2 edition of commentary on the book of Exodus. found in the catalog.
commentary on the book of Exodus.
by Magnes Press, Hebrew University in Jerusalem
|Statement||Translated from the Hebrew by Israel Abrahams.|
|Series||Publications of the Perry Foundation for Biblical Research in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Sidrat sefarim le-ḥeḳer ha-Miḳra mi-yesodo shel S. Sh. Peri.|
|LC Classifications||BS1245.3 .C313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 509 p.|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||he 68000838|
Carol Meyers, in her commentary on Exodus, suggests that it is arguably the most important book in the Bible, as it presents the defining features of Israel's identity—memories of a past marked by hardship and escape, a binding covenant with God, who chooses Israel, and the establishment of the life of the community and the guidelines for sustaining it. The book of Exodus is one of the most important books in the Old Testament; without meditating on and appraising it, it is difficult to understand God's later revelation to men in his Son Jesus : Antonio Fuentes.
Exodus is preeminently the book of redemption in the Old Testament. It begins in the darkness and gloom, yet ends in glory; it commences by telling how God came down in grace to deliver an enslaved people, and ends by declaring how God came down in glory to dwell in the midst of a redeemed people. Clarke's Commentary Preface to the Book of Exodus The name by which this book is generally distinguished is borrowed from the Septuagint, in which it is called εξοδος, Exodus, the going out or departure; and by the Codex Alexandrinus, εξοδος αιγιπτου, the departure from Egypt, because the departure of the Israelites from.
Books of the Bible. These are all of the chapters of the book of Exodus. Clicking on a chapter will show you the text of that chapter of Exodus in the Bible (New International Version). The Israelites Oppressed in Egypt. (b.c. ) 1 Now these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt; every man and his household came with Jacob. 2 Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah, 3 Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin, 4 Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher.
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45 rows Matthew Henry (18 October – 22 June ) was an English commentator on the Bible, who published his works in(six-volume Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (–) or Complete Commentary), provides an exhaustive verse by verse study of the Bible, covering the whole of the Old Testament, and the Gospels and Acts in the New Testament.
The present volume, A commentary on the Book of Exodus, is the last of the commentaries to be rendered into English. Cassuto's comments have a vivid quality seldom found in the exegetical writings of other Biblical expositors, who all too often prefer a jejune and lifeless approach to their subject.4/5(1).
The name of the book. The name Exodus is from the *Greek language translation of the *Old-Testament. Exodus means exit or departure. In the *Hebrew Bible the name for the book comes from the first words of the text.
Those words are, ‘And these are the names of’. The *Hebrew words are we’elleh shemoth, or just Shemoth. The book of Exodus is especially rich in typical teachings. The following is of importance: Egypt is a picture of this present world (Galatians ), the Red Sea is a picture of the death and resurrection of Christ and of the death of the old man with Christ (Romans ).
The stay in the desert describes the earthly circumstances in which. Read Exodus commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Exodus and more. and the Book of the Covenant, seeks to distinguish what in the text is pre-Deuteronomic, what was contributed to Exodus by the “Proto-Deuter- onomists,” and how the File Size: KB.
19 rows The Book of Exodus is the second of five parts which comprise what Scripture calls "The. Exodus Commentary. You may download this entire Bible commentary on Exodus with the following PDF file or access the following individual sections for your personal use only.
This Bible commentary is from " College Press." Bible Commentary on Exodus. Taking a pioneering approach to commentary writing, Brevard Childs gives an entirely original treatment to the book of Exodus.
Apart from the philological notes and translation, this commentary includes a form-critical section, looking at the growth of the tradition in its previous stages; a consideration of the meaning of the text in its present form; and a consideration of its meaning in its Cited by: Commentaries on Exodus.
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A Commentary on the Book of Exodus book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Umberto Cassuto's comments have a vivid quality s /5. The introduction to this book recognizes Exodus as a Christian book, although it respects its pre-Christian roots in the Hebrew Bible.
The commentary then moves in a straightforward manner to review issues of faith and history, the critical and theological tasks of a commentary, and other leading theological concerns.
(7) The book of the covenant — i.e., the book which he had written overnight, the collection of laws and promises which we have in Exodus to Exodus In the audience of the people.
—Heb., in the ears of the people. And they said. —Having heard the ipsissima verba spoken by God to Moses, they repeated their previous acceptance (see Exodus ), adding a general promise of.
THE BOOK OF EXODUS. INTRODUCTION. The second Book of Moses is called Exodus from the Greek word Exodos, which signifies going out; because it contains the history of the going out of the children of Israel out of Egypt. The Hebrews, from the words with which it begins, call it Veelle Shemoth: These are the names.(Challoner) It contains the space of years, till the beginning of the.
Here are 27 Lessons from The Book of Exodus The test of Tough Times 1 # Short Commentary & Lesson Exodus The Israelites population was increasing so rapidly, the new king of Egypt feared that they might take over his government. The king made God’s people slaves to keep them under his control.
The Message of Exodus The Bible Speaks Today by J.A. Motyer. Get this book on Amazon using its exact ISBN. Reviews and Accolades: • Keith Mathison: #2 ranked commentary on Exodus, “On almost every page, the reader finds helpful insights into the meaning of the second book of Moses.
Study Exodus using John Gill’s Exposition of the Bible to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. Historical Setting: The following is a brief presentation of approximate dates of events in the Book of Exodus. Jacob and his family entered Egypt about years before the Exodus (; Gal.
), which would be about B.C. During this time, Israel. The Book of Exodus Bible Study – Chapter One Israel’s Bondage & the workings of the invisible God By I Gordon I have had it in my mind lately to do some studies through the book of Exodus, which could be useful for basic discipleship and Christian living.
Taking a pioneering approach to commentary writing, Brevard Childs gives an entirely original treatment to the book of Exodus. Apart from the philological notes and translation, this commentary includes a form-critical section, looking at the growth of the tradition in its previous stages; a consideration of the meaning of the text in its present form; and a consideration4/5.
For a book about wandering in a desert for forty years, the Book of Exodus sure has a lot of are plagues. There are chariot chases. There are streams of water coming out of rocks, bread falling from the sky, and pillars of cloud and smoke appearing at different times.Published by Used with permission of departure out of Egypt.
The fact that Jesus calls Exodus “The book of Moses” in Marks’ Gospel8 should settle the matter for us. That some of the laws written down in Exodus were already accepted codes of moral behaviorFile Size: 2MB.Exodus Bible study outline—contents by chapter and verse.
Moses and Israel in Egypt, 10 plagues, the Red Sea, 10 commandments, God’s law, the tabernacle.