Who Was Joshua?

The Bible describes how the Jewish people, emerging from Egyptian servitude and decades of wandering in the Sinai desert, followed Joshua’s military leadership to conquer the Land of Israel and establish the ancient foundations of their Torah-centered society. This lecture will survey the archeological and historical record to understand the larger context of the Biblical account.

Part II of the lecture series “ISRAEL: The Land and its People” offered during the Spring 2017 semester at the mighty Avenue J campus of Touro College. Free and open to the community. Sponsorships are available at bit.ly/thefriendsofjewishhistory.

3 thoughts on “Who Was Joshua?

  1. In Joshua 13:1-6 it says clearly that Yehoshua did not capture the entire land, and it names there all the places that were left uncaptured

  2. 15 Hashem Eloheicha will raise up unto thee a Navi from among thee, of thy achim, kamoni (like me [Moshe, Ex 32:30]); unto him ye must listen; Who is this Navi like Moses, only compared to Moses , He existed ? or He will come? thank you

    De: Henry Abramson Para: gcvelarde@yahoo.com.ar Enviado: Martes, 14 de febrero, 2017 12:27:05 Asunto: [New post] Who Was Joshua? #yiv2353799520 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv2353799520 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv2353799520 a.yiv2353799520primaryactionlink:link, #yiv2353799520 a.yiv2353799520primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv2353799520 a.yiv2353799520primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv2353799520 a.yiv2353799520primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv2353799520 WordPress.com | Henry Abramson posted: “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zchVTdnaSbwThe Bible describes how the Jewish people, emerging from Egyptian servitude and decades of wandering in the Sinai desert, followed Joshua’s military leadership to conquer the Land of Israel and establish t” | |

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