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Joshua / Pekka M.A. Pitkänen. [print]

By: Pitkänen, Pekka [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Apollos Old Testament commentaryPublication details: Nottingham, England : Apollos ; [(c)2010. ; Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2010. Description: 454 pages ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780830825066; 0830825061; 9781844744770; 1844744779Subject(s): Bible. Joshua -- Commentaries | Old Testament Bible Study | Old Testament CommentariesGenre/Form: Joshua Commentaries. | Commentaries. LOC classification: BS1295.A663.A665.P684.J674 2010COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Understanding Joshua today in its ancient context ; Understanding history in Joshua ; Understanding theology in Joshua ; Modern appropriation of the book of Joshua ; Excursus 1: General observations on the literary form and setting of the book ; Excursus 2: Form and structure of Joshua 1--12 ; Excursus 3: The ark and Yahweh's presence ; Excursus 4: Herem ; Excursus 5: The archaeology of Jericho ; Excursus 6: The archaeology of Ai ; Excursus 7: The archaeology of Mount Ebal ; Excursus 8: The archaeology of Gibeon ; Excursus 9: The archaeology of Arad ; Excursus 10: Form and structure of Joshua 13--21 ; Excursus 11: Form and structure of Joshua 22--24 and the end of Genesis-Joshua ; Excursus 12: Joshua 22:9-34 and the Deuteronomistic history hypothesis, with implications for the date of Joshua.
Summary: Pekka Pitkänen shows the relevance of Joshua to modern readers. While he remains anchored in the world of the text throughout the commentary, Pitkänen brings contemporary geopolitical issues (like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict) to bear on Joshua and the genocidal "Israelite conquest tradition."--Publisher description.
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Understanding Joshua today in its ancient context ; Understanding history in Joshua ; Understanding theology in Joshua ; Modern appropriation of the book of Joshua ; Excursus 1: General observations on the literary form and setting of the book ; Excursus 2: Form and structure of Joshua 1--12 ; Excursus 3: The ark and Yahweh's presence ; Excursus 4: Herem ; Excursus 5: The archaeology of Jericho ; Excursus 6: The archaeology of Ai ; Excursus 7: The archaeology of Mount Ebal ; Excursus 8: The archaeology of Gibeon ; Excursus 9: The archaeology of Arad ; Excursus 10: Form and structure of Joshua 13--21 ; Excursus 11: Form and structure of Joshua 22--24 and the end of Genesis-Joshua ; Excursus 12: Joshua 22:9-34 and the Deuteronomistic history hypothesis, with implications for the date of Joshua.

Pekka Pitkänen shows the relevance of Joshua to modern readers. While he remains anchored in the world of the text throughout the commentary, Pitkänen brings contemporary geopolitical issues (like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict) to bear on Joshua and the genocidal "Israelite conquest tradition."--Publisher description. Link to source of summary

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