Numbers-Joshua: The Tragedy of Fear and the Glory of FaithSubscribe to Access
Numbers-Joshua: The Tragedy of Fear and the Glory of Faith
DetailsNumber of Lessons: 3Avg. Lesson Length: 24 MinutesTime Required: 3 Hours MinimumLevel: Intermediate
Numbers-Joshua: The Tragedy of Fear and the Glory of Faith is a study of contrasts. Israel’s fear prevented them from entering the land God promised to give them, resulting in the story of wandering and death recorded in Numbers. In contrast, the books of Deuteronomy and Joshua record the preparation and triumph of faith as the people allowed God to win the Promised Land for them.
With this course you will also receive Ray C. Stedman’s teaching commentary related to this section of the Bible. Click here to see a sample chapter.
This was a great course about God’s faithfulness to His people!Michelle
This was a great study!Alisha
ProfessorDouglas K. Stuart, PhD
- Harvard University, PhD
- Yale Divinity School, graduate studies
- Harvard University, BA
- To introduce students to survey information of the Old Testament.
- To help develop critical and practical aptitudes in understanding the Bible.
- To provide scholarly information that will help students better understand the historical and biblical context of the Old Testament.
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An excellent tool for easier understanding of the Old Testament.Danvy
This course has been very helpful for me to understand the historical and geographical backgrounds of Deuteronomy and Joshua. It also helped me to re-think those books in terms of God’s authority and covenant.Mizuho
It is a good course to learn more about the Old Testament.Pedro
Good basic overview!Donald
I enjoyed the process and learned a lot. It was refreshing and fulfilling.Jacqueline
Good content, enlightening, particularly enjoyed the section on geography and archaeology.Dale
Very interesting…this course has refreshed my prior readings and brought more details [and] explanations and represent[ation] of [how] our Lord works in us as well.Masayoshi
This is a great work. thumbs up. I only humbly suggest that to aid students the right answers should be given after the exams where the students got it wrong.Stephen