The Book of Joshua recounts Yahweh’s fulfilment of a centuries-old promise to Abraham–the promise that his descendants would inherit the land of Canaan. Historically understood as a testimony to the faithfulness and power of God, Joshua has become controversial in recent years. Is this a story about God’s gracious provision, or a record of genocide? Should it draw us to shame or to worship? Consider the highlights of this challenging and important book, examine common misconceptions, and expand your understanding on both a literary and a theological level.