israel and Micah’s Idols and Priest

Tombs in Ancient Israel The most important feature of ancient…

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The Migration of the Danites and Confusion, Civil, and Religion

The Migration of the Danites The tribe of Dan was…

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Mizpah and More Confusion, Civil, and Religion

Mizpah Approximately 7 miles (11 km) northwest of Jerusalem lies…

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