Commentaries on sale for Exodus

721: Exodus, JPS Torah CommentaryExodus, JPS Torah Commentary
By Nahum M. Sarna / Jewish Publication Society
The Jewish Publication Society’s Torah Commentary of Exodus is a scholarly analysis of the Old Testament. This volume on Exodus begins with a short introductory article which discusses the contents, character and setting of the text. The commentary itself is in-depth, providing the Hebrew text next to the English translation and analysis. A good work for scholars.
31028: Exodus, Interpretation CommentaryExodus, Interpretation CommentaryBy Terence Fretheim / Westminster John Knox Press

This volume in the Interpretation series competently steers preachers and teachers through theological and literary difficulties in the second book of Moses. Fretheim begins by reviewing issues of faith and history, drawing out ways in which the Hebrew story of redemption can be applied to modern Christian experience. In his commentary, he pays special attention to the significance of the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart, the relationship between law and narrative, and the shaping of literature by liturgy.

45776: Listening for God: Contemporary Literature and the Life of Faith, Volume 4Listening for God: Contemporary Literature and the Life of Faith, Volume 4
By Paula J. Carlson & Peter S. Hawkins, eds. / Fortress Press

Where do you listen for God? In this collection of stories and essays from writers such as James Baldwin, Michael Malone, and Allegra Goodman, the challenge is to pay attention everywhere. Listening for God is a resource intended to help you investigate how life and faith merge in surprising ways and places. Contemporary American literature may not be the most predictable place to listen for God, but it may well turn out to be among the most rewarding. This reader includes eight selections, brief author profiles, and reflection questions.

139389: Exodus 1-18: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]Exodus 1-18: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]
By William H.C. Propp / Yale University Press

In Exodus 1-18, William H. C. Propp translates the original text in all its grandeur, then provides a masterful exploration and analysis of the book’s first eighteen chapters. Here the fate of the Hebrew slaves hangs in the balance of the dramatic conflict between the God of Israel and the Pharaoh of Egypt. From the discovery of Moses in a basket made of bulrushes to the story of the Burning Bush, from the ten plagues visited upon Egypt by God to water from the rock and quail and manna from the skies, Exodus is filled with the miraculous and the dramatic.

146123: The Book of Exodus: Question by QuestionThe Book of Exodus: Question by Question
By William T. Miller / Paulist Press

206073: Ex-Muslim: How One Daring Prayer to Jesus Changed a Life ForeverEx-Muslim: How One Daring Prayer to Jesus Changed a Life Forever
By Naeem Fazal with Kitti Murray / Thomas Nelson

When Naeem Fazal moved from Kuwait to South Carolina, he expected adventure—but when he surrendered his life to Jesus, his world turned upside down! Learn about the encounter with Christ that filled him with such powerful peace that he was emboldened to commit “cultural treason.” You’ll be riveted by his conversion story—and his fascinating cross-cultural perspective. 256 pages, softcover from Nelson.

229689: The Book of Exodus: Old Testament Library [OTL] The Book of Exodus: Old Testament Library [OTL]
By Brevard S. Childs / Westminster John Knox Press

Taking a pioneering approach to commentary writing, Brevard Childs’ The Book of Exodus [OTL] gives an entirely original treatment to the book of Exodus based on his “canonical” reading of Scripture. 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 total Old Testament context.

About the Old Testament Library Series
The Old Testament Library is one of the most respected commentary series produced in the last 50 years. As with any series that reaches this level of respectability, it is comprehensive in scope while acknowledging that it is not exhaustive. Introductory matters cover historical concerns, cultural issues, the reception of the text, the integrity of the text, and other interpretive issues.

Each commentary provides a verse-by-verse analysis of critical exegetical matters that are then synthesized into a progressively building understanding of the text and interpretation. This includes analysis of problems in history, word meaning, syntactical and grammatical issues, text history, and many other exegetically relevant issues. Nevertheless, despite the breadth of their scope, volumes in the series remain relatively compact in comparison to series who share its aims and scope.

229964: Theology in Exodus: Biblical Theology in the Form of a Commentary Theology in Exodus: Biblical Theology in the Form of a Commentary
By Donald E. Gowan / Westminster John Knox Press

“Donald Gowan offers a master class in theological exegesis that is original in conception and richly fruitful in execution. Grounded in solid exegesis, the work moves to theology in a manner that serves the sort of community out of which the book of Exodus grew; but the vision of God that emerges opens this hermeneutical cirlce to the critique of a saving God who is never more transcendent than when dwelling in our midst.”–J. Gerald Janzen, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis

236199: Exodus: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching Exodus: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching
By Terence E. Fretheim / Westminster John Knox Press

The InterpretationExodus Fretheim examine Exodus and provides both a historical approach to the text as well as definitive treatment of the text.

401024: Exodus: New American Commentary [NAC] Exodus: New American Commentary [NAC]
By Douglas K. Stuart / B&H Books

Israel’s liberation from bondage to Pharaoh is one of the great turning points in Old Testament history. Defending the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch and the historicity of the plagues and wanderings in the wilderness, Stuart throws considerable light on the book’s literary, theological, and sociological dimensions.

