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The woman Deborah

Alice Askew

The woman Deborah

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Published by McClelland and Stewart in Toronto .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statementby Alice and Claude Askew
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 65864, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 65864
ContributionsAskew, Claude, d. 1917?
The Physical Object
Format[microform] /
Pagination3 microfiches (137 fr.)
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25509547M
ISBN 100665658648

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2 So the Lord sold them into the hands of Jabin king of Canaan, who reigned in Hazor. Sisera, the commander of his army, was based in Harosheth Haggoyim. 3 Because he had nine hundred chariots fitted with iron and had cruelly oppressed the Israelites for twenty.

The fourth of the judges who ruled over the Jewish people after the death of Joshua, was not a man, but a woman, one of the most famous of all times, the Prophetess her were Othniel, Ehud and Shamgar, the latter only for a short time.

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Eshet lapidot could be translated “wife of Lapidot,” but it also means “woman of torches.” Lapidot, “torches,” comes where we would ordinarily expect a husband’s name, but it is a strange‑sounding name for a man and, moreover Author: Tikva Frymer-Kensky.

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According to the Book of Judges, Deborah was a prophetess and the only female judge mentioned in the Bible. Many texts also believe that she was also a wife. The same word is used in Hebrew for “woman” and “wife,” so we don’t know for sure if Deborah was a “woman of Lappidoth” (a place) or “wife of Lappidoth” (a person).

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Inat the age of twenty-three, Deborah Feldman walked away from the rampant oppression, abuse, and isolation of her Satmar upbringing in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to forge a. Deborah was an uncommon leader because she was a woman. God called her to a prominent position as a prophetess and judge at a time in history when He commonly appointed men to those positions.

Let's take a look at several Bible passages to. Deborah’s war against the Canaanites, which took place around B.C. according to most biblical scholars, was so important to her people’s history that its events are recounted twice in the book of Judges—in chapter 4 and in chapter 5 [Judg.

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Deborah Feldman was born and raised in the Hasidic community of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York. Her memoir is being published by Simon Author: Deborah Feldman. Such as mocking Deborah’s commissioning speech (Daniel I. Block, Judges, Ruth, NAC 6 [Nashville: B&H, ], ), casting suspicion on her authority as a woman (Fewell and Gunn, “Controlling Perspectives,” –99), or even diminishing of Barak’s portrayal as a person of faith (Barry G.

Webb, The Book of Judges, NICOT [Grand Rapids. When we celebrate the strength of Deborah, we celebrate a woman on whose tongue lay God’s word.

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