After offering a synopsis in the introduction, George Bush’s Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Judges provides exegesis while moving chapter-by-chapter through the Book of Judges. Rendering the specifics of semantic interpretation between translations, Bush gives in-depth detail on key sections of the text.
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- Discusses the origin, scope, and chronology of the book of Judges
- Provides verse-by-verse commentary
- Includes comparisons to the Hebrew text and word choice
- Title: Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Judges
- Author: George Bush
- Publisher: Saxton & Miles
- Publication Date: 1844
- Pages: 257
About George Bush
George Bush was professor of Hebrew and Oriental literature at New York City University. He is also the author of Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Numbers in the Classic Commentaries and Studies on Numbers and Deuteronomy.