Help Me Teach the Bible: Dale Ralph Davis on Joshua

Nancy Guthrie | July 9, 2015


In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, I sit down with Dale Ralph Davis at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, where, in his “retirement” he serves as minister in residence or, as senior pastor Derek Thomas calls him, “the preacher of the night.” Davis is a long-time pastor and former professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Davis's book, No Falling Words, has long been a must-have commentary on Joshua.

We sat down with him as he was reworking his messages on Joshua for an upcoming conference to talk about “the strange God” of Joshua as well as:

  • old promises fulfilled in Joshua;
  • the meaning of the land;
  • God’s command to destroy the Canaanites;
  • the unlikely recipient of mercy;
  • the grace demonstrated and response to grace commanded in Joshua.

Here are some additional audio resources that you may find helpful in preparing to teach Joshua:

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