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A critical and exegetical commentary on Judges

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        Paginationxvi, 107 p. :
        Number of Pages59
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        2International critical commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments -- [v. 7]
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Moreover, the problem of the sources in Judges cannot be separated from the same question in Samuel, and in the latter the indicia point to J and E more clearly, perhaps, than in Judges. There is, therefore, great probability in the opinion of Graf and others that the pre-Deuteronomic Judges included the times of Eli and Samuel, and ended with 1 S.

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The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Serarius I know through Schmid. The author of the later element in E E 2 may have lived toward the end of the 8th century or in the first half of the 7th. Other indications point to a considerably higher antiquity. concepts of religion, the study of the Hebrew Bible, and the study of tannaitic Judaism.

13 1, where a later hand has attempted to supply the lack of a statement about the length of Saul's reign with the usual formula borrowed from the Books of Kings, but seems to have left the numbers blank. There is, at least, no apparent reason to ascribe any of these stories to an independent source. It must be acknowledged that the resemblances are less marked than might be expected, and are accompanied by noticeable differences. Such an hypothesis not only offers no intrinsic difficulty, but seems to be commended by Jud.

According to the Hebrew way of reckoning. " This last redactor, who also joined 1 1—2 5 17—21 to 2 6—16 31, himself belonged to the Deuteronomic school; but his style, formed on older models, is a degree nearer to that of E in the Hexateuch than that of "Ri. On the Minor Judges, see above, p. The four hundred and ninety years which Daniel computes for the last period, to the coming of the kingdom of the saints, is of almost exactly the same length, though calculated on a different basis seventy weeks of seven years.

Along with overviews, Hughes and Johnstone include notes and examination questions that are meant to A critical and exegetical commentary on Judges thought and help the reader better understand the argument of Judges.