The author's aim in this commentary was to explain the text accurately, to clarify the geographical and historical references in Judges, and 'to endeavour, in dependence on the Holy Spirit, to draw forth from the narrative and the inspired Word the spiritual lessons designed by the Divine Author'. Andrew Fausset (1821-1910) graduated from Trinity College, Dublin. He was curate of Bishop Middleham from 1848 until 1859 and rector of St.Cuthbert's, York, from 1859 until his death. He is well known for his work in the Jamieson, Fausset, Brown Commentaries.
An exegetical commentary in the Geneva Series which deals with the text in its historical setting, but also draws out 'the spiritual lessons designed by the Divine Author', especially those concerning Christ, in whom 'all history, type and prophecy find their centre.'
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