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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)


Exegetical Theology

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

Exodus 22:20; Exodus 23:24; Deuteronomy 7:2; Leviticus 18:25, 28; Judges 10:14; Judges 3:1-4; Judges 14:4; Numbers 15:4-10; Judges 2:10ff; Judges 3:6; Judges 13:4-5; Numbers 6:2-12; Judges 17:7-13; Judges 14:3; Judges 19:8; Psalm 106:1ff;


The purpose of this paper is not to establish the moral standard obtaining in this period of disorder, as though the standard of Jehovah were inferior to that of a later day, in that the deeds of God's specially chosen deliverers, were to be an example to His people also morally, thereby making the standard. An objective examination of this morality would prove it the same as the Biblical morality of any other age; but that lies beyond our discussion. Again the purpose is not to prove that the Judges or God's people did nothing contrary to the moral law of God.

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