Classic Commentaries and Studies on Joshua (17 vols.)
by 18 authors Witherby, H. Forbes, Smith, Thornley, Bennett, W. H., Biley, Edward, Blackwood, Stevenson A., Bush, George, Butler, George William, Crosby, Howard, Douglas, George C. M., Holmes, S., Hughes, Lewis, Johnstone, T. Boston, Keil, Carl Friedrich, Lloyd, John, Mackay, A. B., Marston, Charles Dallas, Meyer, Frederick Brotherton, Smiley, Sarah F.
21 publishers Alfred Holness, R. L. Allan, Thomas Nelson, Dodd, Mead and Company, James Clarke and Company, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Hatchards, J. Nisbet & Co., Saxton & Miles, Saxton, Peirce and Co., Hamilton, Adams & Co., William Oliphant and Co., Robert Carter & Brothers, T&T Clark, Cambridge University Press, John Heywood, Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., John Robertson, and Hodges and Smith, Hodder and Stoughton, Tubbs and Brook, Fleming H. Revell 1844–1914
After following the Israelites through their 40-year exodus, the book of Joshua offers a brilliant ray of hope as they finally lay claim to the “land flowing with milk and honey.” Though often viewed as a strictly historical document chronicling the Israelite’ conquest and division of the Promised Land, the book actually offers much more in the way of allegory and foreshadowing, setting up Joshua as an archetype for the coming Messiah.
Classic Commentaries and Studies on Joshua offers more than 4,000 pages of interpretation, observation, translation, contextual history, reflection, and practical application. A rich and varied collection, it marries accessibility and scholastic richness.
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- More than 4,000 pages of scholarship on the book of Joshua
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- The Book of Joshua, by William Henry Bennett
- The Book of Joshua, by George C. M. Douglas
- The Book of Joshua: A Critical and Expository Commentary of the Hebrew Text by John Lloyd
- Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Joshua, by George Bush
- Commentary on the Book of Joshua, by Karl Friedrich Keil
- Expository Notes on the Book of Joshua, by Howard Crosby
- Joshua and the Land of Promise, by F. B. Meyer
- Heavenly Places: Addresses on the Book of Joshua, by Stevenson A. Blackwood
- The Lord's Host: Lessons from the Book of Joshua, by George William Butler
- Victory and Service: Illustrated by Sermons on the Book of Joshua, by Charles Dallas Marston
- Analysis of the Book of Joshua by Lewis Hughes, T. Boston Johnstone
- On the Miracle Recorded in the Tenth Chapter of the Book of Joshua, by Edward Biley
- The Fullness of Blessing; or, The Gospel of Christ as Illustrated From the Book of Joshua, by Sarah F. Smiley
- Joshua: The Hebrew and Greek Texts, by S. Holmes
- The Conquest of Canaan. Lectures on the First Twelve Chapters of the Book of Joshua, by A. B. Mackay
- The Book of Joshua, Shadowing Forth the Fullness of Christian Blessing in Christ, by H. Forbes Witherby
- The History of Joshua: Viewed in Connection with the Topography of Canaan, and the Customs of the Times in Which He Lived , by Thornley Smith
- Title: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Joshua
- Volumes: 17
- Pages: 4,156