A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges

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A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Judges  (1910) 
by George Foot Moore
In the series "The International Critical Commentary"

THE INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL COMMENTARY


A


CRITICAL AND EXEGETICAL

COMMENTARY

ON

JUDGES


BY

GEORGE FOOT MOORE
PROFESSOR OF HEBREW IN ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
ANDOVER, MASS.


NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

1910

COPYRIGHT, 1895, BY

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

CONTENTS




PAGE
Preface v–viii
 
Introduction xi–l
§ 1. Title. Place of the Book in the Canon xi
§ 2. Contents xiii
§ 3. The History of the Judges, ii. 6–xvi. 31. Character and Age xv
§ 4. The Sources of Judges ii. 6–xvi. 31 xix
§ 5. The Sources of Judges xvii.–xxi. and of i.–ii. 5 xxix
§ 6. The Composition of the Book of Judges xxxiii
§ 7. Chronology of the Book of Judges xxxvii
§ 8. Hebrew Text and Ancient Versions xliii
§ 9. Interpreters of the Book of Judges xlvii
 
Commentary 1–454
 
Index 455–476
I. Matters.
II. Hebrew Words and Forms.
III. Grammatical Observations.
IV. Passages Incidentally Discussed.
Abbreviations.

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