J. Davies’ Notes of Judges is a brief handbook on the text of Judges. In these 72 pages, Davies analyzes the text of Judges, offering lexical, historical, and cultural insights, illuminating the text for the reader. While brief in nature, Davies’ work should not be overlooked. It is a useful companion to have opened while reading through the book of Judges.
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- Provides lexical commentary on an individual verse basis
- Analyzes the history of Judges
- Includes notes and analysis of the book of Ruth
- Title: Notes on Judges (Including Ruth)
- Author: J. Davies
- Publisher: George Philip & Son
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 72
About J. Davies
J. Davies was professor at the University of London. He is the author of a number of manuals on the select books of the Bible.