425510: A Commentary on Exodus [Kregel Exegetical Library]A Commentary on Exodus [Kregel Exegetical Library]
By Duane A. Garrett / Kregel Publications

Offering a thorough exegetical and homiletical analysis of each passage of Exodus, Garrett investigates all the major events mentioned, discussing their significance for the interpretation of the Old Testament as well as their message for today’s church. He dispels confusion about chronological questions, explores the author’s use of poetry, and more. For scholars and pastors.

433467: Exodus [Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible]Exodus [Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible]
By Thomas Joseph White / Brazos Press

Exodus recounts the origins of ancient Israel, but it is also a book of religious symbols. How should it be interpreted, especially in light of modern historical-critical study? In this addition to an acclaimed series, a respected scholar offers a theological reading of Exodus that highlights Aquinas’s interpretations of the text. As with other volumes in the series, this commentary is ideal for those called to ministry, serving as a rich resource for preachers, teachers, students, and study groups.

522270: Exodus, Volume 3Exodus, Volume 3
By John I. Durham / Thomas Nelson

548727: Exodus: Saved for God"s Glory / New editionExodus: Saved for God’s Glory / New edition
By Philip Graham Ryken / Crossway

612525: JPS B"nai Mitzvah Torah CommentaryJPS B’nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary
By Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin / Jewish Publication Society

For too many Jewish young people, bar/bat mitzvah has been the beginning of the end of their Jewish journeys. When students perceive the Torah as incomprehensible or irrelevant, many form the false impression that Judaism has nothing to say to them.

Enter the game-changer: the JPS B’nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary shows teens in their own language how Torah addresses the issues in their world. The conversational tone is inviting and dignified, concise and substantial, direct and informative. The narrative summaries, “big” ideas, model divrei Torah, haftarot commentaries, and discussion questions will engage teens in studying the Torah and haftarot, in writing divrei Torah, and in continuing to learn Torah throughout their lives—making it the book every rabbi, cantor, parent, and tutor will also want to have.

Jewish learning—for young people and adults—will never be the same.

628379: New Collegeville Bible Commentary #3: ExodusNew Collegeville Bible Commentary #3: Exodus
By Mark S. Smith / Liturgical Press

So resounding is its message that echoes of the Exodus are heard throughout the Old and New Testaments and the present. Exodus names and terms permeate our biblical and liturgical vocabularies: Pharaoh, Moses, Aaron, burning bush, “I AM,” plagues, Passover, manna, Ten Commandments, forty days and forty nights, Ark of the Covenant. The Exodus experience, indeed, is central to both Jewish and Christian traditions. Exodus is, as Mark Smith reminds us, not only an ancient text but also “today’s story, calling readers to work against oppression and to participate in a covenant relationship with one another and God.” With Smith as their experienced guide, readers are able to march through this basic book of the Bible with textual difficulties solved and stacked up like a wall to their right and left, just as the Israelites “marched on dry land through the midst of the sea with the water like a wall to their right and to their left” (14:29). Undoubtedly, when finished, readers will be closer to the Promised Land than when they started.

826176: Eerdmans Critical Commentary: ExodusEerdmans Critical Commentary: Exodus
By Thomas B. Dozeman / Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

In this new commentary on Exodus in the Eerdmans Critical Commentary scholar Thomas B. Dozeman examines the book of Exodus under the rubric of the myriad literary genres that occur in the book. Dozeman accepts the conclusions of the ‘literary’ of ‘higher criticism’ movement and thus believes the book was composed over time throughout Israel’s history.

Yet, this does not remove theological significance of the book of Exodus. On the contrary, Dozeman demonstrates great aptitude in handling the book theologically, and with exceptional insight is quite skilled at relating the book to its neighboring books and the entire OT canon.

This commentary is excellent for the academic setting. Whether you are looking for a commentary that treats Exodus from literary perspective, or if you want a commentary to balance the view of traditional perspectives, this book is an excellent resource.

842025: Exodus: Tyndale Old Testament Comemntary [TOTC]Exodus: Tyndale Old Testament Comemntary [TOTC]
By R. Alan Cole / IVP Academic

Exodus, Cole says, is ‘the centre of the Old Testament’. It recounts the supreme Old Testament example of the saving acts of God, narrates the instituting of Passover and enshrines the giving of God’s law. It portrays Moses, the prototype of all Israel’s prophets, and Aaron, the first high priest. This classic commentary has been completely retypset and presented in a fresh, vibrant new large paperback format, with new global branding.

The Tyndale Bible Commentaries are designed to help the reader of the Bible understand what the text says and what it means. The Introduction to each book gives a concise but thorough treatment of its authorship, date, original setting and purpose. Following a structural Analysis, the Commentary takes the book section-by-section, drawing out its main themes, and also comments on individual verses and problems of interpretation. Additional Notes provide fuller discussion of particular difficulties. The aim throughout is to explain the true meaning of the Bible and make its message plain.

