Book of Joshua Resources
This website discusses history and archaeology in Joshua and raises questions about both.
The Brick Testament uses Legos to humorously explain the Bible. Fair warning: not everything is appropriate.
Maps. Use them well.
Movie or TV Productions
This episode from the cartoon series The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible tells of the Israelite victory at Jericho.
In the 1960s television series The Time Tunnel, two scientists travel back to ancient Jericho as spies for Joshua in an episode entitled "The Walls of Jericho."
A man named Joshua winds up in a small town. Some think he's Jesus. Is he? Watch and find out.
To learn more about one of the first battles fought in Canaan (the Promised Land), check out the Battle of Megiddo from around 1482 BCE. The last battle in history may be fought at Megiddo because Megiddo is also known as Armageddon. In the Book of Revelation, Armageddon will be the war to end all wars.
The Egyptians and the Hittites fought the Battle of Kadesh around 1274 BCE. The Hittites sound like heavy hitters, but no one's actually sure who won this battle.
In 609 BCE Pharaoh Necho defeated the Israelite king Josiah at Megiddo. In 605 the Babylonians defeated the Egyptians at Karkamesh.
The History Channel's Battles BC has a different take on what happened at Jericho. They believe that the red cord at Rahab's house is the key to the battle.
The PBS program Nova examines Joshua's conquest of the land in "The Bible's Buried Secrets."
The PBS program Nova looks for the origin of the Israelites in "The Bible's Buried Secrets."
The book of Joshua seems like a huge geography lesson. This video will help.
This amateur video links the book of Joshua to the movie Lord of the Rings.
Star Wars? Legos? Joshua? We're there.
A quick animation on what happened at the walls of Jericho.
If you want to listen to the Book of Joshua, check out this audio Bible.
Hear a rabbi's thoughts on the book of Joshua.