Really? The Gospel According to Joshua? I thought the “gospel” was a New Testament concept? One of the great truths of Christianity is that there has always been one church, and the story of the Old Testament is our story. The Old Testament looks forward to the person and work of Christ, and we are in the privileged position to look back at those 39 books through the lens of Christ’s finished work. The book of Joshua—in its recounting of the end of Israel’s wilderness wandering and her entrance into the Promised Land—beautifully portrays the greater fulfillment that was to come to the whole world through Christ. Because of this we can truly see the gospel message in the pages of that ancient book.
This seven-part study falls into three sections. Lessons 1-3 lay the groundwork for how we are to interpret this book and give us the categories and framework for doing so. Lessons 4-6 proceed through the book of Joshua discussing the major events and figures. Finally, Lesson 7 looks at how God renews his covenant with the nation of Israel in Joshua 24 and the implications for our own understanding of salvation and the church.
This kit includes:
If studying Joshua whets your appetite to understand how to properly read and interpret Scripture you may want to consider our “How to Read Your Bible” Study Kit as well.
All the materials available in this kit are digital downloadable files (MP3 and PDF contained in compressed ZIP files) which will be available to you immediately upon purchase.