Joshua had at least three purposes for writing about Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land:To document God’s faithfulness in fulfilling His covenant to give the Land of Canaan to His people.To encourage the Israelites to obey God by completing the conquest after his death.To vividly demonstrate God’s holy and righteous character.From our perspective as New Testament believers, the book of Joshua provides insights into obtaining and enjoying our spiritual inheritance in Christ. Just as the conquering Israelites needed excellent leadership, careful preparation, strict obedience, and focused commitment, so Christians also need these qualities today.Like the Israelites, we face spiritual battles that may be either won or lost. By following Christ, our Leader, we will both please God and know the contentment, peace, and joy that God has for us.
In his orderly and instructive style, Ken Fleming has blended Joshua’s account of this remarkable period in Israel’s history with practical challenges, encouragements, and warnings needed for us today.
Edition: AK '08
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 1-59387-057-4
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – The Commission to Joshua
Chapter 2 – Rahab and the Spies
Chapter 3 – The Crossing of the Jordan
Chapter 4 – The Memorial Stones
Chapter 5 – The Base Camp at Gilgal
Chapter 6 – The Destruction of Jericho
Chapter 7 – Defeat at Ai
Chapter 8 – Victory at Ai
Chapter 9 – The Treaty with Gibeon
Chapter 10 – Victory in the South
Chapter 11 – The Northern Campaign and Final Victory
Chapter 12 – Conquered Kings and Cities
Chapter 13 – Division of the Land East of Jordan
Chapter 14 – The Inheritances of Caleb and the Tribe of Judah
Chapter 15 – The Boundaries and Cities of Judah’s Inheritance
Chapter 16 – The Inheritance of Joseph
Chapter 17 – Issues Relating to Manasseh and Ephraim
Chapter 18 – The Distribution of Land at Shiloh
Chapter 19 – The Cities of Refuge
Chapter 20 – The Levitical Cities
Chapter 21 – A Crisis Averted
Chapter 22 – Joshua’s Farewell Address to the Leaders
Chapter 23 – Joshua’s Farewell Address to the People
Author info: Ken Fleming has been an enthusiastic and passionate Bible teacher for more than fifty years. His service for Christ has led him to many parts of the globe, including South Africa, where he spent twenty-five years as a missionary among the Zulu people. From 1977 through 2002, Ken taught in the Bible and Missions programs at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa. Today he continues proclaiming the gospel and strengthening the church body through writing and preaching ministries. For some of Ken's other commentary works, click on the links: Genesis: From Creation to a Nation and Exodus: The Formation of a Nation.
Books by Ken Fleming: Biblical Principles of Church Growth, Exodus: The Formation of a Nation, Genesis: From Creation to a Nation, God's Voice in the Stars, He Humbled Himself, Joshua: The Conquest of Canaan, Peter Fleming: A Man of Faith
Courses by Ken Fleming: Discovering Bible Study, Discovering Christ in the Psalms, Ephesians, Exodus: The Formation of a Nation, Genesis: From Creation to a Nation, God's Mandate for Missions, John the Baptist: Prophet of the Highest, Joshua: The Conquest of Canaan, Judges: Disobedience, Departure, Discipline, & Deliverance, 1 Peter, 2 Peter & Jude, Securely Saved and Sure of It!
Booklets by Ken Fleming: Assurance of Salvation, The Challenge of Change in Assembly Missions
Here's What People Are Saying!
“If you're interested in understanding the conquest of Canaan, the Old Testament, or the Middle East today, this is a good place to start. I was completely convinced that this book was on target, the moment I read the introduction that tells of Joshua's involvement in ministry, some 40 years earlier. Also, it is easy to read and understand. I am currently teaching directly from it. It's a must have!!!”
– Paul R. Andries, Pastor