본문의 해석뿐만 아니라 신학적 의미를 살피는 데 유익한 Two Horizons 시리즈의 사사기 주석.
A theological introduction, exegesis, and reflection on the teaching of Judges for audiences today.
Judges is a book for our time. It forces readers to come face to face with fact that faith speaks into the topics and situations we deal with or read about in our newsfeeds. Matters of warfare, authoritarianism, sexual exploitation, and tribalism?these are a few of the repercussions from not having our social order oriented toward God.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Judges
2. The Title
3. Hearing the Book of Judges
4. Hearing Judges as Hebrew Narrative
5. Hearing Judges in Its Historical Context
6. Hearing Others Hearing Judges
II. Theological Commentary
8. The Exposition
9. The Cycle of Judges
10. The End Section
11. Retrospective Evaluation: A View of Judges from the End
III. Theological Reflection
12. Judges and Biblical Theology
13. Judges and Systematic Theology
14. Judges for Today
David J. H. Beldman is Associate Professor of Religion and Theology at Redeemer University College. He is the author of The Completion of Judges: Strategies of Ending in Judges 17-21 and Deserting the King: The Book of Judges, coauthor of A Classified Bibliography on Ecclesiastes, and coeditor of Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for God's Address.