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Heavenly Places: Addresses on the Book of Joshua
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Heavenly Places: Addresses on the Book of Joshua


J. Nisbet & Co. 1872

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In Heavenly Places: Addresses on the Book of Joshua, Stevenson A. Blackwood carefully and intricately weaves the Old Testament book of Joshua into New Testament theology, exploring the Israelites’ conquest and settling of the land through nine motifs that draw us back to the coming Messiah. Each address faithfully examines the people of God in the context of the promise of God, revealing how this redemption story foreshadows the work of the cross.

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Key Features

  • Utilizes parts of Joshua as groundwork for important theological messages
  • Contrasts the book of Joshua with New Testament theological themes
  • Details the impact of the events of Joshua with related Scripture


  • The Land of Promise; or, Heavenly Places
  • The Death of Moses; or, the End of the Law
  • The Passage of Jordan; or, Entrance by Faith
  • Twelve Stones; or, Buried with Christ
  • Twelve Stones; or, Risen with Christ
  • Gilgal; or, the Circumcision of Christ
  • The Passover; or, Redemption Remembered
  • “The Old Corn of the Land;” or, “Strong Meat”
  • The Drawn Sword; or, Jesus Our Leader

Product Details

  • Title: Heavenly Places: Addresses on the Book of Joshua
  • Author: Stevenson A. Blackwood
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1872
  • Pages: 177

About Stevenson A. Blackwood

Stevenson A. Blackwood (1832–1893) was the major founder of the Civil Service Prayer Union and the author of Forgiveness, Life and Glory: Addresses.

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