Barry G. Webb, "The Book of the Judges: An Integrated Reading"
1988 | ISBN-10: 1850750343 | 260 pages | PDF | 12 MB
The Old Testament book of Judges is an important book, serving as a bridge - along with Joshua - between the Pentateuch and the rest of Israel's history, from monarchy to divided kingdom. It covers roughly a 400-year period in which judges, or perhaps more correctly, deliverers, were raised up by Yahweh to bail out the Israelites who kept getting themselves into trouble by disobedience and rebellion.
While this is a vital Old Testament volume, surprisingly there have not been too many good commentaries on it, at least from a conservative and/or evangelical perspective. Indeed, for a long while, there were only two somewhat brief commentaries available from this camp.
Back in 1968 Arthur Cundall offered us one, as part of the TOTC series. It was half of a two-part commentary, with Leon Morris taking up the book of Ruth. In 1992 Michael Wilcock presented us with another somewhat short commentary on this book in the BST series.