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Joshua / Paul R. Hinlicky.
Hinlicky, Paul R.
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Brazos Press, a division of Baker Publishing Group, 
xx, 298 pages ; 24 cm.
Brazos theological commentary on the Bible
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"A leading systematic theologian offers a theological reading of Joshua in this addition to the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
YHWH commissions Joshua to succeed Moses (1:1-9) -- Preparations for the battle of the kingdom of YHWH (1:10-18) -- Rahab, confessing YHWH, Tricks her king, saving Joshua's spies and her own Family (2:1-24) -- Israel passes over the Jordan and memorializes the event (3:1-4:24) -- Joshua prepares the new generation and is prepared by the prince of the army of YHWH (5:1-15) -- The war procession of the throne of YHWH (6:1-27) -- Achan covets (7:1-26) -- Ḥerem consumes Ai and its king (8:1-29) -- Covenant renewal in the promised land (8:30-35) -- The paradox of the Gibeonites (9:1-27) -- The messianic paradox (10:1-15) -- The campaign against the southern kings (10:16-43) -- The alliance of the northern kings against Israel and their defeat (11:1-15) -- The hardening of the hearts of the Canaanite Kings (11:16-20) -- Defeat of the Anakim and the end of battle (11:21-23) -- The end of Canaanite sovereignty (12:1-24) -- Unconquered Canaan (13:1-7) -- The Transjordan (13:8-33) -- The Cisjordan (14:1-5) -- The Kenite's inheritance (14:6-15) -- The territory of Judah and its satellites (15:1-17:18) -- Casting lots at Shiloh for the seven remaining tribes (18:1-19:51) -- Sanctuary (20:1-9) -- Cities assigned to the Levites (21:1-42) -- Conclusion to Israel's initial land reform (21:43-45) -- The true unity of the people of god (22:1-34) -- The aged Joshua bids Israel farewell, not once but twice (23:1-24:33).
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