The record contained in The Book of Joshua details the Israelite transition from a nomadic lifestyle to a settled agricultural and city-based economy in the Land of Promise.
Although the Law of Moses was intended as a structure for civilised life and worship of God as a nation, it was also intended to convey messages relating to the overall purpose of God’s plan for the salvation of mankind.
Summaries of the content for the Responsibilities Toward Other Citizens under the Law of Moses.
Summaries of the content for the Property and Trade, and Personal Requirements under the Law of Moses.
Summaries of the content for the festivals and sacrifices under the Law of Moses.
The Law of Moses is detailed in Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy, it was effectively a contractual agreement between God and Israel.
The office of priest was confined to the male descendants of Aaron of the tribe of Levi
Overview of the tabernacle and it’s furniture
Construction details of the Tabernacle as delivered to Moses
Part 2 showing the events of Israel’s journey through the wilderness after they had left Egypt