I just got through with a class on the Old Testament book of Judges. It was a fun class, especially as we worked through what the Bible actually said rather than rely on idealized versions of it that we got in Sunday school.
I thought I'd post a few reflections on some of the passages I studied. The first passage I'll look at is Judges 7:1-28, the story of Gideon's "fight" against the Midianites. I say "fight" because he doesn't really do any hand-to-hand combat until the enemy has already turned tail and run. It's funny how God picks the "heroes" of his plan of redemption.
I'll be back tomorrow with a few thoughts. I know you're all dying to hear them.