Joshua also was the leader in renewing the Mosaic covenant with their God. Caleb was from the tribe of Judah. He was also chosen to explore the land of Canaan, and he was (along with Joshua) the other man who said that the God of Israel could help the Israelite people to victory against the Canaanites.
Joshua, an Ephraimite, is set to be the successor of Moses, and the sons of Joseph form part of the twelve tribes at the exclusion of Levi (Numbers). The pro-Joseph elements in the Hexateuch are regarded as part of the non-Priestly source.
Joshua, also spelled Josue, Hebrew Yehoshua (“Yahweh is deliverance”), the leader of the Israelite tribes after the death of Moses, who conquered Canaan and distributed its lands to the 12 tribes. His story is told in the Old Testament Book of Joshua.
Nun /ˈnʊn/, in the Hebrew Bible, was a man from the Tribe of Ephraim, grandson of Ammihud, son of Elishama, and father of Joshua (1 Chronicles 7:26–27).
Spies were sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan (promised to the children of Israel) for “forty days” ( Numbers 13:2, 25). The Hebrew people lived in the lands outside of the promised land for “forty years”. This period of years represents the time it takes for a new generation to arise ( Numbers 32:13).
Most modern Bibles translate Hebrews 4:8–10 to identify Jesus as a better Joshua, as Joshua led Israel into the rest of Canaan, but Jesus leads the people of God into “God’s rest”.
In Matthew 1:1–6 and Luke 3:31–34 of the New Testament, Jesus is described as a member of the tribe of Judah by lineage.
Moses and Joshua get ready to climb the mountain. While Moses seems to be the only one who went up, yet it is clear from 32.17 that Joshua did accompany Moses up the mountain, although he ( Joshua ) did not go all the way. The Lord commands Moses to go down the mountain.
Jesus ‘ name in Hebrew was “Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.
Yusha (Arabic: يوشع ), is a masculine given name, the Arabic form of Joshua (name) which is of Hebrew origin, meaning “God is salvation”.
Chapter 11:16–23 summarises the extent of the conquest: Joshua has taken the entire land, almost entirely through military victories, with only the Gibeonites agreeing to peaceful terms with Israel. Numbers 21), and the 31 kings on the west of the Jordan who were defeated under Joshua’s leadership ( Joshua 12:7–24).
The land known as Canaan was situated in the territory of the southern Levant, which today encompasses Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, Jordan, and the southern portions of Syria and Lebanon.
The Hebrew אשה זונה (ishah zonah), used to describe Rahab in Joshua 2:1, literally means “a prostitute woman”. In rabbinic texts, however, she is explained as being an “innkeeper,” based on the Aramaic Targum: פונדקאית.