Rahab helped the two Israelite spys hide when they were spying on Jericho
In the Bible, her name was 'Rahab'. At Joshua chapters 2 through 6, Rahab was instrumental in helping the Israelites in their conquest of Jericho. She hid the two spies that Joshua had sent to spy out the land. And yes, she is the same Rahab mentioned in the lineage of Jesus Christ. Interestingly, Rahab and Bath-sheba were the not Israelite women, but they purified themselves and became Hebrew by marriage. Jesus' earthly mother Mary was the only Jewish woman mentioned in the Bible as an ancestress.
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Rahab was a prostitute that lived in Jericho and helped Joshua's spies to escape being found by the king of Jericho. They promised to spare her and her family's life for her help, and followed through on this promise before destroying the rest of Jericho. Rahab is especially important, however, because she is one of Jesus' ancestors.
No. Rahab was actually a Canaanite. She was of the Amorite culture.
Rahab is not related to god, but to Joseph.
Rahab hid the spies who were sent by Joshua.
None, Rahab was a Canaanite and Moses was an Israelite.
Rahab was a canaanite prostiture living within the city of Jericho.
They returned from Rahab after three days (Joshua 2).
Definitely not. The prostitution vocation existed long before Rahab was ever born.