Joshua is a book of endings and beginnings. It marks the end of a forty-year journey through the wilderness—a time when God led His people from bondage, gave them the law—and the conclusion of Moses’ leadership. But Joshua also looks forward, telling the story of the new leader of the Israelites, the journey across the Jordan, and the conquest of the Canaanites. Irving L. Jensen’s commentary on Joshua explains the book of Joshua to modern readers, and tells the story of one of Israel’s most important historical moments in accessible language.
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Irving L. Jensen (B.A., Wagner College; S.T.B., Biblical Seminary; Th.D., Northwestern Theological Seminary), was professor and chairman of the department of Bible at Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee, and the author of numerous books, including the entire Bible Self-Study Series; Jensen's Survey of the Old Testament; Jensen's Survey of the New Testament; Jensen's Bible Study Charts; Acts: An Inductive Study; Independent Bible Study; and How to Profit from Bible Reading.