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Welcoming an Unheard Voice: A Response to Lee Roy Martin's The Unheard Voice of God

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This response to Lee Roy Martin's Wesleyan-Pentecostal study of the book of Judges describes the shared context (between Martin and the reviewer) in which Martin developed this original contribution. An overview of Martin's study is presented that applauds the creativity and significance of his work for both Pentecostal scholarship and the wider biblical academy. The response concludes with questions for what remains to be developed in Martin's call, as highlighted in his work on Judges, for a hearing and not just a reading of the biblical text.


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