Conquest and Settlement

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Conquest and Settlement


Number of Lessons: 24Avg. Lesson Length: 28 MinutesTime Required: 22 Hours MinimumLevel: Advanced


Few nations have experienced such blessing as has Israel, and few have experienced such failure. This course follows the journey of the people of Israel in Joshua, Judges, and Ruth as they cross the Jordan River, overtake and divide the land of Palestine, and fall into a repeated cycle of sin and repentance. Significant events will be analyzed in their historical and cultural contexts such as the fall of Jericho, the day the sun stood still, and the defeat at Ai. Learners will explore the ministries of judges including Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson, as well as the life and lessons of Ruth. Throughout the course, Davis places emphasis on theological and practical truths gleaned from these books.

This course is part of our Legacy Series of courses from renowned scholars over several decades.


  1. Have a basic understanding of the events surrounding Israel’s conquest and settlement of Canaan during the days of Joshua and the judges.
  2. Have a basic working knowledge of the contents of Joshua, Judges and Ruth with respect to theological themes, historical developments, personality profiles and archaeological problems.
  3. Arrive at fresh insights with regard to practical Christian living as illustrated by the lives of godly saints who lived during that era.


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