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THE BIBLICAL ACCOUNT OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN


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Front Matter Front Cover Front Flap Half Title Page Title Page Copyright Page Table Of ContentsABBREVIATIONS PREFACE TO THE REISSUEContents THE FORMER PROPHETS AND THE SOURCES OF THE PENTATEUCH THE FORMER PROPHETS ARE NOT A DEUTERONOMISTIC HISTORICAL WORK THE ARCHAIC CHARACTER OF THE BOOK OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE LAND (JOSH 13-19) ALT'S CONJECTURES ABOUT THE LISTS OF BOUNDARIES AND CITIES MOWINCKEL'S CRITICISMFLUCTUATIONS OF THE NORTHERN BORDER OF BENJAMIN THE BOUNDARIES OF DANITE TERRITORYJOSH CONTAINS NO REFERENCE TO JOSIAH'S KINGDOMTHE PORTION OF SIMEONJEBUSTHE GALILEAN TRIBES THE TRANSJORDANIAN TRIBESTHE BOUNDARIES OF EPHRAIM AND MANASSEH OMISSION OF THE CITY LISTS THE CANAANITE ZONE TO THE NORTH OF MANASSEH THE LIST OF LEVITICAL CITIES. AN ANCIENT UTOPIA THE IDEAL AND UTOPIAN LAND OF ISRAEL THE LAND OF CANAAN MOSES' LAND OF ISRAELJOSHUA'S LAND OF ISRAELTHE REAL LAND OF ISRATHE ISRAELITE EMPIRETHE LAND OF CANAAN — AN ANCIENT UTOPIATHE DATE OF JOSHUA'S LANDTHE PROBLEM OF THE COMPLETE CONQUESTFROM GEN 15 TO JU 3THE ANTIQUITY OF THE PRAGMATIC FRAMEWORK OF JUTHE CHARACTER OF THE NARRATIVES: LOCAL STORIES AND AETIOLOGICAL LEGENDS BETWEEN JOSH AND JU THE EVIDENCE OF THE SONG OF DEBORAHBENJAMIN AND GILGALTHE LOCATION OF THE WARSTHE NATIONAL CHARACTER OF THE STORIESCRITICISM OF THE AETIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION THE INNERMOST IDEA OF THE STORIES OF JOSHUNITY OF THE REALISTIC BACKGROUNDDATE OF THE STORIESTHE ARCHAIC CHARACTER OF JOSHJU 1JU 1 A CONTINUATION OF JOSHMONUMENTAL EVIDENCETHE REAL PLAN OF THE WARS OF CONQUESTTHE COMPOSITION OF JOSHBack Matter MapsThe Portions of the TribesThe Districts of Judah and BenjaminThe Land of the PatriarchsMoses' Land of IsraelJoshua's LandThe Kingdom of David and SolomonCanaanite cities in central Palestine before the conquest of the Valley of JizreelBack Flap Back Cover
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