The book of Joshua describes the first 20 years of the Jewish conquest of the land of Canaan (present day Israel). The account starts around 1450 BC and is the first of a series of historical books in the Christian Old Testament that cover 1,000 years of Jewish history. Upon the death of Moses in the Sinai wilderness, God appoints Joshua to lead the Israelites across the Jordan River and commence the conquest of the land. Faithful Joshua leads a series of military campaigns that break the back of Canaanite resistance. The book also details the allotment of the land to different tribes and concludes with Joshua’s farewell addresses.
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