The last section from the Book of Judges showed the everyday life of the people in their spiritual and moral corruption. The Book of Ruth also portrays the people’s everyday life during the time of the judges, but with one important difference, the people seem to be walking in the Lord’s ways; a community that actually governs itself by the Mosaic Law and ordinances. The men of Bethlehem take care of widows and strangers, they settle problems of land inheritance and manage their daily business routines. So this is a refreshing picture compared to the problems of corruption found in the last part of Judges.
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