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DEURTONOMIC HISTORY 2
Question 1
The relationship between the Deuteronomic history and the book of Deuteronomy is that
the Deuteronomistic history treats or regards the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and kings as a
continuation of the Pentateuch. It’s believed, they have a unified history of Israel and are written
by a singular author. The ideology and chronology of these books point to an individual hand
(General, 2012).
Question 2
God's promise to Israel was fulfilled by Joshua defeating the Canaanites. He distributed
the land to the children of Israel. the tribes made alliances with Canaanites, thus failed to fulfill
the condition which God had promised hence the fighting in the book of judges.
Question 3
Yes. I’ve heard and read Joshua 1:6 during a bible study. It’s a verse that encourages one
to be strong and courageous. The Lord had made abundant provisions for the Israelites in the
days of wandering in the wilderness. It points to God as a faithful God hence the need to be
strong and courageous for He who promised is faithful. To the people who had been wandering
in the wilderness, the verse brings to remembrance the provisions of God, hence reinforcing trust
in the Lord by being strong and courageous.
Question 4
An Israelite judge was a prophet or a prophetess who judged Israel at that time, and the
Israelites came to them for judgment. In our culture, we have a court of law judges who act as
arbiters in matters of justice.

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Running Head: DEURTONOMIC HISTORY Name Tutor Course Date of submission DEURTONOMIC HISTORY 2 Question 1 The relationship between the Deuteronomic history and the book of Deuteronomy is that the Deuteronomistic history treats or regards the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and kings as a continuation of the Pentateuch. It’s believed, they have a unified history of Israel and are written by a singular author. The ideology and chronology of these books point to an individual hand (General, 2012). Question 2 God's promise to Israel was fulfilled by Joshua defeating the Canaanites. He distributed the land to the children of Israel. the tribes made alliances with Canaanites, thus failed to fulfill the condition which God had promised hence the fighting in the book of judges. Question 3 Yes. I’ve heard and read Joshua 1:6 during a bible study. It’s a verse that encourages one to be strong and courageous. The Lord had made abundant provisions for the Israelites in the days of wandering in the wilderness. It points to God as a faithful God hence the need to be strong and courageous for He who promised is faithful. To the people who had been wandering in the wilderness, the verse brings to remembrance the provisions of God, hence reinforcing trust in the Lord by being strong and courageous. Question 4 An Israelite judge was a prophet or a prophetess who judged Israel at that time, and the Israelites came to them for judgment. In our culture, we have a court of law judges wh ...
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