The Book of Joshua (The Bible Believer's Commentary Series) - Peter S. Ruckman
A commentary based on Dr. Ruckman's Sunday School classes on the first of the historical books of the Old Testament. It deals with the historical accuracy of the conquest of Canaan under Israel's greatest general and the miracles associated with it. Special attention is given to the prophetic application of the book to the Second Advent and to the practical applications that can be made to the Christian's spiritual warfare against the world, the flesh, and the Devil. The geography of the book is tied into associated events in the rest of the Old Testament, with a map at the end to help the reader locate the major cities in Joshua, as well as the division of the tribes in the land.
|Author||Dr. Peter S. Ruckman|
|Number of Pages||406|