Joshua (son of Nun)
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Leader of Israel who was the appointed successor of Moses. Joshua oversaw the conquest of Canaan and the distribution of the promised land to the tribes of Israel. He was a member of the tribe of Ephraim.
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
HOSHEA (PERSON) [Heb hôšēaʿ (הֹושֵׁעַ)]. 1. The earlier name of Joshua, the son of Nun (Num 13:8; cf. Deut. 32:44), which Moses, for some unspecified reason, changed to Joshua (v 16). This Ephraimite was among the twelve scouts whom Moses, at Yahweh’s command, dispatched N from the wilderness of Paran
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hoshea. 1. Original name of Joshua, the son of Nun and Moses’ successor, before his name was changed by Moses (Nm 13:8, 16).See Joshua (Person) #1.2. Son of Elah and the last of the 19 kings of the northern kingdom of Israel (2 Kgs 17:1–6). He reigned for 9 years (732–723 bc) before being taken captive
Jeshua (Person). 1. Levite and head of the 9th of 24 divisions of priests formed during David’s reign (1 Chr 24:11, kjv Jeshuah). He was perhaps the forefather of 973 descendants who returned with Zerubbabel to Judah following the exile (Ezr 2:36; Neh 7:39).2. One of the Levites assisting Kore in the
Jesus. 1. Name meaning “savior” or “Jehovah is salvation” given to the Messiah.See Jesus Christ, Life and Teaching of.2. kjv translation of Joshua, son of Nun, in Acts 7:45 and Hebrews 4:8.See Joshua (Person) #1.3. Jewish Christian, surnamed Justus, who sent his greetings to the believers at Colossae
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
,Jeshua, Jeshuah jeshʹoo̅-ə, je-shoo̅ʹə [Heb. yēšû (a)ʿ—‘Yahweh is deliverance’; see Joshua].
Joshua joshʹoo̅-ə [Heb. yehôšu (a)ʿ—‘Yahweh saves’].1. A man of Beth-shemesh. After the Philistines sent the ark away (1 S. 6:14) it stopped in Joshua’s field by a stone.2. A governor of Jerusalem during Josiah’s reign (2 K. 23:8).3. A high priest in postexilic Jerusalem. See Jeshua3.4. [Gk. Iēsous];
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
HOSHEA1. Original name of Joshua, the son of Nun and Moses’ successor, before his name was changed by Moses (Nm 13:8, 16). See Joshua (Person) #1.2. Son of Elah and the last of the 20 kings of the northern kingdom of Israel (2 Kgs 17:1–6). He reigned for nine years (732–723 bc) before being taken captive
JESHUA (Person)1. Levite and head of the ninth of 24 divisions of priests formed during David’s reign (1 Chr 24:11). He was perhaps the forefather of 973 descendants who returned with Zerubbabel to Judah following the exile (Ezr 2:36; Neh 7:39).2. One of the Levites assisting Kore in the distribution
JESUS1. Name meaning “savior” or “Jehovah [Yahweh] is salvation” given to the Messiah. See Jesus Christ.2. kjv translation of Joshua, son of Nun, in Acts 7:45 and Hebrews 4:8. See Joshua (Person) #1.3. Jewish Christian, surnamed Justus, who sent his greetings to the believers at Colosse in the salutation
JOSHUA (Person)1. Son of Nun, Moses’ assistant and successor, and the military leader whom God chose to lead the Israelites in the conquest of Canaan (Nm 13:16, kjv “Jehoshua”; also spelled “Jehoshuah” in 1 Chr 7:27 and “Jeshua” in Neh 8:17).Early in the exodus, Joshua was sent by Moses to fight against
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Hoshea (hoh-shee´uh; Heb., “salvation”).1 The original name of Joshua (Num. 13:8; cf. Deut. 32:44). Moses changed his name from Hoshea to Joshua (Num. 13:16).2 The last king of Israel (ca. 732–724 bce), the son of Elah (2 Kings 15:30), and a contemporary of Ahaz and Hezekiah. Hoshea usurped the throne
Jeshua (jesh´yoo-uh; Heb., “the Lord is salvation”), the Aramaic form of Joshua.1 A Levite, the head of the ninth division of priests (1 Chron. 24:11).2 A priest who shared the responsibility for distributing the Levites’ portion of the offerings to the levitical cities during the reign of Hezekiah
Joshua (josh´yoo-uh; Heb., “the Lord saves”).1 The dominant figure in the book of Joshua, the successor of Moses and the supervisor of Israel’s conquest of Canaan and of the allotment of the land to the tribes. According to Num. 13:8, 16, Joshua was an Ephraimite, originally called Hoshea and renamed
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
JESHUA1. A priest in the time of David to whom the ninth course was asssigned by lot (1 Chr 24:11). Descendants of the house of Jeshua returned after the Exile (Ezr 2:36; Neh 7:39).2. A Levite appointed by Hezekiah to distribute the offerings among his brethren (2 Chr 31:15).3. A Levite whose descendants,
JOSE. A man in Christ’s ancestry not mentioned in the OT (Lk 3:29). KJV incorrectly takes the Iōsēs of TR as a genitive of the nominative Iōsē. The correct form (genitive of Iēsous) found in earlier Gr. MSS reads Jesus as in ASV, i.e., Joshua as in RSV and NASB.