The late R. Alan Cole was lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Sydney, and Trinity Theological College, Singapore.

970124: Exodus - Volume 1 [EP Study Commentary]Exodus – Volume 1 [EP Study Commentary]
By John D. Currid / Evangelical Press

This commentary on the text of Exodus, has been written for the building up of the church. It not only provides insights into the book of Exodus, but also clear and concise application. It is a book for everyone who wants to understand better what God says to us in his Word. The author writes, ‘It is my hope that pastors will use it for sermon preparation, and others for Bible study preparation and personal study.’

Dr. Currid provides solid exegesis in an accessible way matched with practical application that displays the relevance of this Old Testament book for the twenty-first century. This volume covers the first eighteen chapters of Exodus, telling the account of the deliverance of the children of Israel from Egypt to their arrival at Sinai. It is the story of the persecution of God’s people, their release from the domination of Pharaoh’s Egypt to the crossing of the Red Sea. Central to this narrative is the birth, life and ministry of Moses.

995746: Exodus 1-18: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC)Exodus 1-18: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC)
By Eugene Carpenter & H. Wayne House / Lexham Press

In the book of Exodus, the promises to the patriarchs begin to see their fulfillment: Yahweh takes a people for himself and dwells among them as their God. In this volume from the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series, Eugene Carpenter interacts with the most current scholarship and analyzes the Hebrew text to trace this important theme through Exodus. Throughout his academic and evangelical commentary, Carpenter demonstrate how Exodus interacts with the rest of the Old Testament and offers suggestions for applying Exodus to the church.

About the Series

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series incorporates the latest in critical biblical scholarship and is written from a distinctly evangelical perspective. Each comprehensive volume combines historical and literary explanations with insights for understanding the text within the Bible’s larger story and applying it to everyday life.

997245: Exodus 19-40: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC)Exodus 19-40: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC)
By Eugene Carpenter & H. Wayne House / Lexham Press

In the book of Exodus, the promises to the patriarchs begin to see their fulfillment: Yahweh takes a people for himself and dwells among them as their God. In this volume from the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series, Eugene Carpenter interacts with the most current scholarship and analyzes the Hebrew text to trace this important theme through Exodus. Throughout his academic and evangelical commentary, Carpenter demonstrate how Exodus interacts with the rest of the Old Testament and offers suggestions for applying Exodus to the church.

About the Series

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series incorporates the latest in critical biblical scholarship and is written from a distinctly evangelical perspective. Each comprehensive volume combines historical and literary explanations with insights for understanding the text within the Bible’s larger story and applying it to everyday life.

4622607: The God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of ExodusThe God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus
By Stephen Binz / Liturgical Press

This commentary helps the reader understand the text and the experience of Exodus. By entering into the liberating journey with Israel, we can more deeply encounter the God of freedom and life ourselves. Each section of the text of Exodus is followed by commentary which helps the reader understand the text by entering into the original experience.

7100251: Exodus: God"s Kingdom Of PriestsExodus: God’s Kingdom Of Priests
By Allan Harman / Christian Focus

00291X: ExodusExodus
By Carol Meyers / Cambridge University Press

Based on the NRSV, this is a splendid new addition to the Cambridge series. Adopting a socio-rhetorical approach, it offers special “Closer Look” sections examining key elements of the Mesopotamian world; and “Bridging the Horizons” sections connecting the ancient world to today. 315 pages, softcover. Cambridge University.

08128X: JPS Commentator"s Bible: ExodusJPS Commentator’s Bible: Exodus
By Michael Carasik / Jewish Publication Society

Translated and annotated by Michael Carasik. Now, for the first time, Miqra’ot Gedolot is available in an accessible English edition.First published 500 years ago as the “Rabbinic Bible,”the biblical commentaries known as the Miqra’otGedolot have inspired and educated generations of Hebrew readers. With this edition, the voices of Rashi, Ibn Ezra, Nahmanides, Rashbam, and other medieval commentators come alive once more, speaking in a contemporary English translation annotated and explicated for lay readers.Each page of The Commentators’ Bible contains several Hebrew verses from the book of Exodus, surrounded by both the 1917 and 1985 JPS translations and new English translations of the major commentators. This large-format volume is beautifully designed for ease of navigation among the many elements on each page, including explanatory notes and selected additional comments from the works of Bekhor Shor, Hizkuni, Abarbanel, Sforno, Gersonides, and others.

37590EB: Exodus: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching - eBookExodus: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching – eBook
By Terence E. Fretheim / Westminster John Knox Press

78365EB: Exodus (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible) - eBookExodus (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible) – eBook
By Thomas Joseph White, OP / Brazos Press

82301EB: Exodus - eBookExodus – eBook
By R. Alan Cole / IVP Academic

Exodus, Cole says, is ‘the centre of the Old Testament’. It recounts the supreme Old Testament example of the saving acts of God, narrates the instituting of Passover and enshrines the giving of God’s law. It portrays Moses, the prototype of all Israel’s prophets, and Aaron, the first high priest. This classic commentary has been completely retypset and presented in a fresh, vibrant new large paperback format, with new global branding.

