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The Book of Joshua: its Theme and Use in Discussions of the Israelite Conquest and Settlement and the Relationship of Archaeology and the Bible

@inproceedings{Merling1995TheBO,
  title={The Book of Joshua: its Theme and Use in Discussions of the Israelite Conquest and Settlement and the Relationship of Archaeology and the Bible},
  author={David Merling},
  year={1995}
}
THE BOOK OF JOSHUA: ITS THEME AND USE IN DISCUSSIONS OF THE ISRAELITE CONQUEST AND SETTLEMENT AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE by David Meriing, Sr. Adviser William H. Shea Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission. ABSTRACT OF GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH DissertationOF GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH Dissertation Andrews University Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary Title: THE BOOK OF JOSHUA: ITS THEME AND USE IN… 
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The Empirical Development of a Curriculum on the Issues Concerning the History of Ancient Israel
THE EMPIRICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A CURRICULUM ON THE ISSUES CONCERNING THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT ISRAEL

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