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Men of Valor

In this episode of “Exegetically Speaking” . . .

Dr. Aubrey Buster, Assistant Professor in Old Testament, ponders how a Hebrew expression can have different meanings in different books and contexts. She uses an example where “man of valor” can describe the notorious Jephthah in Judges and also the upright Boaz in the book of Ruth.Unknown-3

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The podcast lasts approximately seven minutes.

Trying to Sing the Oldest Song

Dr. Michelle Knight, Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, considers how knowledge of Semitic languages can help in understanding one of the Bible’s most ancient poems—Deborah’s song in Judges 5. Michelle Knight

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