Book of Joshua
|This article forms part of the series on the |
The Old Testament - Septuagint
| or simply "LXX", the Koine Greek version|
of the Hebrew Bible.
|Pentateuch or "the Law"|
| 1.Genesis | 2.Exodus | 3.Leviticus | 4.Numbers | 5.Deuteronomy |
| 6.Joshua | 7.Judges | 8.Ruth |
9.I Kingdoms | 10.II Kingdoms | 11.III Kingdoms | 12.IV Kingdoms
|Books of Wisdom|
| 24.Book of Psalms | 25.Job | 26.Proverbs |
27.Ecclesiastes | 28.Song of Solomon
29.Wisdom of Solomon | 30.Wisdom of Sirach
| The Minor Prophets, or "The Twelve" |
| The Major Prophets |
| IV Maccabees |
The Book of Joshua, is the first of the twelve Historical books and the sixth book from the Old Testament.
Traditionally attributed to Joshua whose name means "Salvation".
God is faithful to fulfill His promise to the children of Israel.
The Israelites will inherit the land of promise through (a) obedience to God's Law and His commands, and (b) Joshua's leadership and God's intervention. The failures are the result of Israel's disobedience.