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PAPERBACK; Published: 5/22/2013
ISBN: 978-0-8028-2967-2
390 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9

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This commentary is the eighteenth published volume in The Forms of the Old Testament Literature (FOTL) a series that aims to present a form-critical analysis of the books and units in the Hebrew Bible. Serge Frolov's valuable study of Judges, addressing both synchronic and diachronic perspectives, offers the first full-scale form-critical treatment of Judges since 1922 and represents an important application of form criticism as practiced today.

Fundamentally exegetical, Frolov's work examines the structure, genre, setting, and intention of Judges. Focusing on the canonical Hebrew text, Frolov argues that what we know as the book of Judges is not a literary unit but rather a series of interconnected units that are for the most part closely linked to adjoining books. In particular, he shows how the sequence "apostasy-oppression- repentance-deliverance" traverses the boundary between Judges and Samuel. Frolov also analyzes the history behind the form-critical discussion of this book and exposes the exegetical process so as to enable students and pastors to engage in their own analysis and interpretation of Judges.
REVIEWS
Journal of the American Oriental Society
"Productively provocative and insightful."
Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
"Frolov's commentary is stimulating and interesting. . . . A worthwhile resource."
The Bible Today
"A fine resource for any serious investigation of the book of Judges."
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
"The vivid explications throughout this volume represent a striking moment, exegetically and methodologically, in research in Judges, illuminating some of Israel's darkest times and their instructive value for godly thought and living today."

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