The Tyndale Bible Commentaries are designed to help the reader of the Bible understand what the text says and what it means. The Introduction to each book gives a concise but thorough treatment of its authorship, date, original setting and purpose. Following a structural Analysis, the Commentary takes the book section-by-section, drawing out its main themes, and also comments on individual verses and problems of interpretation. Additional Notes provide fuller discussion of particular difficulties. The aim throughout is to explain the true meaning of the Bible and make its message plain.

The late R. Alan Cole was lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Sydney, and Trinity Theological College, Singapore.

826176: Eerdmans Critical Commentary: ExodusEerdmans Critical Commentary: Exodus
By Thomas B. Dozeman / Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. In this new commentary on Exodus in the Eerdmans Critical Commentary scholar Thomas B. Dozeman examines the book of Exodus under the rubric of the myriad literary genres that occur in the book. Dozeman accepts the conclusions of the ‘literary’ of ‘higher criticism’ movement and thus believes the book was composed over time throughout Israel’s history. Yet, this does not remove theological significance of the book of Exodus. On the contrary, Dozeman demonstrates great aptitude in hand ling the book theologically, and with exceptional insight is quite skilled at relating the book check_priceto its neighboring books and the entire OT canon. This commentary is excellent for the academic setting. Whether you are looking for a commentary that treats Exodus from literary perspective, or if you want a commentary to balance the view of traditional perspectives, this book is an excellent resource.

229689: The Book of ExodusThe Book of Exodus
By Brevard S. Childs / Westminster/John Knox Press
A part of the Westminster/John check_priceKnox Old Testament Library series,The Book of Exodus is one of the many volumes groundbreaking scholar Brevard S. Childs authored in this series. Known for his “canonical” approach to Scripture, Childs here brings his vast knowledge, scholarly acumen, and Old Testament expertise to bear on the book of Exodus.

02029: Word Biblical Commentary: Exodus, Volume 3Word Biblical Commentary: Exodus, Volume 3
By John Durham / Thomas Nelson
The Word Biblical Commentary is a conservative and scholarly approach to the scriptures. This volume on Exodus by Durham begins with the text and historicity of the check_pricebook as well as a discussion of past commentaries on this text. This book contains a good bibliography of commentaries and related works. The following commentary discusses the events of Exodus as well as the language and theological issues within this second book of the Pentateuch.

Exodus: The College Press NIV Commentary
Dr. Randall C. Bailey / College Press Publishing
The book of Exodus functions as the sequel to Genesis describing God’s deliverance of the children of Israel and the establishment of a covenant between God and Israel. The rest of the Old Testament looks back on the exodus of Israel from Egypt as the primary redemptive event in Israel’s history.

This primary redemptive event became central to the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. God’s redemption of Israel became the foundation for the Israelite faith and proactive reflected in the many Old Testament allusions to the Exodus as the basis for:

  • Obedience to the covenant
  • Proper ethical treatment of others
  • The establishment of the sovereignty of God
  • A national dateline marking the nation’s history
  • A standard for the measurement of all subsequent events

For the Christian, Exodus serves similar functions, pointing to the important work of redemption as seen in the New Testament’s record of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. These issues impact significantly the purpose and hermeneutics of this commentary.
The reader with a good understanding of both the Old and New Testaments sees in the Exodus God’s deliverance of Israel foreshadowing the death of Christ and the establishment of the church.

401024: Exodus, New American CommentaryExodus, New American Commentary
By Douglas K. Stuart / B & H Publishing Group
Israel’s liberation from bondage to Pharaoh is one of the great turningcheck_pricepoints in Old Testament history. Defending the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch and the historicity of the plagues and wanderings in the wilderness, Stuart throws considerable light on the book’s literary, theological, and sociological dimensions.

24272: The Message of Exodus: The Bible Speaks Today SeriesThe Message of Exodus: The Bible Speaks Today Series
By J. Alec Motyer / Inter-varsity Press
The Book of Exodus holds an esteemed place in the Old Testament, and the shadow of its influence reaches as far as Revelation, where an abundance of themes from Exodus echo off its pages. In Exodus, Israel begins as an enslaved people, in service to Egyptian taskmasters. By the end of the book, Israel is again in service–to its sovereign Lord in the service of worship. Between these poles, Moses is called, God’s name is revealed, Israel is delivered, the law is given, the plan of the tabernacle check_priceis unveiled, and all is nearly lost when Israel rebels in the wilderness. It is an epic saga, and in it lies the key to understanding so much of the Bible. Under Alec Motyer’s expert guidance, we explore the terrain of Exodus, weigh its themes and view our own lives and times through its timeless lens.

