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Old Testament Essays
This article examines the story of Samson's death. From the time that he was captured by the Philistines until his death, the Bible describes at length the events that led to his downfall. This includes three major parts. The first Philistine event was jubilation at the temple of their god Dagon, which consists of two short rhymes which appear in poetic form. This was followed by Samson's plea for God's help and the destruction of the Philistine's temple. The last part mentions Samson's burial.doi:10.17159/2312-3621/2020/v33n1a10 fatcat:fppidzea6zckzfz5jkmy3f5v7y