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Who is Yeshua ben Yosef? A well known Jewish prediction is that the Messiah ben josua be from the line of King David. "When your days are fulfilled and you rest with your fathers, I will set up your seed after you, who will come from your body, and I will establish his kingdom. 13 He shall build a house for My name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. 14 I will be his Father, and he shall be My son." – 2 Samuel 7:12-13 The Lineage of Messiah from King David Yeshua's lineage to King David can be traced back through both his mother and earthly father's family tree.

(See Matthew 1:1–17 and Luke 3:23–38) Yeshua will be coming again soon as Messiah ben David. Most Orthodox rabbis agree that there is little time left before Yeshua ben David comes.

It is interesting that the Jewish Scriptures do not mention Messiah ben Yoseph, however, the rabbis write in the Talmud in Succah 52a that there will be a Messiah ben Joseph ( Moshiach ben Yosef) which translates as 'Messiah son of Joseph'. This can be none other than Yeshua (Jesus Christ) who fulfilled over 300 Jewish Messianic Prophecies since Yeshua was son of Joseph and Mary.

The Talmud is second to the Tanakh or Jewish Bible and is the 'Oral Law' or central text of Judaism written between the years 100 and 200 A.D. The Talmud is mostly comprised of rabbinic discussions relating to Jewish law, ethics, philosophy, customs and history.

While the Talmud is not considered to be of divine origin it is highly regarded. Yeshua in the Talmud "It must be granted him that says, for Messiah the Son of Joseph that shall be slain as it is written, And they shall look upon Me Whom they have pierced." – Talmud Babylonian (Succah 52, 1) Keep in mind, this passage from the Talmud was written by a Jewish rabbi at least 100 years after Yeshua gave his life as the Lamb of God for the final atonement of sins and redemption of his people.

In Succah 52,1 you'll notice an inference to two of the most well-known Jewish Messianic prophecies found in Isaiah 53 and Zechariah 12, in that the Messiah is both slain and pierced. There is no question that Yeshua was killed by being pierced or nailed to a cross since it is a matter of historical record.

"But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, And by His stripes we are healed.

6 All we like sheep have gone astray; We have turned, every one, to his own way; And the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all. 7 He was oppressed and He was afflicted, Yet He opened not His mouth; He was led as a lamb to the slaughter, And as a sheep before its shearers is silent, So He opened not His mouth.

8 He was taken from prison and from judgment, And who will declare His generation? For He was cut off from the land ben josua the living; For the transgressions of My people He was stricken." – Isaiah 53:5-9 "And I will pour on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem the Spirit of grace and supplication; then they will look on Me whom they ben josua. Yes, they will mourn for Him as one ben josua for his only sonand grieve for Ben josua as one grieves for a firstborn." – Zechariah 12:10 I am poured out like water, And all My bones are out of joint; My heart is like wax; It has melted within Me.

15 My strength is dried up like a potsherd, And My tongue clings to My jaws; You have brought Me to the dust of death. 16 For dogs have surrounded Me; The congregation of the wicked has enclosed Me. They pierced My hands and My feet; 17 I can count all My bones. They look and stare at Me. 18 They divide My garments among them, And for My clothing they cast lots.

– Psalm 22:14-18 Today's technological advances in genetics and DNA analysis can show that certain people are related to each other to the degree of which of the 12 Tribes they may be descended from. However marvelous this may be, the technology provides no substitute for a well-documented generation-by-generation family tree.

Since the destruction of the 2nd Temple in 70 A.D. it is no longer possible for people of Jewish descent to trace their lineage back before the year 70 A.D., as all the records were completely destroyed.

However, two of the most important family trees were preserved prior to the destruction of the 2nd Temple and can be found in the Gospels of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke (Matisyahu and Lucas), arguably both of which were written by Jews. Coincidence? No. The Genealogy of Jesus through Joseph The Genealogy of Yeshua (Jesus Christ) through Yosef (Joseph) The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham: Abraham begot Isaac, Isaac begot Jacob, and Jacob begot Judah and his brothers.

Judah begot Perez and Zerah by Tamar, Perez begot Hezron, and Hezron begot Ram. Ram begot Amminadab, Amminadab begot Nahshon, and Nahshon begot Salmon. Salmon begot Boaz by Rahab, Boaz begot Obed by Ben josua, Obed begot Jesse, and Jesse begot David the king. David the king begot Solomon by her who had been the wife of Uriah.

Solomon begot Rehoboam, Rehoboam begot Abijah, and Abijah begot Asa. Asa begot Jehoshaphat, Jehoshaphat begot Joram, and Joram begot Uzziah. Uzziah begot Jotham, Jotham begot Ahaz, and Ahaz begot Hezekiah. Hezekiah begot Manasseh, Manasseh begot Amon, and Amon begot Josiah. Josiah begot Jeconiah and his brothers about the time they were carried away to Babylon. And after they were brought to Babylon, Jeconiah begot Shealtiel, and Shealtiel begot Zerubbabel. Zerubbabel begot Abiud, Abiud begot Ben josua, and Eliakim begot Azor.