842025: Exodus Tyndale Old Testament CommentaryExodus Tyndale Old Testament Commentary
By R. Alan Cole / IVP Academic
Exodus, Cole says, is ‘the centre of the Old Testament’. It recounts the supreme Old Testament example of the saving acts of God, narrates the instituting of Passover and enshrines the giving of God’s law. It portrays Moses, the prototype of all Israel’s prophets, and Aaron, the first high priest. This classic commentary has been completely retypset and presented in a fresh, vibrant new large paperback format, with new global branding. The Tyndale Bible Commentaries are designed to help the reader of the Bible understand what the text says and what it means. The Introduction to each book gives a concise but thorough treatment of its authorship, date, original setting and purpose. Following a structural Analysis, the Commentary takes the book section by section,check_pricedrawing out its main themes, and also comments on individual verses and problems of interpretation. Additional Notes provide fuller discussion of particular difficulties. The aim throughout is to explain the true meaning of the Bible and make its message plain. The late R. Alan Cole was lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Sydney, and Trinity Theological College, Singapore.

The Preacher’s Commentary Vol 2: Exodus
By Maxie D. Dunnam / Thomas Nelson / W47752: The Preacher's Commentary Vol 2: Exodus
Volume 2: Exodus THE COMMENTARY FOR PREACHERS! For those on the firing line – in pulpits, classes, Bible study programs, and fellowships there is a distinctly different kind of commentary. The Preachers Commentary Series combines rich resources of historical setting and textual interpretation with spiritual insights and contemporary illustrations specifically designed for communicators. The result is are source by preachers/teachers for preachers/teachers. It is complete with outlines section by section expositions, illustrations and applications. This authoritative commentary provides the ultimate resource for sermon and lesson preparations. General editor Lloyd J. Ogilvie brings together a team of skilled and exceptional communicators blending sound scholarship with life related instructions. Their insights can guide you through every chapter and book of the Bible. And their organization and presentation of the material can help you share God’s Word more effectively with others.

  • Paragraph by paragraph exposition
  • Fresh insights into Scripture
  • Contemporary application
  • Rich outlines and illustrations
  • Innovative ideas for communicating God’s Word with vigor and vitality
  • 364 page softcover from Thomas Nelson.

Dr. Maxie D. Dunnam is president of Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. Widely known as an evangelist, leader and pioneer in small group ministries, he organized and served three United Methodist churches before joining the Upper Room Fellowship. He created the Upper Room Crusillo that later became The Walk to Emmaus. He has served other churches and authored over 40 books as well as video/study correspondence courses. He and his wife, Jerry Lynn, have three children.check_price

Exodus: A Mentor Commentary26141: Exodus: A Mentor Commentary
By John L. Mackay / Christian Focus Public
The Book of Exodus is about a journey: a journey out of Egypt, but more particularly a journey from a land where God’s power, sovereignty and continuing interest in his people could be easily questioned, to a place where God dwelt in the midst of his people. Exodus describes God’s power, his redemption of his people, his covenant requirements at Sinai, and the rules of his worship. 623 pages, hardcover from Christian Focus Publications.
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God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus
By Stephen Binz / Liturgical Press4622607: God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus
No book of the Bible is more important for an understanding of salvation than the Book of Exodus. During their journey from a life of slavery and death to a life of freedom, the Israelites learned who God was, and the kind of people He wanted them to be. They learned that God’s law was the true freedom. This commentary helps the readercheck_priceunderstand the text and the experience of the Exodus. Ideal for adult courses, university classes, and people who simply want to know more about the Scriptures.

Exodus 1-18, Anchor Bible Commentary
By William Propp / Random House, Inc.
14804: Exodus 1-18, Anchor Bible Commentary
In this masterful translation and analysis, you’ll explore events centered around the conflict between God and pharaoh, from the birth of Moses to manna falling from the skies. Exhaustive, meticulous, and brilliantly researched, Propp’s commentary will soon be regarded as the definitive analysis of what’s considered to be the heart of the Hebrew Bible. 672 pages, hardcover from Doubleday. check_price


Exodus chaps. 19-40: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]

By William H.C. Propp / Yale University Press

The long-awaited conclusion of William H. C. Propp’s masterful study of Exodus, this informative, clearly written commentary provides a new perspective on Israelite culture and on the role of ritual, law, and covenant in biblical religion.Exodus 19-40 sets a new standard in biblical scholarship. Thorough and up-to-date, it is the first commentary on Exodus to include critical textual evidence from the recently edited Dead Sea Scrolls. Informed by Propp’s deep understanding of ancient cultural mores and religious traditions, it casts new light on the Israelites’ arrival at Sinai, their entry into a covenant with God, their reception of the Law, their worship of the golden calf, and their reconciliation to God.
The incisive commentary on the building of the Holy Tabernacle-God’s wilderness abode-is supplemented by numerous illustrations that clarify the biblical text. Propp extends the scope and relevance of this major work in five appendices that discuss the literary formation of the Torah, the historicity of the Exodus tradition, the origins of Israelite monotheism, the check_priceExodus theme in the Bible, and the future of Old Testament scholarship. By taking an anthropological rather than strictly theological approach, Propp places familiar stories within a fresh context. The result is a fully accessible guide to one of the most important and best known books of the Bible.


