Joshua is brought to life. This book explores the underlying
historical, geographical, and psychological subtexts, providing a
strategic understanding of Isreal's military campaign. The author
makes an important contribution to understanding violence in the
Old Testament at a time when our society is preoccupied with
questions of terrorism and jihad. This book will bless those who
face impregnable walls or raging rivers; all who have experienced
an embarrassing Ai defeat after a Jericho victory; all who wait on
the verge of the Promised Land, seeking a city whose builder and
maker is God.
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