|Author:||Carl Friedrich Keil|
|Published by:||Hamilton, Adams & Co., John Robertson, and Hodges and Smith, Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., T&T Clark (1857)|
|Series:||Clark’s Foreign Theological Library|
|Subjects:||Joshua ⇒ Commentaries|
|Also included in:||Untitled|
|Traits:||bk.%BookOfJoshua_Writing, supports-bible, supports-bible bhs and 3 more, supports-bible lxx, supports-josw, supports-page|
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Taking the common line of dividing the book of Joshua into two parts—the conquest of Canaan and the division of the land— Karl Friedrich Keil pays special attention to this early prophetic work, examining its origins, credibility, and impact on the rest of the canon. Keil explains his methodology and approach in an extensive introduction, exploring authorship and etymological roots in order to better build a foundation for his verse-by-verse explication.