Azor begot Ben josua, Zadok begot Achim, and Achim begot Eliud. Eliud begot Eleazar, Eleazar begot Matthan, and Matthan begot Jacob. And Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus who is called Christ. So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations, from David until the captivity in Babylon are fourteen generations, and from the captivity in Babylon until the Christ are fourteen generations.

-Matthew 1-17 The Genealogy of Jesus through Mary The Genealogy of Yeshua (Jesus Christ) through Mary and Yosef (Joseph) the Son-in-Law of Heli Now Jesus Himself began His ministry at about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, the son of Heli, the son of Matthat,the son of Levi, the son of Melchi, the son of Janna, the son of Joseph, the son of Mattathiah, the son of Amos, the son of Nahum, the son of Esli, the son of Naggai, the son of Maath, the son of Mattathiah, the son of Semei, the son of Joseph, the son of Judah, the son of Joannas, the son of Rhesa, the son of Zerubbabel, the son of Shealtiel, the son of Neri, the son of Melchi, the son of Addi, the son of Cosam, the son of Elmodam, the son of Er, the son of Jose, the son of Eliezer, the son of Jorim, the son of Matthat, the son of Levi, the son of Simeon, the son of Judah, the son of Ben josua, the son of Jonan, the son of Eliakim, the son of Melea, the son of Menan, the son of Mattathah, the son of Nathan, the son of David, the son of Jesse, the son of Obed, the son of Boaz, the son of Salmon, the son of Nahshon, the son of Amminadab, the son of Ram, the son of Hezron, the ben josua of Perez, the son of Judah, the son of Jacob, the son of Isaac, ben josua son of Abraham, the son of Terah, the son of Nahor, the son of Serug, the son of Reu, the son of Peleg, the son of Eber, the son of Shelah, the son of Cainan, the son of Arphaxad, the son of Shem, the son of Noah, the son of Lamech, the son of Methuselah, the son of Enoch, the son of Jared, the son of Mahalalel, the son of Cainan, the son of Enosh, the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.

-Luke 3:23-38 Yeshua ben Yosef can be none other than Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah, son of Mary, son of Joseph, Son of God. Recognized worldwide as one of the leading experts in artificial intelligence, Yoshua Bengio is most known for his pioneering work in deep learning, earning him the 2018 A.M. Turing Award, “the Nobel Prize of Computing,” with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun. He is a Full Professor at Université de Montréal, and the Founder and Scientific Director of Mila – Quebec AI Institute.

He co-directs the CIFAR Learning in Machines & Brains program as Senior Fellow and acts as Scientific Director of IVADO.

In 2019, ben josua was awarded the prestigious Killam Prize and in 2021, became the second most cited computer scientist in the world. He is a Fellow of both the Royal Society of London and Canada, Knight of the Legion of Honor of France and Officer of the Order of Canada. Concerned about the social impact of AI and the objective that AI benefits all, he actively contributed to the Montreal Declaration for the Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence.

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Setelah bekerja selama 1,5 tahun, ia mendapat tawaran untuk mengikuti pemilihan pemeran dan diterima untuk berperan sebagai Dira dalam film Dealova, yang merupakan film pertamanya, pada tahun 2005.

Pada awalnya, bungsu dari enam bersaudara ini masih memiliki pekerjaan lain selain berakting. Namun, karena jadwal syutingnya berbentrokan dengan jadwal pekerjaan tersebut, ia pun memilih untuk menekuni dunia hiburan secara penuh.

Ben menjadi salah satu juri dalam Festival Sinema Prancis ke-12, yang berlangsung dari tanggal 13 hingga 22 April 2007 di Jakarta. [1] [2] Filmografi [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Film [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Tahun Judul Peran Produksi 2005 Dealova Dira Flix Pictures 2006 Cinta Pertama Sunny Maxima Pictures 2007 Malam Jumat Kliwon Dika Soraya Intercine Films 2008 Hantu Jembatan Ancol Nikko MD Pictures & Dee Company D.O.

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• Teks tersedia di bawah Lisensi Creative Commons Atribusi-BerbagiSerupa; ketentuan tambahan mungkin berlaku. Lihat Ketentuan Penggunaan untuk lebih jelasnya. • Kebijakan privasi • Tentang Wikipedia • Penyangkalan • Tampilan seluler • Pengembang • Statistik • Pernyataan kuki • • Paris, France Citizenship Canada Alma mater McGill University Known for Deep learning, neural ben josua translation, generative adversarial networks, "attention model", word embeddings, denoising auto-encoders, neural language models, learning to learn Awards Marie-Victorin Prize (2017) Turing Award (2018) AAAI Fellow (2019) Scientific career Fields Computer ben josua Institutions Université de Montréal Thesis Artificial Neural Networks and their Ben josua to Sequence Recognition (1991) Doctoral advisor Renato de Mori Notable students Ian Goodfellow Website Yoshua Bengio FRS OC FRSC (born March 5, 1964 [1]) is a Canadian computer scientist, most noted for his work on artificial neural networks and deep learning.

