3 edition of Jephtha"s daughter found in the catalog.
Chapman, M. J.
|Statement||by M.J. Chapman|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 118 p|
|Number of Pages||118|
This is the third essay on Jephthah’s daughter. To read the first article in the series, “Rereading Judges The Sacrifice of Jephthah’s Daughter, click here. To read the second article in the series, “Judges The Fate of Jephthah’s Daughter,” click here. This final essay on Jephthah’s daughter will deal with the issue of her virginity. The tragic story from the Bible book of Judges about Jephthah, who made a foolish vow and the sad consequences for his beloved Sharing God's word and daily living on my heaven-bound journey. Monday, J Bible Women: Jephthah's Daughter This bible story of Jephthah's daughter is a tragic story, but it has a valuable lesson.
Although critics of the Bible seem to find it objectionable whenever any biblical character is killed, the story of Jephthah and his daughter (Judg. –40) is frequently singled out for d Dawkins describes this account as a “story of human sacrifice” that ended unhappily. 1 Former preacher turned atheist Dan Barker says that Jephthah “found it hard to murder . Jephthah's Daughter: A Lament. This ritual of grieving may be performed on 11 Cheshvan, the date of mourning for the death of Rachel and an occasion for mourning the exile of the Shekhinah and the loss of the feminine. which according to medieval Jewish tradition is the date on which Jephthah's daughter died. The Book of Judges recounts the.
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Ce livre présente une vision des dommages et des injustices subies par des enfants innocents/5(22). So Jephʹthah’s daughter goes to Shiʹloh, and she spends the rest of her life serving Jehovah at his tabernacle.
Four days out of every year the women of Israel go to visit her there, and they have a happy time together. The people love Jephʹthah’s daughter because she is such a good servant of Jehovah.
There is no story in the Bible that demonstrates this more clearly than the narrative of Jephthah and his daughter. Jephthah’s daughter is not named in scripture. We only know of her in relation to her famous father.
We can’t really understand her story without first looking into his story. Jephthah’s Daughter’s Response But at the end of Jud it tells us that after his daughter lamented for 2 months, she returned and he did just what he said he would do.
And the story ends by explaining that it’s the reason for one of Israel’s annual custom. The Bible does not explicitly state that Jephthah sacrificed his daughter as a burnt offering.
The account of Jephthah and his daughter serves as an example for us to not make foolish vows or oaths. It should also serve as a warning to make sure any vow we make is something that is not in violation of God’s Word.
What happened to Jephthah’s daughter. By Naftali Silberberg. Question: I saw a docudrama about Jephthah and it ended with him sacrificing his daughter. But in an article on your site you say she lived a reclusive life in the mountains until she died.
Which version of events is correct?Author: Naftali Silberberg. The story of Jephthah’s Daughter (Judges 11) tells us that Jephthah the Gileadite made a vow to the Lord before going into battle with the Ammonites.
He vowed that if he succeeded in battle he would offer up to the Lord as a burnt offering whatever first came forth from his doors of his house to meet him. Jephthah’s daughter: a heroine. Each year thereafter the daughters of Israel “celebrated” (the word can mean to “praise”; cf. “rehearse” — ) Jephthah’s daughter ().
Would this have been the case had she voluntarily offered herself as a sacrifice in a pagan ceremony in plain violation of the will of God.
Pseudo-Philo's treatment of Jephthah's daughter is actually fascinating and a much richer character than the Biblical version — see Cynthia Baker's article, "Pseudo-Philo and the Transformation of Jephthah's Daughter," and you can read Pseudo-Philo's account here.
The story of Jephthah and his daughter is the subject of Lion Feuchtwanger's historical novel, Jefta und seine Tochter (), English translation, Jephta and His Daughter, also known as Jephthah and His Daughter, published ; In Hamlet, Polonius tells Hamlet "If you call me Jephthah, my lord, I have a daughter I love passing well."Predecessor: Jair.
"Jephthah's Daughter" is a three-act play in verse inspired by the biblical story of Jephthah. The play's superbly wrought plot girded by splendid verse spectacularly exposes the dangers of a tongue and temper : Philip Begho.
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Buy Jephthah's Children: The Innocent Casualties of Same-Sex Parenting Second Edition by López, Robert Oscar, Klein, Brittany (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(15). Jephthah’s daughter was sad too.
At the tabernacle, she could not get married and have children. But she wanted very much to keep her father’s promise and to make Jehovah happy. That was more important to her than getting married or having children.
Despite the possibilities of comprehending the narrative as part of the propaganda of the Book of Judges, the story of Jephthah’s daughter remains enigmatic and disturbing to today’s readers. Indeed, this tale of a nameless young woman, with scarcely a voice of her own and with her violent fate precipitated and carried out by her own father, is surely one of the most horrifying tales in the whole Bible.
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Search Button. Categories Collectibles Movies & TV Blog Share to Facebook. Share to Pinterest. Share to Twitter. ISBN: ISBN Jephthah's Daughter. Rated stars. No Customer Reviews. The Rabbis severely criticize Jephthah’s vow and conduct that resulted in the senseless death of his daughter.
Jephthah is portrayed as a haughty individual, who flaunts his position as commander of all the military chieftains, when in actuality he was an ignoramus, unlettered in the Torah she-bi-khetav: Lit. "the written Torah."The Bible; the Pentateuch; Tanakh (the Pentateuch, Prophets and.
The tragic story of Jephthah’s daughter has troubled Christians and Jews alike for thousands of years. Countless commentaries have attempted to explain away the haunting specter of Jephthah killing his precious only child and offering her up as a burnt offering.
They say it was a rash1 vow, which God would not expect Jephthah to literally. When he told his daughter of his vow, she surprisingly accepted the consequences, only asking for two months to mourn beforehand (Judges –38).
The event was so well-known among the Israelites that it became a custom for the daughters of Israel to mourn the event each year for four days. Jephthah’s vow concerning his only daughter seems to be another example of the barbarity described in this book (Judg.
). But is it? What exactly did Jephthah vow, and what did he do to his daughter? There are two proposed interpretations: Jephthah offered up his daughter as a whole burnt offering.Jephthah was a hero in the book of Judges, a mighty warrior and natural leader. The Bible tells of Jephthah’s terrible mistake and what it cost.
Menu. Home. Jephthah Was a Warrior and Judge, But a Tragic Figure The first thing that came out of his house was not an animal, but his young daughter Author: Jack Zavada. Moreover, if Jephthah merely dedicated his daughter to the Lord’s service, the Law reveals that she would not need to become a lifelong virgin at the tabernacle.
7 Leviticus and 4 state, “ When a man consecrates by a vow certain persons to the Lord, according to your valuation if it is a female, then your valuation shall be thirty Author: Tim Chaffey.