Book Of Joshua
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The Angel of the Lord in the Pentateuch, and the Book of Joshua.
Testament distinguishes between the hidden God and the ...
/.../hengstenberg/christology of the old testament/the angel of the lord.htm

... JOSHUA. The book of Joshua is the natural complement of the Pentateuch. Moses
is dead, but the people are on the verge of the promised ...
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The Story of Israel Crossing Jordan under Joshua is Typical of ...
... tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father."
This is pointed out by what we find in the book called Joshua, [4938] "In ...
/.../origen/origens commentary on the gospel of john/26 the story of israel.htm

Some Miscellaneous Matters Respecting the Face of the Land.
... They are those which are mentioned in the Book of Joshua; "which, however in
after-times they were not begirt with walls, are nevertheless reckoned under the ...
/.../from the talmud and hebraica/chapter 98 some miscellaneous matters.htm

Concerning the Circumcision.
... again for the second time God gave the law of Circumcision to Joshua, after the
crossing of Jordan, according as it is written in the book of Joshua, the son ...
/.../exposition of the orthodox faith/chapter xxv concerning the circumcision.htm

Was Moses "A Literary Fiction"?
... Joshua 1:5.) Eight times in the first chapter of the book of Joshua God accredits
Moses with having received and having given the law to Joshua and the people. ...
/.../iii was moses a literary.htm

... are reproductions of early and important notices in the book of Joshua, though with
significant editorial additions, usually in honour of Judah; [Footnote: Cf. ...
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Gilgal, in Deuteronomy 11:30 what the Place Was.
... 5:9. For when Moses spoke those words, the name of that Gilgal, near Jericho, was
not at all: nor can that which is spoke in the book of Joshua concerning the ...
/.../lightfoot/from the talmud and hebraica/chapter 88 gilgal in deuteronomy.htm

Translations from Greek Writers.
... all that had been written by Origen on the Pentateuch: he accomplished this as regards
the first three books, and also as to the book of Joshua, at the request ...
/.../ii translations from greek writers.htm

The New Leaders Commission
... THE BOOK OF JOSHUA THE NEW LEADERS COMMISSION. 'Now after the death of Moses
the servant of the Lord it came to pass, that the Lord ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture f/the new leaders commission.htm

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Book Of Joshua

Named from Joshua the son of Nun, who is the principal character in it. The book may be regarded as consisting of three parts:

  1. The conquest of Canaan; chs. 1-12.
  2. The partition of Canaan; chs. 13-22.
  3. Joshua's farewell; chs. 23,24. Nothing is really known as to the authorship of the book. Joshua himself is generally named as the author by the Jewish writers and the Christian fathers; but no contemporary assertion or sufficient historical proof of the fact exists, and it cannot be maintained without qualification. The last verses, ch. (Joshua 24:29-33) were obviously added at a later time. Some events, such as the capture of Hebron, of Debir, (Joshua 15:13-19) and Judg 1:10-15 Of Leshem, (Joshua 19:47) and Judg 18:7 And the joint occupation of Jerusalem, (Joshua 15:63) and Judg 1:21 Probably did not occur till after Joshua's death. (It was written probably during Joshua's life, or soon after his death (B.C. 1420), and includes his own records, with revision by some other person not long afterward.)


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