JOSHUA. The leader of the Israelites in their conquest of the Promised Land. His full name Jehoshua (Num 13:16) means “Yahweh is salvation,” and is the same as the Hellenized form of the name Jesus (Acts 7:45; Heb 4:8). His name is spelled “Jeshua” in (Neh 8:17). His original name was Oshea (RSV, Hoshea,
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
HOSHEA (Heb. hôšēa‘). 1. The original name of Joshua (Nu. 13:8; cf. Dt. 32:44) which was changed by Moses (Nu. 13:16).2. An official placed by David over the Ephraimites (1 Ch. 27:20).3. The son of Elah; the 20th and last king of the N kingdom of Israel, who wrested the throne from Pekah by assassinating
JESHUA. This is a late form of the name Joshua (the same individual is called Jeshua in Nehemiah and Ezra, and Joshua in Haggai and Zechariah) There is doubt about how many Jeshuas there are, but the following may perhaps be distinguished.1. The head of a course of priests (1 Ch. 24:11, av ‘Jeshuah’).
JOSHUA, 1. Joshua ben Nun, grandson of Elishama chief of Ephraim (1 Ch. 7:27; Nu. 1:10), was called by his family hôšea‘, ‘salvation’, Nu. 13:8 (av, ‘Oshea’); Dt. 32:44 Heb.; this name recurs in the tribe of Ephraim (1 Ch. 27:20; 2 Ki. 17:1; Ho. 1:1). Moses added the divine name, and called him yehôšua‘,
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Jesus (Gk. Iēsoús)Greek form of the name Joshua (Heb. yĕhôšûaʿ, “Yahweh will save”); cf. Luke 3:29; Acts 7:45; Heb. 4:8.1. The father of Sirach and grandfather of the author of the book of Sirach (Ecclesiasticus; Sir. Prologue).2. Joshua ben Sira (“Jesus son of Sirach”), author of Sirach/Ecclesiasticus.
Joshua (Heb. yĕhôšuaʿ) (also JESHUA)1. The son of Nun; “young apprentice” and successor to Moses. In the book of Joshua, he functions as military commander in the “conquest” of Canaan and as administrator of the allotment of that land to the tribes. According to Num. 13:16 Moses renamed Hoshea (Heb.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible
Catholic Bible Dictionary
HOSHEA (Hebrew hôśēaʿ)1. The first name of Joshua, son of Nun (Num 13:8, 16; Deut 32:44) before it was changed by Moses.2. The son of Elah and the last king of Israel (ca. 732–724 b.c.; 2 Kgs 15:30). Hoshea assassinated his predecessor, Pekah, following the latter’s defeat at the hands of the Assyrians
JOSHUA (Hebrew, “the Lord is salvation”)1. The son of Nun (Num 13:16), the servant (Exod 33:11) and minister to Moses during the period of the wilderness, and the warrior (Exod 17:9) chosen by Moses (Deut 31:3) as his successor and approved and commanded by the Lord (Deut 31:23) to lead the people into