By S. Grovogui
This e-book re-evaluates 'international wisdom' in gentle of contemporary scholarship within the fields of hermeneutics, ethnography, and historiography in regards to the 'non-West', the earlier, and the current of foreign society. It deals a view of the current within the kind of a critique of Euro-centrism and occidentalist perspectives of the postwar order.
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He could give the land as Page 29 he chose to his soldiers who had shown themselves to be loyal to him and had answered the call to war. In Israel, however, God was the owner of all land (Leviticus 25:23). In Psalm 24, God's ownership of the whole world is connected with the idea of God as king and victorious warrior. Each Israelite family received its share of land from God. Their keeping the land was dependent on their staying loyal to God. The major differences between Israel and Canaan were these: In Israel, all families received land, not just the upper class, as in Canaan.
The Exodus as God's War 16 3. The Conquest as God's War 20 4. An Old-Fashioned Army 23 5. God as Ruler 27 6. Give Us a King Like the Other Nations 32 7. The Prophets 37 8. The Other Side of Holy War 42 9. God Chose Other Armies 46 10. The Mercy of God 49 11. Hope for God's Victory 52 12. A Vision of Peace for All Nations 59 Part II: Holy War in the New Testament 13. Holy War Language in the New Testament 63 14. How God Used Holy War 69 15. The Meaning of Holy War 71 For Further Reading and Study 75 The Author 77 Peace and Justice Series 79 Page 9 FOREWORD War and peace touch our lives in one way or another.
He did this because God told him to do it. ) Instead of trusting in modern weapons, Israel was to trust in God to win the battle. Before the time of King Solomon, Israel had few chariots (1 Kings 9:19; 10:26). They were used only as private transportation for important people and in special ceremonies. In Israel, only Yahweh was to have chariots, and they were the clouds (Habbakuk 3:8; Psalm 68:17; Deuteronomy Page 24 32:13, literally, Yahweh "gives him the heights of the land to ride [on horse or chariot]").
Beyond Eurocentrism and Anarchy: Memories of International Order and Institutions (Culture and Religion in International Relations) by S. Grovogui