The book of Judges is one of the often overlooked books of the Old Testament and is not always easy to understand. Perhaps the stories in Judges are too reminiscent of the evening news with its topics of war, weaponry, genocide, immigration debates, cultural and religious tension, and moral absenteeism.
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