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The Lost Generation - Article
Norman P. Spotts, D.D. - ... LORD, nor yet the works which He had done for Israel” (Judges 2:10). It is a sobering thought to realize that when one generation does not diligently teach the next generation the reality of the Christian faith, then all can be lost...
Judges 21:25: right in his own eyes - Study Note
... in his own eyes. This tragic indictment, first lodged at Judges 17:6, is repeated in this final verse of the book. In between, in Judges 17–21, is found the most appalling description of moral and spiritual chaos that one can encounter...
Judges 20:28: Phinehas - Study Note
... during the first anarchistic period in the land of Canaan (Judges 2:7-10). The rapid descent of the new generation of Israelites after Joshua into apostasy, immorality and inter-tribal warfare (illustrated in these last three chapters of the...
Judges 2:7: all the days of Joshua - Study Note
... all the days of Joshua. This passage (Judges 2:6-10) is very much like Joshua 24:28-30. It was evidently inserted at this point as a flashback, explaining why the new generation, which did not really know Joshua, or Joshua’s God, could so...
Judges 2:7
... the people served the LORD all the days of Joshua, and all the days of the elders that outlived Joshua, who had seen all the great works of the LORD, that he did for...
The Wisdom Of God - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - wisdom of thy God, that is in thine hand, set magistrates and judges . . . all such as know the laws of thy God; and teach ye them that know them not” (Ezra 7:25). The wisdom of God thus is always consistent with the laws of...
The Pierced Ear - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... not go out free: Then his master shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for ever” (Exodus 21:5,6). ...
Theophany - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... 34:10). During the period of the conquest and the judges, there were occasions when "the angel of the LORD" appeared to men, and was recognized as the Lord Himself (note the case of Gideon and also that of the parents of...
2 Chronicles 34:22: Huldah the prophetess - Study Note
... were men, but there were important exceptions (Exodus 15:20; Judges 5; Nehemiah 6:14; Isaiah 8:3; Luke 2:36; Acts 21:9). Huldah was the wife of Shallum and thus the aunt of the prophet Jeremiah (Jeremiah 32:7), whose prophetic ministry had begun...
What Good Are Experts? - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... experts are preliminarily accepted or rejected by trial judges at what is called the admissibility “gatekeeping” hurdle. Later, if an expert survives that hurdle, the judge or the jury makes the ultimate decision about whether to...
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