Judges: The Historical Books, Two of Twelve
We've made it to our Second Season, The Historical Books of the Bible.
While studying the Book of Judges, we were able to break it up into 3 sections:
(1-2) Continuation, (3-16) Cycle and (17-21) Corruption.
The author of Judges is unknown, but most believe that the likely candidate is the prophet Samuel. Samuel wrote to the Israelites whose ancestors continuously rebelled against God. The book of Judges was written as a defense for King David and as a record of Israel’s “sin cycles” under their appointed judges.
“In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes. "
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