Judges



Introduction to Judges From the New American Bible

Judges iTanakh's collection of links, courtesy of R. Christopher Heard of Milligan College

Shoftim - Chapter 1 The text of the book of Judges along with the commentary by the 11th-century rabbi Rashi

Judging the Judges: Finding Value in These Problematic Characters By L R Martin, Theological Seminary Cleveland, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2008

'No King In Israel': Narrative Criticism and Judges 17-21 By Philip E. Satterthwaite, Lecturer, Department of Classical Languages, University of Transkei, South Africa, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

Tracking the World of Judges: The Use of Contextual Resources in Narration and Conversation By Nicolai Winther-Nielsen, Copenhagen Lutheran School of Theology (Dansk Bibel-Institut)

Judges Resources from Early Jewish Writings

Daily Life in the Days of Samuel By Dr. Robert D. Miller II, SFO, Assistant Professor of Scripture Mt. St. Mary's Seminary Emmitsburg, Maryland

Book of Judges By Emil G. Hirsch and Victor Ryssel in The Jewish Encyclopedia

Judges By Walter Drum, The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

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"The Hand of a Woman": Deborah and Yael (Judges 4) By Elie Assis in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures - Volume 5 (2005)

"Blessed Be Jael Among Women": Judges 4:4-24, Luke 1:46-55 By Rev. John L. Bell in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 5, 2002

Neith and the Two Biblical Deborahs: One and the Same By Gary Greenberg. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, Atlanta 1995. The bible makes reference to two separate women named Deborah. One was the nurse to Abraham's son Isaac and the other was, in the much later period of the Judges, a military leader referred to as "a mother in Israel". In this paper I will argue that both Deborahs were mythological figures based on Hebrew recollections of the goddess Neith, the goddess who ruled in the area of Egypt where Israel dwelled in earlier times

Deborah, The Song of By Emil G. Hirsch in The Jewish Encyclopedia

Judges: Deborah Among the Warriors By Tikva Frymer-Kensky. Excerpted from Reading the Women of the Bible

Overbearing Mothers and Childhood Regression: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Reading of Judges 4-5 Ginny Brewer-Boydston, Baylor University, November 2009

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Song of Deborah as Polemic By G. T. K. Wong, Biblica, 2007

The Eclipse of God in the Song of Deborah (Judges 5): The Role of Yhwh  in the Light of Heroic Poetry Charles L. Echols, Clare Hall, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2005

Parallel Word Pairs in the Song of Deborah (Judges 5) By Peter C. Craigie in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

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Gideon By Emil G. Hirsch in The Jewish Encyclopedia

Where Should One Look for Gideon's Ophra? By L. Niesiolowski-Spanò, Biblica, 2005

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Abimilech By J. Frederic McCurdy, Gerson B. Levi and Louis Ginzberg in The Jewish Encyclopedia

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Bargaining in Tov (Judges 11,4-11): The Many Directions of So-called Direct Speech By Kenneth M. Craig, Jr. in Biblica, 1998

Son of a Prostitute and Daughter of a Warrior: What Do You Think the Story in Judges 11 Means? By Pamela J. Milne in lectio difficilior, 2009

Jephthah's Daughter: An Invitation to Non-Lectionary Preaching By Walter Sundberg, Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, in Word & World, 1993

Jephthah By Emil G. Hirsch, M. Seligsohn, Solomon Schechter and George A. Barton in The Jewish Encyclopedia

Jephthah By David Mandel. From Who's Who in the Hebrew Bible

The Story of Jephthah's Daughter, Then and Now By Bernard P. Robinson, Biblica, 2004

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Samson—The Last Judge (Judges 13-16) By Robert A. Starke, in Kerux: The Journal of Northwest Theological Seminary

Samson By Joseph Jacobs, Ira Maurice Price, Wilhelm Bacher Jacob Zallel Lauterbach in The Jewish Encyclopedia

Samson the 'Holy One': A Suggestion Regarding the Reviser's Use of a#gioj in Judg 13,7; 16,17 LXX Vaticanus By Stuart D. Chepey, Biblica, 2002

The Symbolism of the Lion and the Bees: Another Ironic Twist in the Samson Cycle By Martin Emmrich, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, March 2001

Closure in Samson By Marian Broida in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2010

Making a "Bad" Woman Wicked: The Devilish Construction of Delilah within Cecil B. DeMille's Samson and Delilah (1949) By Anton Karl Kozlovic in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 7, 2006

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A Metaphorical Etiology in Judges 18:12 By Uwe F. W. Bauer in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2001

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The Levite's Concubine: The Story That Never Was By Heidi M. Szpek, Central Washington University, Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2007. The present paper explores the narrative structure, details and vocabulary of Judges 19