The Role of Ephraim in Judges

On this episode, we open to the book of Judges with our guest, William Wood. Mr. Wood is a PhD student in Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. He challenges the conventional wisdom that the author of Judges exhibits an anti-Ephraimite stance exclusively. Will joined us previously to speak about Ephesians 6:10–17 and a Biblical Theology of Clothing.

Download the Judges and Ephraim chart mentioned in the episode.

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Ronald Johnson

3 years ago

Great Episode. I was wondering if you were able to send me any of Will Wood’s papers to read? RonaldMJohnsonJr@gmail.com

Thank you


3 years ago

I just listened to this and spent the better part of two afternoons taking notes almost verbatim.
I was curious as to how Mr. Wood would say that the absence of Ephraim from Revelation 7 factors into this discussion.

Harry Jones

2 years ago

Excellent treatise on Ephraim. I would love a copy of Mr Wood’s paper. Please send to hrjones@optonline.net

Thank you.



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