Commentaries on Exodus, the Second Book of Moses
826176: Eerdmans Critical Commentary: ExodusEerdmans Critical Commentary: Exodus
By Thomas B. Dozeman / Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. In this new commentary on Exodus in the Eerdmans Critical Commentary scholar Thomas B. Dozeman examines the book of Exodus under the rubric of the myriad literary genres that occur in the book. Dozeman accepts the conclusions of the ‘literary’ of ‘higher criticism’ movement and thus believes the book was composed over time throughout Israel’s history. Yet, this does not remove theological significance of the book of Exodus. On the contrary, Dozeman demonstrates great aptitude in hand ling the book theologically, and with exceptional insight is quite skilled at relating the book check_priceto its neighboring books and the entire OT canon. This commentary is excellent for the academic setting. Whether you are looking for a commentary that treats Exodus from literary perspective, or if you want a commentary to balance the view of traditional perspectives, this book is an excellent resource.
229689: The Book of ExodusThe Book of Exodus
By Brevard S. Childs / Westminster/John Knox Press
A part of the Westminster/John check_priceKnox Old Testament Library series,The Book of Exodus is one of the many volumes groundbreaking scholar Brevard S. Childs authored in this series. Known for his “canonical” approach to Scripture, Childs here brings his vast knowledge, scholarly acumen, and Old Testament expertise to bear on the book of Exodus.
02029: Word Biblical Commentary: Exodus, Volume 3Word Biblical Commentary: Exodus, Volume 3
By John Durham / Thomas Nelson
The Word Biblical Commentary is a conservative and scholarly approach to the scriptures. This volume on Exodus by Durham begins with the text and historicity of the check_pricebook as well as a discussion of past commentaries on this text. This book contains a good bibliography of commentaries and related works. The following commentary discusses the events of Exodus as well as the language and theological issues within this second book of the Pentateuch.
Exodus: The College Press NIV Commentary
y Dr. Randall C. Bailey / College Press Publishing
The book of Exodus functions as the sequel to Genesis describing God’s deliverance of the children of Israel and the establishment of a covenant between God and Israel. The rest of the Old Testament looks back on the exodus of Israel from Egypt as the primary redemptive event in Israel’s history.

This primary redemptive event became central to the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. God’s redemption of Israel became the foundation for the Israelite faith and proactive reflected in the many Old Testament allusions to the Exodus as the basis for:

  • Obedience to the covenant
  • Proper ethical treatment of others
  • The establishment of the sovereignty of God
  • A national dateline marking the nation’s history
  • A standard for the measurement of all subsequent events

For the Christian, Exodus serves similar functions, pointing to the important work of redemption as seen in the New Testament’s record of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. These issues impact significantly the purpose and hermeneutics of this commentary.
The reader with a good understanding of both the Old and New Testaments sees in the Exodus God’s deliverance of Israel foreshadowing the death of Christ and the establishment of the church.

401024: Exodus, New American CommentaryExodus, New American Commentary
By Douglas K. Stuart / B & H Publishing Group
Israel’s liberation from bondage to Pharaoh is one of the great turningcheck_pricepoints in Old Testament history. Defending the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch and the historicity of the plagues and wanderings in the wilderness, Stuart throws considerable light on the book’s literary, theological, and sociological dimensions.
24272: The Message of Exodus: The Bible Speaks Today SeriesThe Message of Exodus: The Bible Speaks Today Series
By J. Alec Motyer / Inter-varsity Press
The Book of Exodus holds an esteemed place in the Old Testament, and the shadow of its influence reaches as far as Revelation, where an abundance of themes from Exodus echo off its pages. In Exodus, Israel begins as an enslaved people, in service to Egyptian taskmasters. By the end of the book, Israel is again in service–to its sovereign Lord in the service of worship. Between these poles, Moses is called, God’s name is revealed, Israel is delivered, the law is given, the plan of the tabernacle check_priceis unveiled, and all is nearly lost when Israel rebels in the wilderness. It is an epic saga, and in it lies the key to understanding so much of the Bible. Under Alec Motyer’s expert guidance, we explore the terrain of Exodus, weigh its themes and view our own lives and times through its timeless lens.
842025: Exodus Tyndale Old Testament CommentaryExodus Tyndale Old Testament Commentary
By R. Alan Cole / IVP Academic
Exodus, Cole says, is ‘the centre of the Old Testament’. It recounts the supreme Old Testament example of the saving acts of God, narrates the instituting of Passover and enshrines the giving of God’s law. It portrays Moses, the prototype of all Israel’s prophets, and Aaron, the first high priest. This classic commentary has been completely retypset and presented in a fresh, vibrant new large paperback format, with new global branding. The Tyndale Bible Commentaries are designed to help the reader of the Bible understand what the text says and what it means. The Introduction to each book gives a concise but thorough treatment of its authorship, date, original setting and purpose. Following a structural Analysis, the Commentary takes the book section by section,check_pricedrawing out its main themes, and also comments on individual verses and problems of interpretation. Additional Notes provide fuller discussion of particular difficulties. The aim throughout is to explain the true meaning of the Bible and make its message plain. The late R. Alan Cole was lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Sydney, and Trinity Theological College, Singapore.
The Preacher’s Commentary Vol 2: Exodus
By Maxie D. Dunnam / Thomas Nelson / W47752: The Preacher's Commentary Vol 2: Exodus
Volume 2: Exodus THE COMMENTARY FOR PREACHERS! For those on the firing line – in pulpits, classes, Bible study programs, and fellowships there is a distinctly different kind of commentary. The Preachers Commentary Series combines rich resources of historical setting and textual interpretation with spiritual insights and contemporary illustrations specifically designed for communicators. The result is are source by preachers/teachers for preachers/teachers. It is complete with outlines section by section expositions, illustrations and applications. This authoritative commentary provides the ultimate resource for sermon and lesson preparations. General editor Lloyd J. Ogilvie brings together a team of skilled and exceptional communicators blending sound scholarship with life related instructions. Their insights can guide you through every chapter and book of the Bible. And their organization and presentation of the material can help you share God’s Word more effectively with others.

