Some folks at SI have been discussing Paul Henebury's review of Chisholm's new commentary on Judges, which I do not personally own (although I love Leon Wood's, which Henebury also respects). The question came up about Jephthah's daughter from Judges 11.
Jephthah made a vow to sacrifice whatever came through his doorway first, (Judges 11:30-31), a foolish vow. His daughter ended up being the first one through his door, Judges 11:34-40. Was she sacrificed? If so, how could this be, since God forbade human sacrifice (Deuteronomy 18:10)? Or was Jephthah ignorant of God's Law? Or was she dedicated as a virgin servant of the Lord at the Tabernacle? Or something else? What is your view?