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Coogan Chapter 12 Joshua and the Conquest of the Land of Canaan Joshua 1. How is the book of Deuteronomy related to the books that precede and follow it? 2. Define the Deuteronomic History and describe its principle themes. a. Deuteronomistic History: according to modern scholars, the books of Joshua, Judges, 1 & 2 Samuel and 1 & 2 Kings, which form a narrative history of Israel in the Promised Land. It was produced in several editions from the late 8 th century to the 6 th century by the Deuteronomistic Historians who were informed by the principles of the book of Deuteronomy. b. Themes/Principles i. J tradition the promise that Israel will possess that land ii. Exclusive worship of Yahweh as a prerequisite for Israel’s continued possession of and prosperity in the promised land iii. Worship is to take place only at “the place that the LORD your God will choose.” iv. Exile and return 3. What are the functions of the etiologies and the geographical lists in the book of Joshua? a.
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