  • Paragraph by paragraph exposition
  • Fresh insights into Scripture
  • Contemporary application
  • Rich outlines and illustrations
  • Innovative ideas for communicating God’s Word with vigor and vitality
  • 364 page softcover from Thomas Nelson.

Dr. Maxie D. Dunnam is president of Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. Widely known as an evangelist, leader and pioneer in small group ministries, he organized and served three United Methodist churches before joining the Upper Room Fellowship. He created the Upper Room Crusillo that later became The Walk to Emmaus. He has served other churches and authored over 40 books as well as video/study correspondence courses. He and his wife, Jerry Lynn, have three children.check_price

Exodus: A Mentor Commentary26141: Exodus: A Mentor Commentary
By John L. Mackay / Christian Focus Public
The Book of Exodus is about a journey: a journey out of Egypt, but more particularly a journey from a land where God’s power, sovereignty and continuing interest in his people could be easily questioned, to a place where God dwelt in the midst of his people. Exodus describes God’s power, his redemption of his people, his covenant requirements at Sinai, and the rules of his worship. 623 pages, hardcover from Christian Focus Publications.
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God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus
By Stephen Binz / Liturgical Press4622607: God of Freedom & Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus
No book of the Bible is more important for an understanding of salvation than the Book of Exodus. During their journey from a life of slavery and death to a life of freedom, the Israelites learned who God was, and the kind of people He wanted them to be. They learned that God’s law was the true freedom. This commentary helps the readercheck_priceunderstand the text and the experience of the Exodus. Ideal for adult courses, university classes, and people who simply want to know more about the Scriptures.
Exodus 1-18, Anchor Bible Commentary
By William Propp / Random House, Inc.
14804: Exodus 1-18, Anchor Bible Commentary
In this masterful translation and analysis, you’ll explore events centered around the conflict between God and pharaoh, from the birth of Moses to manna falling from the skies. Exhaustive, meticulous, and brilliantly researched, Propp’s commentary will soon be regarded as the definitive analysis of what’s considered to be the heart of the Hebrew Bible. 672 pages, hardcover from Doubleday. check_price

Exodus chaps. 19-40: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]

By William H.C. Propp / Yale University Press

The long-awaited conclusion of William H. C. Propp’s masterful study of Exodus, this informative, clearly written commentary provides a new perspective on Israelite culture and on the role of ritual, law, and covenant in biblical religion.Exodus 19-40 sets a new standard in biblical scholarship. Thorough and up-to-date, it is the first commentary on Exodus to include critical textual evidence from the recently edited Dead Sea Scrolls. Informed by Propp’s deep understanding of ancient cultural mores and religious traditions, it casts new light on the Israelites’ arrival at Sinai, their entry into a covenant with God, their reception of the Law, their worship of the golden calf, and their reconciliation to God.
The incisive commentary on the building of the Holy Tabernacle-God’s wilderness abode-is supplemented by numerous illustrations that clarify the biblical text. Propp extends the scope and relevance of this major work in five appendices that discuss the literary formation of the Torah, the historicity of the Exodus tradition, the origins of Israelite monotheism, the check_priceExodus theme in the Bible, and the future of Old Testament scholarship. By taking an anthropological rather than strictly theological approach, Propp places familiar stories within a fresh context. The result is a fully accessible guide to one of the most important and best known books of the Bible.


