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Leviticus 26:33: scatter you - Study Note
... by other nations: (1) capture by the king of Mesopotamia (Judges 3:8); (2) capture by the Moabites (Judges 3:14); (3) capture by the king of Canaan (Judges 4:2); (4) control by Midianites (Judges 6:1); (5) capture by the Philistines (Judges...
Acts 13:20: four hundred and fifty years - Study Note
... 450 years, which ostensibly seem to cover the period of the judges, with the 480 years given in I Kings 6:1 for the period from the exodus to the beginning of the construction of the temple. A number of suggested harmonizations have been...
Judges 11:26: three hundred years - Study Note
... three hundred years. The chronology of the period of the judges is difficult to decipher, but this statement of Jephthah’s, inserted more or less incidentally in his polemic against the king of Ammon, provides an important constraint on...
Judges 13:8
... Manoah entreated the LORD, and said, O my Lord, let the man of God which thou didst send come again unto us, and teach us what we shall do unto the child that shall be...
Judges 3:8
... the anger of the LORD was hot against Israel, and he sold them into the hand of Chushanrishathaim king of Mesopotamia: and the children of Israel served Chushanrishathaim eight...
Judges 3:8: Chushan-rishathaim - Study Note
... Chushan-rishathaim. This name is actually an epithet–“doubly wicked Chushan.” There is some evidence that he may actually have been a Horite (or Hurrian) king in northern Syria who had conquered portions of Mesopotamia, and so...
An Overview of Day-Age's Errors - Article
Larry Vardiman, Ph.D. - ... be used for an indefinite time (e.g., "days of the judges"), but never as a definite long period of time with a specific beginning and ending. It is not used even in this indefinite sense except when the context clearly indicates...
Do Laws and Standards Evolve? - Article
Douglas W. Phillips, Esq. - ... to discover law through the constantly evolving opinion of judges. Langdell described the relationship between science, law, and uniformitarianism in the preface to the first "case-book" ever published, his Cases on Contracts: Law, considered...
The Gap Theory: A Trojan Horse Tragedy - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... or historical sense in those contexts (e.g., Genesis 13:8; Judges 18:19; 2 Samuel 7:24). As noted above, gap theory advocates say that the earth described in Genesis 1 clashes with Isaiah’s earth, positing Isaiah 45:18 as a proof text....
Joshua 17:13: Canaanites to tribute - Study Note
to Shiloh. It remained at Shiloh all during the period of the judges, until Shiloh was finally overthrown by the Philistines in the days of Eli, and the Ark of the Covenant carried away (I Samuel...
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