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Readers of the book of Judges encounter a host of puzzles to be solved—everything from the book's purpose and place in the biblical narrative to the precise nature of the historical figures involved. In the midst of so many questions to be answered, how can we allow the book to change our view of the God of both the Old and New Testament?
In Deserting the King, a volume from the Transformative Word series, David Beldman guides readers through the book of Judges, tracing the acceptance and rejection, the tragedy and heroism of Israel's relationship with God and the Israelite monarchy. Along the way, he shows readers how this book—though full of bloodshed, intrigue, and conflict—can help us see God at work in our world.
About the Series
God's Word is transformative. It is this conviction which gives the Transformative Word series its name and its unique character. Series Editor Craig G. Bartholomew has worked alongside authors from around the world to identify a key theme in each book of the Bible, and each volume provides careful Biblical exegesis centered on that gripping theme. The result is an engaging, accessible thematic exploration of a biblical book, poised to offer you new and refreshing insights.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Lexham Press
Publication Date: 2017
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The Completion of Judges: Strategies of Ending Judges 17-21David J.H. BeldmanEisenbrauns / 2017 / Hardcover$39.50
Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for God's AddressEdited by Craig G. Bartholomew & David J.H. BeldmanWm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 2012 / Trade Paperback$28.80 Retail:
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