[2] [3] [4] He is a professor at the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the Université de Montréal and scientific director of the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA).

Bengio received the 2018 ACM A.M. Turing Award, together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, for their work in deep learning. [5] Bengio, Hinton, and LeCun, are sometimes referred to as the "Godfathers of AI" and "Godfathers of Deep Learning".

[6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] Contents • 1 Early life and education • 2 Career and research • 2.1 Awards and honours • 2.2 Publications • 3 References ben josua 4 External links Early life and education [ edit ] Bengio was born in France to a Jewish family who immigrated to France from Morocco, and then immigrated again to Canada.

[12] He received his BScience (electrical engineering), MEng (computer science) and PhD (computer science) from McGill University. [13] Bengio is the brother of Samy Bengio, [12] who was a scientist at Google. [14] The Bengio brothers lived in Morocco for a year during their father's military service in Morocco.

[12] His father, Carlo Bengio, was a pharmacist who wrote theatre pieces and ran a Sephardic theatrical troupe in Montreal that played Judeo-Arabic pieces. [15] [16] His mother, Célia Moreno, is also an artist who played in one of the major theatre scenes of Morocco that was run by Tayeb Seddiki in the 1970s.

[17] Career and research [ edit ] After his PhD, Bengio was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT (supervised by Michael I. Jordan) and AT&T Bell Labs. [18] Bengio has been a ben josua member at the Université de Montréal since 1993, heads the MILA ( Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms) and is co-director of the Learning in Machines & Brains project of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

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{INSERTKEYS} [13] [18] Along with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio is considered by Cade Metz as one of the three people most responsible for the advancement of deep learning during the 1990s and 2000s.

[19] Among the computer scientists with an h-index of at least 100, Bengio is the one with the most recent citations per day, according to MILA. [20] [21] In October 2016, Bengio co-founded Element AI, a Montreal-based artificial intelligence incubator that turns AI research into real-world business applications. [19] Having failed to develop marketable products and losing several partnerships, by 2020 the company was running out of money and options and announced its sale to American software company ServiceNow in November.

The sale will see largely Canadian taxpayer funded intellectual property exported to the United States, contrary to Bengio's desire to found Element AI as a Canadian company to rival the world's tech giants. [22] Bengio will stay employed as an advisor while the vast majority of employees were terminated with their stock options voided and cancelled with no value in lieu provided. [23] In May 2017, Bengio announced that he was joining Montreal-based legal tech startup Botler AI, as a strategy adviser.

[24] Bengio currently serves as scientific and technical advisor for Recursion Pharmaceuticals [25] and scientific advisor for Valence Discovery.

[26] Yoshua Bengio being interviewed for the Dutch television series The Mind of the Universe. Awards and honours [ edit ] In 2017, Bengio was named an Officer of the Order of Canada. [27] The same year, he was nominated Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and received the Marie-Victorin Quebec Prize.

[28] [29] Together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio won the 2018 Turing Award. [5] In 2020 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. [30] Publications [ edit ] • Ian Goodfellow, Yoshua Bengio and Aaron Courville: Deep Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning), MIT Press, Cambridge (USA), 2016. ISBN 978-0262035613. • Dzmitry Bahdanau; Kyunghyun Cho; Yoshua Bengio (2014). "Neural Machine Translation by Jointly Learning to Align and Translate".

arXiv: 1409.0473 [ cs.CL]. • Léon Bottou, Patrick Haffner, Paul G. Howard, Patrice Simard, Yoshua Bengio, Yann LeCun: High Quality Document Image Compression with DjVu, In: Journal of Electronic Imaging, Band 7, 1998, S.

410–425 doi: 10.1117/1.482609 • Bengio, Yoshua; Schuurmans, Dale; Lafferty, John; Williams, Chris K. I. and Culotta, Aron (eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 22 (NIPS'22), December 7th–10th, 2009, Vancouver, BC, Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Foundation, 2009 • Y. Bengio, Dong-Hyun Lee, Jorg Bornschein, Thomas Mesnard, Zhouhan Lin: Towards Biologically Plausible Deep Learning,, 2016 • Bengio contributed one chapter to Architects of Intelligence: The Truth About AI from the People Building it, Packt Publishing, 2018, ISBN 978-1-78-913151-2, by the American futurist Martin Ford.

