Our assemblies have resumed at the Lion’s Hall (935 Sydenham Road). Our seating is set up to allow for physical distancing and masks are available for those who are visiting with. We are able to receive visitors and still remain within the 30% capacity restriction of the Ontario government.
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The book of Judges is the second of the history books in the Old Testament. The name of the book comes from 2:18, “…the LORD raised up judges who delivered them out of the hand of those who plundered them.” … Continue reading
COMPLAINT: Did Eli correct his sons (1 Samuel 2:22-24) or not (1 Samuel 3:11-13)? Is there a contradiction?
COMPLAINT: Did the Israelites kill 26,000 (Judges 20:15) or 25,000 (Judges 20:46) swordsmen of Benjamin? Is there a contradiction?
COMPLAINT: Were Anak’s sons slain by Judah (Judges 1:10) or expelled by Caleb (Judges 1:20; Joshua 15:14)?
COMPLAINT: Were the Canaanites spared to test Israel’s faith (Judges 2:21-22; 3:4) or to teach Israel war (Judges 3:1-2)?