Drawing on the wisdom of notable Christian and Jewish commentators of his time, as well as his own insights, George Bush provides a detailed commentary on the book of Joshua. He examines the book in context and studies the original Hebrew, employing every effort to break the book down verse-by-verse and reveal the heart and soul of God’s purpose through Joshua.
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- Discusses the design and context of Joshua and historical books in general
- Provides extensive verse-by-verse commentary
- Includes analysis of original Hebrew word choice
- Title: Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Joshua
- Author: George Bush
- Publisher: Saxton & Miles
- Publication Date: 1844
- Pages: 221
About George Bush
George Bush (1796–1859) studied theology at Princeton University before being ordained in the Presbyterian ministry. He was a professor of Hebrew and Oriental literature at New York University.