Includes 13 lessons with suggested responses and commentary on the biblical text.
The Book of Joshua is a historical account of how the Israelites conquered Canaan, the land God promised them in the covenant with Abraham. The book details Joshua’s obedience to God, the bloody-yet-miraculous battles, and the division of the land among the 12 tribes.
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- Closely studies the book of Joshua chapter-by-chapter
- Comes with study questions for group study and individual testing
- Includes a Group Leader Guide to assist leaders in facilitating discussion
Praise for the Print Edition
This Bible study program is rooted in sound biblical scholarship and in the Church’s magisterium. I hope you will welcome and support this important Bible study program in your parishes.
—Most Rev. Peter Jugis, bishop, Charlotte
This program covers all the desirable bases—thorough textual analysis and exegesis, stimulating questions to engage the individual subscriber, and direct and faithful connections of what has been studied to the Catechism, and to the magisterial writings of the Church. I can easily assure any pastor, that this program will not only enhance the spiritual lives of your people individually, but also the level of spiritual vitality of your parish.
—Most Rev. John F. Donoghue, archbishop emeritus, Atlanta
- Title: Catholic Scripture Study International: The Book of Joshua
- Author: Steve Ray
- Series: Catholic Scripture Study International Studies
- Publisher: Catholic Scripture Study International
- Publication Date: 2012
- Pages: 182
About Steve Ray
Steve Ray converted to the Catholic Church from a Baptist background in 1994, after an in-depth study of the writings of the Church Fathers. He is the host of the popular, award-winning film series on salvation history, The Footprints of God. Steve is the author of the bestselling books Crossing the Tiber, St. John’s Gospel, and Upon This Rock. He is a popular conference and retreat speaker, has been a guest radio speaker, and made appearances EWTN.