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Analysis of the Book of Judges

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John Heywood 1884

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Lewis Hughes and T. Johnstone’s Analysis of the Book of Judges is a compact guide and analysis of the book of Judges. Intended to be an aid for the reader of Judges, Hughes and Johnstone guide the reader through Judges with the help of a brief overview of major sections of Judges. Along with overviews, Hughes and Johnstone include notes and examination questions that are meant to invoke thought and help the reader better understand the argument of Judges.

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Key Features

  • Explains major nouns that come up in the manner of an encyclopedia
  • Provides notes and analysis throughout the book of Judges
  • Includes questions at the end of chapters for further discussion

Product Details

  • Title: Analysis of the Book of Judges
  • Author: Lewis Hughes and T. Boston Johnstone
  • Publisher: John Heywood
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 129

About the Authors

Lewis Hughes was professor at Corpus Christi College in Cambridge.

T. Boston Johnstone was professor at St. Andrews in Scotland. He is also the author of a number of commentaries on Old Testament books.