Judges for You

For Reading, for Feeding, for Leading
Narrated by: Maurice England
Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Second in a new series of expository guides to the Bible, Timothy Keller's Judges for You walks you through the book of Judges, showing how the flawless God is at work in the most flawed situations and the most failing people.

Combining a close attention to the detail of the text with Timothy Keller's trademark gift for clear explanation and compelling insights, this resource will both engage your mind and stir your heart.

Judges for You is a uniquely flexible resource. It can simply be listened to as an audiobook; used as a daily devotional, complete with reflection questions; or utilized by anyone who has a teaching ministry, to help small-group leaders understand and apply the text, and to give preachers helpful ways of connecting timeless Bible truths to today's world.

Judges for You is part of a curriculum and is designed to work alongside The flawed and the flawless, Timothy Keller's Bible study resource for small groups and individuals.

©2013 eChristian (P)2013 eChristian

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Makes sense of a confusing part of the bible

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Definitely. Reading Judges in the bible can be a real emotional roller coaster... Things are good, bad, good, bad..more bad, and more bad. You want to bang your head against a wall. But Keller takes this book and brings it to life, puts it all together, and gives a much more broad and thought provoking view of this book. It makes sense to me now.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Judges Ain't What You Thought It Was

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amazing

life changing discussion on a once misunderstood part of the old testamentar. thank you for this, worth more than the $15 I paid

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Outstanding commentary on Judges

Very well written. Extremely insightful teaching on the book of Judges. I will likely reread this several times just to grasp all that he explains here.

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You need this

This audio book is excellent because of many reasons but chief among them is that it can be used to build the faith of a new believer but also grow and equip the mature believer as well. So many people do not understand how to read, understand, and apply the Old Testament. This book is the ttaining we need to find Christ in the book of Judges. if you struggle with Christianity, and particularly the conquest and it's moral grounds, this book is also for you.

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Recording not complete

Recording stops before the end of chapter 2. Where are the rest of the recordings of the whole book. The book says 6hours and 45minutes.

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Tim Keller does a good job with Judges but then he breaks his own rule in the end. He has said that you need to sum up the argument of someone you wish to criticize in a way they would recognise. Biblical revelation comes from God and the Bible is canon. If God gives revelation to someone it must agree with scripture. Now then go from there.

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Concrete but stirring

This is so useful for anyone who struggles to sit down and read the Bible, properly engaging themselves in the Word every day. I highly recommend pausing and taking notes and really engaging with the questions.