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Book Description

Title:
The Book of Joshua with Maps, Notes, and Introduction
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Gill & Sons, Ltd.
Pages:
138
Subjects:
Joshua, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • A Continuous Narrative
    • Title
    • Author and Date
    • Life and Character of Joshua
    • Joshua, a Type of Jesus
    • Scope of the Book
    • Chronology
    • The Conquest—How Far Completed
    • Government
    • The Ark
    • Heathenism
    • The Hand of God in the Conquest—The Miracles
    • The Moral Difficulty
    • Historical Notes
    • The Land
    • The Jordan
    • The Seven Nations of Palestine, and Other Nations
    • The Territories of the Different Tribes
    • Geographical Notes
    • Analysis of the Book
    • Typical Character of the Cities of Refuge
  • Texts and Notes
    • Comments of the Revised Version
    • Words and Phrases Explained
    • Eastern Customs
    • Undesigned Coincidences
  • Maps