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JOSHUA AND THE SETTLEMENT A. Organization of the book 1. Introduction (ch. 1): speeches by God and Joshua. 2. The Conquest (chs. 2-12) a. Territory of Benjamin (2-9) - Jericho (2-6) - Ai (7-8) - Gibeon (9) b. Southern campaign (10) c. Northern campaign (11:1-15) d. Summary (11:16-12:24) 3. Distribution of the land (13-22) 4. Joshua’s farewell and death (23-24) B. Compositional history of the book? 1. Dtr passages from the editors: Intro in ch. 1 Joshua’s farewell in chs. 23-24. 2. Old (pre-exilic) inherited materials, e.g., -individual conquest stories -town lists -tribal border descriptions The Dtr. editors assembled the materials into a continuous narrative and added key passages of their own. C. Key passages from Dtr. editors 1. Speeches of God (ch. 1) and Joshua (chs 23-24) look backwards and forwards on the history of Israel and interpret it for the reader. 2. Theological lesson: The conquest and a happy life in the land depends on obedience to God’s commandments (in Deut.). D. Overall picture of the Settlement in Joshua
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