Inheriting the Land: A Commentary on the Book of Joshua

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1983 - 207 pàgines
 

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PREPARATION
3
ALLIES IN CANAAN Joshua
16
CROSSING JORDAN
22
COMING OF AGE IN CANAAN
31
VICTORY AT JERICHO
45
TROUBLE VALLEY
56
THE OPEN DOOR
65
A HAZARDOUS COVENANT
74
A REFORMED SOCIETY
109
PARABLES AMONG THE ARCHIVES
118
A COMPASSIONATE SOCIETY
130
AN ENLIGHTENED SOCIETY
140
A PEACEMAKING SOCIETY
157
FAREWELL
177
THE COVENANT BOND
189
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS CITED
205

WHEN GOD FOUGHT FOR ISRAEL
85
ALL THAT LAND
99

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Pàgina vi - Church is not of one mind in expressing the "how" of this relationship. The authors of this commentary share a developing consensus that any serious explanation of the Old Testament's relationship to the New will uphold the integrity of the Old Testament. Even though Christianity is rooted in the soil of the Hebrew Scriptures, the biblical interpreter must take care lest he or she "christianize
Pàgina viii - spiritual," they portrayed him as one who heard and knew the cries of people in pain (see Exod. 3:7-8). The contributors to the International Theological Commentary are persons who prize the writings of these biblical authors as a word of life to our world today. They read the Hebrew Scriptures in the twin contexts of ancient Israel and our modern day. The scholars selected as contributors underscore the international aspect of the series. Representing very different geographical, ideological, and...

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