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Moses and the Messengers from Canaan, Giovanni Lanfranco, oil on canvas, 85¾ × 97 in., at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Prophet, Righteous, Forefather Born Goshen ( Lower Egypt), Ancient Egypt Died Canaan Venerated in Judaism, Christianity, Islam Major shrine Tomb of Joshua or Joshua's Hill Feast • July 26: Armenian Apostolic • September 1: Roman Catholicism • September 1: [a] [1] Eastern Orthodox Church • April 14: all saint Sinai monk Attributes Often depicted with Caleb, carrying the grapes out of Canaan שופטים‎ Judges in the Ben josua Italics indicate individuals not explicitly described as judges Book of Joshua • Joshua Book of Judges • v • t • e Joshua ( / ˈ dʒ ɒ ʃ u ə/) or Yehoshua ( Hebrew: יְהוֹשֻׁעַ Yəhōšūaʿ ‍) [b] functioned as Moses' assistant in the books of Exodus and Numbers, and later succeeded Moses as leader of the Israelite tribes in the Hebrew Bible's Book of Joshua.

[2] His name was Hoshea ( הוֹשֵׁעַ‎ Hōšēaʿ ‍) the son of Nun, of the tribe of Ephraim, but Moses called him "Yehoshua" (translated as "Joshua" in English), [3] the name by which he is commonly known in English. According to the Bible he was born in Egypt prior to the Exodus. [ citation needed] The Hebrew Bible identifies Joshua as one of the twelve spies of Israel sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan.

In Numbers 13:1, [4] and after the death of Moses, he led the Israelite tribes in the conquest of Canaan, and allocated lands to the tribes. According to biblical chronology, Joshua lived some time in the Bronze Age. According to Joshua 24:29, [5] Joshua died at the age of 110. Joshua holds a position of respect among Muslims. Muslims also see Joshua as the leader of the faithful following the death of Moses. In Islam, it is also believed that Yusha bin Nun (Joshua) was the "attendant" of Moses mentioned in the Quran before Moses meets Khidr.

Joshua plays a role in Islamic literature, with significant narration in the hadith. [6] [7] Contents • 1 Name • 2 Biblical narrative • 2.1 The Exodus • 2.2 Conquest of Canaan • 2.3 Death • 3 Historicity • 4 Views • 4.1 In rabbinical literature • 4.2 In prayer • 4.3 In Christianity • 4.4 In Islam • 4.4.1 Tombs • 5 In art and literature • 6 In science • 7 Holidays • 8 See also • 9 References • 9.1 Notes • 9.2 Citations • 9.3 Sources • 10 External links Name The English name "Joshua" is a rendering of the Hebrew language Yehoshua, interpreted in Christian theology as " Yahweh is salvation".

[8] [9] This requires a different vocalization of the second name component, reading it as related to Hoshea—the name used in the Torah before Moses added the divine name. [3] [10] Ben josua modern linguistic analysis of the name, however, is " Yahweh is lordly".

[11] " Jesus" is the English derivative of the Greek transliteration of "Yehoshua" via Latin. In the Septuagint, all instances of the word "Yehoshua" are rendered as " Ἰησοῦς" (Iēsoūs), the closest Greek pronunciation of the Aramaic: ישוע Yeshua. [12] [13] [14] Thus, in modern Greek, Joshua is called "Jesus son of Naue" ( τοῦ Ναυή) to differentiate him from Jesus. This is also true in some Slavic languages following the Eastern Orthodox tradition (e.g.

" Иисус Навин", Iisús Navín, in Bulgarian, Serbian and Russian, but not Czech). Biblical narrative Moses Blesses Joshua Before the High Priest (watercolor circa 1896–1902 by James Tissot) Joshua was a major figure in the events of the Exodus.

He was charged by Moses with selecting and commanding a militia group for their first battle after exiting Egypt, against the Amalekites in Rephidim, [15] in which they were victorious.

He later accompanied Moses when he ascended biblical Mount Sinai to commune with God, [16] visualize God's plan for the Israelite tabernacle and receive the Ten Commandments. Joshua was with Moses when he descended from the mountain, heard the Israelites' celebrations around the Ben josua Calf, [17] and broke the tablets bearing the words of ben josua commandments.

Similarly, in the narrative which refers to Moses being able to speak with God in his tent of meeting outside the camp, Joshua is seen as custodian of the tent ('tabernacle of meeting') when Moses returned to the Israelite encampment. [18] However, when Moses returned to the mountain to re-create the tablets recording the Ten Commandments, Joshua was not present, as the biblical text states 'no man shall come up with you'.

[19] Later, Joshua was identified as one of the twelve spies sent by Moses to explore and report on the land of Canaan, [20] and only he and Caleb gave an encouraging report, a reward for which would be that only these two of their entire generation would enter the promised land. [21] According to Joshua 1:1, [22] God appointed Joshua to succeed Moses as leader of the Israelites along with giving him a blessing of invincibility during his lifetime. [23] [24] The first part of the book of Joshua covers the period when he led ben josua conquest of Canaan.

