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Caleb: One of the twelve spies sent to Canaan to reconnoiter the land. He and Joshua were the only two spies who remained faithful to their mission and did not endorse the negative report conveyed by their colleagues. According to the Midrash, he was the husband of Miriam.
Caleb (in hebrew, “Kalev”) was one of the most prominent and influential Jews to leave Egypt.
They’d stumbled into a surreal and morbid nightmare, it seemed. A successful offensive, whether by land or sea, seemed fantastical—to everyone in the reconnaissance unit, that is, but Caleb and Joshua...
Chana Miriam's husband was Caleb son of Yefuneh of the tribe of Judah. Talmud Sotah 12a. Caleb was one of the twelve spies sent to reconnoiter the Land of Canaan, in preparation for the Israelites' impending invasion of Israel. He and Joshua were the only...
A Worthy Successor, The Two Spies
Moses Sends Scouts to Canaan, Return the Spies, Penalty for the Revolt, The Rebels' Second Disobedience, Punishment for the Desecration of Shabbat, Punishment for Blasphemy
1273 BCE
Two days before the conclusion of the thirty-day mourning period following the passing of Moses on Adar 7 (see Jewish History for the 7th of Nissan), Joshua dispatched two scouts--Caleb and Pinchas--across the Jordan River to Jericho, to gather intelligen...
Joshua's mode had the unique advantage in that he achieved that the world itself should become G-dly.
Moses felt that the Israelites had no reason to fear the inhabitants, as they had all seen the great miracles wrought against the much more powerful Egyptians.
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