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Feb 8, 2021

[Answer] Which of Israel's Old Testament judges was the son of a prostitute?

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...Jephthah was the son of Gilead the Israelite, a man of noble lineage. His mother was an unnamed prostitute who abandoned him to grow up in a family that never accepted him because of his mother. Although he excelled as one of Israel's mightiest warriors and military strategist, he could never overcome the shame of being born from a harlot and his family's subsequent rejection. It appears that Jephthah was a natural leader. Even in forced exile, he joined a company of societal rejects, like himself, whose reputation as fierce warriors eventually drew notice. Israel's elders sought out his help in fighting the Ammonites. Jephthah questioned their motives, reminding them how they had rejected him. He wisely negotiated with them to become the leader or judge over Israel in exchange for God's victory against the Ammonites. Desperate for his assistance, the elders agreed. This began Jephthah's reign as Israel's judge, which lasted for six years.




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Jephthah:


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