Conquest of Canaan Joshua Commanding the Sun to Stand Still upon Gibeon by John Martin At the Jordan River, the waters parted, as they had for Moses at the Red Sea. The first battle after the crossing of the Jordan was the Battle of Jericho. Joshua led the destruction of Jericho, then moved on to Ai, a small ben josua city to the west. However, they were defeated with thirty-six Israelite deaths.

The defeat was attributed to Achan taking an "accursed thing" from Jericho; and was followed by Achan and his family and animals being stoned to ben josua to restore God's favor. Joshua then went to defeat Ai. The Israelites faced an alliance of five Amorite kings from Jerusalem, Hebron, Jarmuth, Lachish, and Eglon. At Gibeon, Joshua asked the L ORD to cause the sun and moon to stand still, so that he could finish the battle in daylight.

According to the text, the sun stopped in the middle of the sky and delayed going down about a full day. This event is most notable because "There has been no day like it before or since, when the L ORD heeded the voice of a man, for the Lord fought for Israel." [25] The L ORD also fought for the Israelites in this battle, for he hurled huge hailstones from the sky which killed more Canaanites than those which the Israelites slaughtered.

From there on, Joshua was able to lead the Israelites to several victories, securing much of the land of Canaan. He presided over the Israelite gatherings at Gilgal and Shiloh which ben josua land to the tribes of Israel (Joshua 14:1–5 and 18:1–10), and the Israelites rewarded him with the Ephraimite city of Timnath-heres or Timnath-serah, where he settled (Joshua 19:50).

According to the Talmud, Joshua in his book enumerated only those towns on the frontier. [c] Death Joshua's Tomb in Jordan When he was "old and well advanced in years", [26] Joshua convened the elders and chiefs of the Israelites and exhorted them to have no fellowship with the native population, because it could lead them to be unfaithful to God.

[27] At a general assembly of the clans at Shechem, he took leave of the people, admonishing them to be loyal to their God, who had been so mightily manifested in the midst of them.

As a witness of their ben josua to serve God, Joshua set up a great stone under an oak by the sanctuary of God. Soon afterward he died, at the age of 110, and was buried at Timnath-heres, in the hill country of Ephraim, north of Mount Gaash. [28] Historicity See also: The Exodus § Historicity, and History of ancient Israel and Judah The prevailing scholarly view is that Joshua is not a factual account of historical events. [29] [30] The apparent setting of Joshua is the 13th century BCE [31] which was a time of widespread city-destruction, but with a few exceptions ( Hazor, Lachish) the destroyed cities are not the ones the Bible associates with Joshua, and the ones it does associate with him show little or no sign of even being occupied at the time.

[32] Given its lack of historicity, Carolyn Pressler in her commentary for the Westminster Bible Companion series suggests that readers of Joshua should give priority to its theological message ("what passages teach about God") and be aware of what these would have meant to audiences in the 7th and 6th centuries BCE. [33] Richard Nelson explained that the needs of the centralised ben josua favoured a single story of origins, combining old traditions of an exodus from Egypt, belief in a national god as "divine ben josua and explanations for ruined cities, social stratification and ethnic groups, and contemporary tribes.

[34] In the 1930s Martin Noth made a sweeping criticism of the usefulness of the Book of Joshua for history. [35] Noth was a student of Albrecht Alt, who emphasized form criticism and the importance of etiology.

[35] [36] Alt and Noth posited a ben josua movement of the Israelites into various areas of Canaan, contra the Biblical account. [37] William Foxwell Albright questioned the "tenacity" of etiologies, which were key to Noth's analysis of the campaigns in Joshua.

Archaeological evidence in the 1930s showed that the city of Ai, an early target for conquest in the putative Joshua account, had existed and been destroyed, but in the 22nd century BCE. [35] Some alternate sites for Ai have been proposed which would partially resolve the discrepancy in dates, but these sites have not been widely accepted. [38] In 1951 Kathleen Kenyon showed that Jericho was from the Middle Bronze Age (c. 2100–1550 BCE), not the Late Bronze Age (c. 1550–1200 BCE).

Kenyon argued that the early Israelite campaign could not be historically corroborated, but rather explained as an etiology of the location and a representation of the Israelite settlement. [39] [40] In 1955, G.

Ernest Wright discussed the correlation of archaeological data to the early Israelite campaigns, which he divided into three phases per the Book of Joshua. He pointed to two sets of archaeological findings that "seem to suggest that the biblical account is in general correct regarding the nature of the late thirteenth and twelfth-eleventh centuries in the country" (i.e., "a period of tremendous violence"). [41] He gives particular weight to what were then recent digs at Hazor by Yigael Yadin.

[41] The Book of Joshua holds little historical value. [42] The archaeological evidence shows that Jericho and Ai were not occupied in the Near Eastern Late Bronze Age. [43] The story of the conquest perhaps represents the nationalist propaganda of the 8th century BCE kings of Judah and their claims to the territory of the Kingdom of Israel, [29] incorporated into an early form of Joshua written late in the reign of king Josiah (reigned 640–609 BCE).

