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This front matter section of this book titled The land of Israel in Bible, history, and theology : studies in honour of Ed Noort contains a list of illustrations , preface and list of contributors. The Greek Joshua has attracted some of the best minds during the past century. Since scholars seek challenges, their studies often deal either with the book as a whole, its most difficult passages, or its most bewildering features. But how can we avoid the circular reasoning that easily clings to such ambitious approaches? For this article, the author therefore took the opposite route, hoping that the discussion of some "omissions" in a relatively easy chapter would yield clues for the more difficult parts of the book and for clearing up some general issues.

Keywords: Israel; Joshua



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