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By Mark GrahamPublished 5 months ago 1 min read

Who really has the right to judge anybody? The book of Judges seems to me a story of good and evil. It is also the story of the various wins and losses of towns and families in learning to follow the rules of society. All the characters must learn how to solve their own issues and problems. If I read right it also has the story of Samson. One can learn that being a judge does have its ups and downs.

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Mark Graham

I am a person who really likes to read and write and to share what I learned with all my education. My page will mainly be book reviews and critiques of old and new books that I have read and will read. There will also be other bits, too.

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