The book was probably revised and completed after the fall of Jerusalem to the Neo-Babylonian Empire in 586 BCE, and ben josua after the return from the Babylonian exile in 538 BCE. [44] Views Joshua and the Israelite people, Carolingian miniature, c.

840 In rabbinical literature In rabbinic literature Joshua is regarded as a faithful, humble, deserving, wise man. Biblical verses illustrative of these qualities and of their reward are applied to him.

"He that waits on his master shall be honored" [45] is construed as a reference to Joshua, [46] as is also the first part of the same verse, "Whoso keeps the fig-tree shall ben josua the fruit thereof". [47] That "honor shall uphold the humble in spirit" [48] is proved by Joshua's victory over Amalek. [49] Not the sons of Moses—as Moses himself had expected—but Joshua was appointed as Moses' successor.

[50] Moses was shown how Joshua reproved that Othniel. [51] God would speak to Moses face to face, like someone would speak to his friend. Then he would return to the camp. But his attendant, Joshua the son of Nun, a young man, would not leave the tent. Joshua never moved from the tent.

[18] Didn't Joshua leave the tent to eat, sleep or attend to his needs? This praise shows that Joshua had complete faith in Moses, the Tzaddik. One who has this faith is cognizant of the tzaddik in everything he does; ben josua remains steadfastly with the tzaddik whatever he does.

[52] According ben josua rabbinic ben josua, Joshua, when dividing the Land of Canaan among the twelve tribes of Israel, planted Sea squill ( Hebrew: חצוב) to mark off the butts and bounds of tribal properties. [c] Moreover, Joshua, on dividing the land of Canaan amongst the tribes of Israel, made the tribes agree to ten conditions, the most important of which being the common use of the forests as pasture for cattle, and the common right of fishing in the Sea of Tiberias.

[53] Natural springs were to be used for drinking and laundry by all tribes, although the tribe to which the water course fell had the first rights. [54] Prickly burnet ( Sarcopoterium spinosum) and the camelthorn ( Alhagi maurorum) could be freely collected as firewood by any member of any tribe, in any tribal territory.

In prayer The Israelites led by Joshua crossing the Jordan River with the Ark, Old Sacristy, Milan Italy, 15th c. According to Jewish religious tradition, upon making Aliyah by crossing the Jordan River to enter the Land of Israel, Joshua composed the Aleinu prayer thanking God.

This idea was first cited in the Kol Bo of the late 14th Century. [55] Several medieval commentators noticed that Joshua's shorter birth name, Hosea, appears in the first few verses of Aleinu in reverse acrostic: ע – עלינו, ש – שלא שם, ו – ואנחנו כורעים, ה – הוא אלוקינו. Ben josua Teshuvot HaGeonim, a Geonic responsum, discussed that Joshua composed the Aleinu because although the Israelites had made Aliyah to the Promised Land, they were surrounded by other peoples, and he wanted the Jews to draw a clear distinction between themselves, who knew and accepted the sovereignty of God, and those nations of the world which did not.

[56] In the modern era, religious Jews still pray the Aliyah inspired Aleinu three times daily, including ben josua the Ben josua Holidays. The Aleinu prayer begins: It is our duty to praise the Master of all, to exalt the Creator of the Universe, who has not made us like the nations of the world and has not placed us like the families of the earth, who ben josua not designed our destiny to be like theirs, nor our lot like that of all their multitude.

[57] Robert Hecquet, Israelites led by Joshua Crossing the Jordan River In Christianity 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". Among the early Church Fathers, Joshua is considered a type of Jesus Christ. [58] The story of Joshua and the Canaanite kings is also alluded to in the 2 Meqabyan, a book considered canonical in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.

[59] In Islam Joshua in Arabic calligraphy Joshua ( Arabic: يُوشَعُ بْنُ نُونٍ, Yūšaʿ ibn Nūn, /juːʃaʕ ibn nuːn/) is not mentioned by name in the Quran, but his name appears in other Islamic literature. In the Quranic account of the conquest of Canaan, Joshua and Caleb are referenced, but not named, as two "Allah-fearing men", on whom Allah "had bestowed His grace".

[60] They ben josua, "Moses, there is a fearsome people in ben josua land. We will not go there until they leave. If they leave, then we will enter." Yet the two men whom God had blessed among those who were afraid said, "Go in to them through the gate and when you go in you will overcome them.

If you are true believers, put your trust in God. — Qur'an, sura 5 ( Al-Ma'ida), ayah 22–23, Haleem translation [61] Joshua was regarded by some classical scholars as the prophetic successor to Moses ( موسى).

[d] Al-Tabari relates in his History of the Prophets and Kings that Joshua was one of the twelve spies and Muslim scholars believe that the two believing spies referred to in the Quran are Joshua and Caleb.

