Appearing out the tent of Joshua, commander of the Israelites, Doug and Tony are sent into the city as his spies.

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Ahza
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Malek
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Abraham Sofaer ...
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Doug and Tony are transported to the camp of Joshua, the leader of the Israelites. Tony discloses secrets that only Joshua knows and he believes the two time travelers have been sent by God. He assigns them to spy on the city of Jericho. The two scientists help the sister of Rahab but Doug is captured by the captain and arrested and thrown in Jericho's dungeons. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This episode takes place near Jericho, Israel in 1550 BC and in Arizona in 1968. See more »

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Dr. Raymond Swain: Anything that creates faith is a miracle.
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Version of Joshua and the Promised Land (2004) See more »

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Faith of the Israelites
25 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joshua, the leader of the Hebrews after Moses dies, is the central historical figure in this episode of the Time Tunnel. Doug and Tony come sprawling into his camp which is located just outside the walls of the ancient city of Jericho. About 40 years after the Hebrews made their exodus from Egypt, they fought a decisive battle at Jericho in order to establish a beachhead in the new homeland. Jericho was a walled city and presented a major obstacle to the Hebrews because it was right smack in the middle of their path into Canaan, the Promised Land. Doug and Tony both refreshingly acknowledge the Biblical story of Jericho as fact during their initial encounter with Joshua and quickly become his allies. Their goal becomes the infiltration (and spying) of the interior of the city--the same two spies as mentioned in the Bible. Do the walls come down as told in the Bible? Watch this episode to see if the doubting Dr. Ann McGregor is correct or the believer General Kirk is correct.


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