Following Andrew’s helpful post on study resources for Zechariah’s night visions, I thought I’d summarize different resources I’ve used while preaching/teaching through Joshua. Going through this OT narrative has been an enjoyable endeavor, even though the tribal allotments in the last part of the book have been challenging. To note ahead of time, most of… Continue reading Resources on Preaching/Teaching Joshua
I've been enjoying Richard Hess' nice little commentary on Joshua in the Tyndale OT Commentary series. It is scholarly, readable, to the point, and level-headed - all things that I appreciate in commentaries. For one example, while studying Joshua 6 and the tumbling walls of Jericho, most scholars will rightly note that the archaeological proof of… Continue reading Jericho’s Walls?
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