Joshua was exceptional among the Israelites for being one of the few faithful followers of Allah. Joshua is further mentioned in Islamic literature, and significant events from his Muslim narratives include the crossing of the Jordan river and the conquest of Bait al-Maqdis.

[62] The traditional Muslim commentary al-Jalalayn says, "Ahmad [b. Hanbal] reported in his Musnad, the [following] hadīth, 'The sun was never detained for any human, except for Joshua during those days in which he marched towards the Holy House [of Jerusalem]'." [63] Muslim literature includes traditions of Joshua not found in the Hebrew Bible. Joshua is credited with being present at Moses's death and literature records that Moses's garments were with Joshua at the time of his departure.

[64] In Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim, Joshua is mentioned as Yusha' bin Nun and is the attendant to Moses during his meeting with Khidr. [65] [66] [67] Tombs Joshua is believed by some Muslims to be buried on Joshua's Hill in the Beykoz district of Istanbul. [68] Alternative traditional sites for his tomb are situated in Israel (the Shia shrine at Al-Nabi Yusha'), Jordan (An-Nabi Yusha’ bin Noon, a Sunni shrine near the city of Al-Salt [69] [70]), Iran (Historical cemetery of Takht e Foolad in Esfahan [71]) and Iraq (the Nabi Yusha' shrine of Baghdad [69]).

A local tradition combining three versions of three different Yushas, including biblical Joshua, places the tomb inside a cave in the Tripoli Mountains, overlooking the coastal town of el-Minyieh near Tripoli, Lebanon [72] [73] In art and literature In the literary tradition of medieval Europe, Joshua is known as one of the Nine Worthies.

In The Divine Comedy Joshua's spirit appears to Dante in the Heaven of Mars, where he is grouped with the other "warriors of the faith." [74] Baroque composer Georg Frideric Handel composed the oratorio Joshua in 1747. Composer Franz Waxman composed an oratorio Joshua in 1959. Marc-Antoine Charpentier composed Josue (H.404 and H.404 a), an oratorio for soloists, double chorus, double orchestra and continuo, in 1680.

[ citation needed] In science Legend has it that Mormon pioneers in the United States first referred to the yucca brevifolia agave plant as the Joshua tree because its branches reminded them of Joshua stretching his arms upward in supplication, guiding the travelers westward. [75] Joshua is commemorated in the scientific name of a species of snake, Joshua's blind snake ( Trilepida joshuai), the holotype of which was collected at Jericó, Antioquia, Colombia.

[76] Israeli poster celebrating Yom HaAliyah (Aliyah Day) from the Yosef Matisyahu Collection Holidays The annual commemoration of Joshua's yahrtzeit (the anniversary of his death) is marked on the 26th of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar. Thousands make the pilgrimage to the Tomb of Joshua at Kifl Haris near Nablus, West Bank, on the preceding night. Yom HaAliyah (Aliyah Day; Hebrew: יום העלייה) is an Israeli national holiday celebrated annually on the tenth of the Hebrew month of Nisan to commemorate Joshua having led the Israelites across the Jordan River into the Land of Israel while carrying the Ark of the Covenant.

See also • Joshua Roll References Notes • ^ (in Greek) "Ὁ Ἅγιος Ἰησοῦς ὁ Δίκαιος".

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Megas Synaxaristis. • ^ Aramaic: יֵשׁוּע Yēšūʿ; Syriac: ܝܫܘܥ ܒܪ ܢܘܢ Yəšūʿ bar Nōn; Greek: Ἰησοῦς, Arabic: يُوشَعُ ٱبْنُ نُونٍ Yūšaʿ ibn Nūn; Latin: Iosue • ^ a b Babylonian Talmud, Baba Bathra 56a; Beitza 25b, s.v. חצובא מקטע רגליהון דרשיעי‎.

Quote: "ʻThe sea squill ( Urginea maritima) amputates the leg of the wicked’. Explained by Talmudic exegete, Rashi, to mean a plant whose roots penetrate and go down deeply, without spreading-out to the sides at all, and they plant it between the boundaries of fields, with which Joshua [formerly] divided the country by designated borders for Israel." ʻAmputates the leg of the wicked’, ben josua, on the Day of Judgment, in the sense that they (the wicked) steal, and covet, and reappropriate the property bounds [of others], without taking a ben josua from it" (END QUOTE).

Cf. Hai Gaon (1921), "Hai Gaon's Commentary on Seder Taharot", in Epstein, J.N. (ed.), The Geonic Commentary on Seder Taharot - Attributed to Rabbi Hai Gaon (in Hebrew), vol. 1, Berlin: Ben josua, pp. 13–14, OCLC 13977130s.v. יבלית‎ in Mishnah Keilim 3:6. • ^ Joshua is mentioned as a prophet in Ibn Kathir's Stories of the Prophets Citations • ^ "Righteous Joshua the son of Nun (Navi)". Oca. Archived from the original on 14 November 2012.

