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Jesus And The Sons Of God - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... also to angels or false gods, or even, as here, to human judges who act as God’s representatives in judicial decisions. The Lord Jesus Himself indicated its importance when He cited it in defense of His own claim to be the Son of God....
Exodus 22:8: unto the judges - Study Note
... unto the judges. The word “judges” here and in Exodus 22:9 is elohim, the Hebrew word for “God.” It is a plural noun, and is sometimes rendered “gods” (e.g., Psalm 82:1). These judges were authorized to...
Judges 2:8
... Joshua, the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being an hundred and ten years...
Judges 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
... to Judges The book of Judges is the second in order of what are called the historical books of the Bible, following chronologically immediately after Joshua. The name, of course, refers to the gifted men (plus one woman, Deborah) whom...
Judges 2:8: hundred and ten years old - Study Note
... hundred and ten years old. The chronology of the period of judges is uncertain. If Josephus, the Jewish historian, was right when he estimated that Joshua was eighty-five years old when Moses gave him charge over Israel, then the period began...
John 10:36: the Son of God - Study Note
for “God.” There, however, it is applied to human judges to whom the Word of God had come. However, the Word had never “come” to Jesus. He Himself was the Word, whom the Father had “sent into the world.” No mere...
Deuteronomy 12:8: right in his own eyes - Study Note
... of the people during their later periods of apostasy (Judges 17:6; 21:25). It also has come to characterize the majority of people in professedly Christian nations...
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...
Psalms 82:8: inherit all nations - Study Note
... inherit all nations. Human judges are fallible and sometimes even corrupt, though they stand in the place of the divine Judge as they in principle represent Him in administering justice. One day, however, He who is to inherit the nations (Psalm...
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