Book of Judges

Written in Palestine about 1126 B.C.  From all indications, Samuel was the author; Jewish tradition assigns authorship to him. Or, the book may have been written by Isaiah.  The book is a record of Israel's failure during the rule of the judges. It records 9 apostasies, 7 servitudes, 14 judges and their exploits (not including those of Eli and Samuel, the 15th and 16th judges, which facts are in 1 Sam.), and 5 civil wars. The events of Judges cover at least 440 years.


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