H/T Citizen Tom
If there is a God, you are, in a sense, alone with Him. You cannot put Him off with speculations about your next door neighbours or memories of what you have read in books. — C. S. Lewis (from here (en.wikiquote.org))
I suppose most people view the Book of Revelation as the scariest book in the Bible, but the theme of that book is that in the end God wins. That is not the theme of the Book of Judges, and that is why I think I find that book far more frightful. What is the theme of the Book of Judges?
Judges 21:25 New American Standard Bible
25 In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his own eyes.
The theme of the Book of Judges is curiously understated. We can read it and easily miss the import of the statement. The…
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