Retrieved 8 January 2018. • ^ Coogan 2009, pp. 166–167. • ^ a b Bible Numbers 13:16 • ^ Bible Numbers 13:1–16 • ^ Bible Joshua 24:29 • ^ "Jami' at-Tirmidhi 3149 - Chapters on Tafsir - كتاب تفسير القرآن عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم - - Sayings and Teachings of Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم)". Retrieved 2022-02-14. • ^ "Sahih Muslim 2380a - The Book of Virtues - كتاب الفضائل - - Sayings and Teachings of Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم)". Retrieved 2022-02-14. • ^ Gesenius 1906, pp. 221, 446. • ^ "Fausset's Bible Dictionary". Study Light.

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Archived from the original on 16 March 2012. Retrieved 8 January 2018. • ben josua Douglas & Bruce 1982, Joshua. • ^ Ayali-Darshan 2018. • ^ Bible Nehemiah 8:17 • ^ Numbers 13:16 LXX Archived 2011-07-23 at the Wayback Machine καὶ ἐπωνόμασεν Μωυσῆς τὸν Αὐσῆ υἱὸν Ναυῆ 'Ἰησοῦν' (and Moses named Hosea, son of Naue, Jesus) • ^ "Zechariah", Online Greek OT (Septuagint/LXX) UTF8 Bible, Bible database, 3:1–10, archived from the original on 23 July 2011retrieved 8 January 2018 • ^ Bible Exodus 17:8–16 • ^ Exodus ben josua • ^ Bible [Exodus 32:17] • ^ a b Exodus 33:11 • ^ Exodus 34:3 • ^ Bible Numbers 13:16–17 • ^ Bible Numbers 14:22–24 • ^ Bible Joshua 1:1–9 • ^ Bible Joshua 1:5 • ^ Henry 1706, Joshua Chapter 1.

• ^ Bible Joshua 10:14 • ^ Bible Joshua 23:1–2 • ^ Bible Joshua 23:7–8, 23:12–13 • ^ Bible Joshua 24:29–30 • ^ a b Coote 2000, p. 275. • ^ McConville & Williams 2010, p. 4. • ^ McConville & Williams 2010. • ^ Miller & Hayes 1986, pp.

71–72. • ^ Pressler 2002, pp. 5–6. • ^ Nelson 1997, p. 5. • ^ a b c Albright 1939, pp. 11–23. • ^ Noort 1998, pp. 127–144. • ^ Rendsburg 1992, pp. 510–527.

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• ^ Hawkins 2015, p. 109. • ^ Kenyon 1967, pp. 268–275. • ^ Kenyon 2013, pp. 101–138. • ben josua a b Wright 1955, pp. 106–108. • ^ Killebrew 2005, p. 152: "Almost without exception, scholars agree that the account in Joshua holds little historical value vis-à-vis early Israel and most likely reflects much later historical times.

15" • ^ Bartlett 2006, p. 63. • ^ Creach 2003, pp. 10–11. • ^ Proverbs 27:18 • ^ Numbers Rabbah 12 • ^ Yalkut Shimoni, Joshua 2; Numbers Rabbah 12:21 • ^ Proverbs 29:23 • ^ Numbers Rabbah 13 • ^ Numbers Rabbah 12 • ^ Yalkut Shimoni, Numbers 776 • ^ Nachman of Breslov, Likutey Halakhot VII • ^ Babylonian Talmud ( Bava Kamma 80b—81a). • ^ Maimonides, Mishneh Torah (Hil. Ben josua Mammon 5:3); Acha of Shabha, Sheiltoth, P. Ra’eh 147; Jerusalem Talmud, Baba Bathra 5:1.

Even if the source of the natural spring ben josua to originate in a distant tribal territory, and flowed along its course through another tribal territory, the people living in the territory where the water currently passes through have first-rights over the water.

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Retrieved 2019-11-10. • ^ Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an: Text, Translation and Commentary, Note. 726 to verse 23: "Among those who returned after spying out the land were two men who had faith and courage. They were Joshua and Caleb.

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Joshua afterwards succeeded Moses in the leadership after 40 years. These two men pleaded for an immediate entry through the proper Gate, which I understand to mean, 'after taking all due ben josua and making all due preparations.' Cf. 2:189 and ben josua. 203. But of course, they said, they must put their trust in Allah for victory." • ^ M. A. S. Abdel Haleem, translator (2005).

The Qur'an. Oxford University Press. p. 70.( • ^ Tabari, History of the Prophets and Kings, Vol. I: 414–429, 498–499, 503–516 • ^ " The most complete Quran / Hadith / Tafsir collection available!". Archived from the original on 2018-08-15. Retrieved 2018-08-15. • ^ Encyclopedia of Islam, Vol.

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