Judges: The flawed and the flawless

6 studies for individuals or groups

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Timothy Keller shows us the flawed heroes of Judges—and how they point us to the flawless hero, Jesus.

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Description

This six-study guide by Timothy Keller will show users how this dark, difficult period of history points us to the wonderful message of the gospel.

Judges takes us to a time of murder and massacre, immorality and unfaithfulness. But it also reveals to us the God of mercy and long-suffering, who rescues his people time and again. And it points us to his greatest rescue, through Jesus Christ.

The flawed and the flawless is designed to work alongside Judges For You, Timothy Keller's expository guide to Judges. His clarify and insight will help anyone exploring this challenging, yet thrilling, Old Testament book.

• Part of the popular Good Book Guide Series
• Companion study guide to Judges For You
• Bible study for small groups and individuals
• Written by Timothy Keller, author of Judges For You and Galatians For You, and Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York
• Substantial leader's guide included

Product details

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Why study Judges?
  • Timeline
  • 1. A shaky start (1 v 1 – 3 v 6)
  • 2. Othniel, Ehud, Deborah: Expect the unexpected (3 v 7 – 5 v 31)
  • 3. Gideon: The dangers of success (6 v 1 – 8 v 31)
  • 4. Abimelech and Jephthah: Dark times (8 v 32 – 12 v 15)
  • 5. Samson: A shadow in the darkness (13 – 16)
  • 6. "Israel had no king" (17 – 21)
  • Leader's Guide

Specification

Author Timothy Keller
ISBN 9781908762887
Format Saddle stitch
First published 2013
Dimensions 140mm x 210mm x 5mm
Language English
Pages 80
No. of studies 6
Publisher The Good Book Company

Other information

The Good Book Guides are easily the most consistently faithful and helpful small group workbooks.
- Rachel Brabner, Conference Manager, The Proclamation Trust

Customer reviews

“Thoughtprovoking”

In the light of the current situation in Iraq and Syria these studies have raised a number of questions about obedience to (a) God. We have also discerned that in Western society today there are many similarities to the Israelites of the Judges period in history. We have taken two weeks over each study.


04/11/2014

“excellent guide”

This a great outline for a small group. With a little imagination it was able to relate that history to todays problems. The relating and discussions were lively and in the end there was a greater understanding of what and why things happened the way they back then. This study so inspired discussions that we were only able to cover two or three items in a meeting. Our group took about three weeks for each session in the book. Why study Judges? It makes that history relevant to todays problems in society.

Thanks or the outline.


05/04/2014

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