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Power to Save!?: The Role of the Spirit of the Lord in the Book of Judges

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This study of the role of the Spirit of Yahweh in the book of Judges utilizes a literary-theological approach as a way of hearing the stories of the four judges who are empowered by the Spirit. It is argued here that the Spirit of Yahweh in Judges functions primarily as the dynamic presence of Yahweh that compels and empowers the judges to effectuate Yahweh's salvation of his covenant people, and that each of the stories presents a unique perspective on the role of the Spirit.


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