Academic Barry Webb presents a holistic view of the book of Judges. He discusses the book and its significance as a book of the Old Testament from an exegetical standpoint. Webb believes that the book of Judges can be read as a distinct classic piece of literature. He begins by giving a rationale for his line of thinking, then divides his argument in four parts:
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- Includes bibliography and indexes
- Excellent resource for students and professors
- Helpful notes and introductions throughout
- Completely interactive with your Logos library
- Title: The Book of Judges: An Integrated Reading
- Author: Barry G. Webb
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Publication Date: 1987
- Pages: 284
About Barry G. Webb
Barry G. Webb is Senior Research Fellow at Moore College and a visiting scholar and lecturer at Trinity College Bristol and Regent College Vancouver.