Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Joshua: Argument of the Book

3. The argument of the book.



The argument of the book is a narration, of the people’s successful passing through dried up Jordan into the land of promise under the leadership of Joshua, of the storming of the cities in the promised land, of the bold overthrow of the enemies, of the distribution of the land among the remaining tribes, and finally of the last speech, renewal of the covenant with the people, and death of Joshua himself.



Dr. Dilday's Lecture: "The Conquest of Canaan"




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