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In this survey of divine communication in the book of Judges, I observe that Yahweh speaks through a variety of agents and with a broad array of objectives. Yahweh responds to Israel's inquiries; he speaks through prophets; he speaks through an angel; he speaks directly; and he speaks through a dream that is given to an enemy soldier. Although the voice of Yahweh in Judges is virtually unnoticed by biblical scholars, I argue that divine communication is a prominent feature of the book, and that the speeches of Yahweh register crucial movements in the narrative.

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In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God
In: The Unheard Voice of God