settlement thru David.07

settlement thru David.07 - I Settlement(Harris 154-155 A B...

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I. Settlement (Harris 154-155) A. PEACEFUL IMMIGRATION B. MILITARY CONQUEST C. INTERNAL REVOLT D. A LITTLE OF ALL THREE?
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II.MAJOR AND MINOR JUDGES A. The Judges 1. *Othniel (Major) 3:7-11 2. *Ehud (Major) 3:12-20 3. Shamgar (Minor) 3:31 4. *Deborah (Barak) (Major) 4:1-5:31 5. *Gideon (Major) 6:1-8:35 6. Abimelech Tyrant 9:1-57 7. Tola & Zair (Minor) 10:1-16 8. *Jephthah (Major) 11:1-12:7 1. Ibzan, Elon Abdon (Minor) 12:8-15 10. *Samson (Major) 13:1-16:3
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B. The Literary Pattern of Judges 1. Apostasy 2. Oppression 3. Return to YHWH 4. Deliverance
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C. Judges as part of the “Deuteronomistic History” Deuteronomy + Former Prophets (Joshua, Judges, 1,2 Samuel, 1,2 Kings) Written down in two stages: 1) Josiah’s Reform (640-609 B.C.); 2) Babylonian Exile (587-538 B.C.)
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III. I Samuel “A King Like Other Nations” Samuel and Saul (1020-1000 B.C.)
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A. The Reign of Saul A. Is the narrator for or against the establishment of a monarchy? B. The Choice of Saul C. The Early Success of Saul: Nahash the Ammonite vs. Jabesh-Gilead(10:27-11:15) D. The Rejection of Saul. Why is Saul rejected as king? (2 reasons)
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