Commentaries on the Ten Commandments
230550: The Ten Commandments: Interpretation: Resources for the Use of Scripture in the ChurchThe Ten Commandments: Interpretation: Resources for the Use of Scripture in the Church
By Patrick D. Miller / Westminster John Knox Press
In addition to being one of the finest commentaries on the market today, WJK press’ Interpretation series, with the release of its new thematic oriented commentaries, has also become, arguably, the most dynamic. Moving beyond commentaries that focus on entire books of the Bible,Interpretation will now focus on “enduring passages” of Scripture seeking to garner not only acritical understanding of a given passage in its original context and historical setting, but also seeking to construct and articulate a theology out of that is relevant for our modern world. In this volume, The Ten Commandments Patrick Miller sets forth an understanding of theTen Commandments rooted in their original context, but also illuminates their prominence in the New Testament, and their influence check_pricein Christian theological and ethical thinking throughout the centuries. Thus, in many ways this commentary serves as not only a historical, and critical commentary, but also as a theological commentary. How else could you write 446 pages on The Ten Commandments?
73169: The Ten Commandments: The Heart of God for Every Person
The Ten Commandments: The Heart of God for Every Person
By Rick Shepherd / Amg Publishers
Do you know anyone who has never broken any of the Ten Commandments? Why did God issue these laws for Israel and mankind if they are so difficult to live up to? What relevance do these laws etched upon ancient tablets have for us today? The Ten Commandments is a twelve-week, five-days-a-week, interactive study which provides a historical and cultural backdrop of the time the Commandments were issued, an in-depth look at each commandment and the spirit and overarching purpose of each law, and an intense look at how Jesus Christ is the culmination of the Ten Commandments. check_priceReaders will come to a refreshing understanding that the laws given to sinful man long ago are still relevant in that they point to the sinless perfection of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, our Savior who can live the spirit of these laws in us and through us.
28124: I Am the Lord Your God: Christian Reflections on the Ten CommandmentsI Am the Lord Your God: Christian Reflections on the Ten Commandments
By Carl E. Braaten & Christopher R. Seitz, eds. / Eerdmans Publishing Co.
This book explores the place of the Ten Commandments in modern civil society, their relation to the natural law, their relevance for Christian instruction, and how they can help bring clarity to contemporary ethical issues such as abortion, killing, homosexuality, lying, greed, and many others. Written by highly respected ethicists, theologians, and Bible scholars from across the Christian spectrum–Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran, check_priceMethodist–this timely work argues for reclaiming the divine authority of the Ten Commandments and soundly demonstrates the practical role of Christian ethics in public life today.
223230: The Ten Commandments: The Reciprocity of Faithfulness
The Ten Commandments: The Reciprocity of Faithfulness
By Edited by William P. Brown / Westminster / John Knox
Featuring new and classic essays surveying the scholarly, ethical, and biblical debate surrounding the Ten Commandments, Brown’s volume is divided into three sections: the history of interpretation, contemporary reflections on check_pricethe Decalogue as a whole, and contemporary reflections on individual commandments. Contributors include Patrick Miller, Reginald Fuller, Walter Brueggemann, Marvin Cheney, and others. 416 pages, softcover from Westminster/John Knox.
85537X: God's Rules for Holiness: Unlocking the Ten CommandmentsGod’s Rules for Holiness: Unlocking the Ten Commandments
By Peter Masters / Wakeman Trust
Taken at face value the Ten Commandments are binding on all people, and will guard the way to Heaven, so that evil will never spoil its glory and purity. But the Commandments are far greater than their surface meaning, as this book shows. They challenge us as Christians on a still wider range of sinful deeds and attitudes. They provide positive virtues as goals. And they give immense help for staying close to the check_priceLord in our walk and worship. The Commandments are vital for godly living and for greater blessing, but we need to enter into the panoramic view they provide of the standards and goals for redeemed people.
90480: The Ten Commandments: A Preaching CommentaryThe Ten Commandments: A Preaching Commentary
By John Holbert / Abingdon Press
This book, the first in the Great Texts series from Abingdon, offers a preaching commentary on the Ten Commandments, which includes exegetical and homiletical resources for the pastor. Holbert seeks to provide the context for the commandments and their relationship to other parts of the Hebrew Bible. He also seeks to show how the New Testament writers viewed and used the Ten Commandments, as well as the history of their influence in both Christian and check_priceJewish communities. Walter Brueggemann calls this book a “mediation between critical background and contemporary pertinence” and a “welcome addition” to the corpus of publications about the Ten Commandments.
0929960: The Ten Commandments: The Significance of God's Laws in Everyday Life
The Ten Commandments: The Significance of God’s Laws in Everyday Life
By Laura Schlessinger / Harpercollins Publishing
The first direct communication from God, the Ten Commandments are the blueprint of His expectations of us, moral principles that focus on real-life issues relating to God, family, sex, work, charity, property, speech, and thought. Now, acclaimed psychotherapist Dr. Laura Schlessinger offers a fascinating exploration of these sacred precepts. Written in collaboration with Rabbi Stweart Vogel, The Ten Commandments incorporates lively discussion on the Bible and the check_priceJudeo-Christian values derived from it. With Dr. Larua’s trademark wit, wisdom, and profound insight, this compelling volume enlightens, inspires, and entertains all who read it.
The Ten Commandments & Modern Society
By Stephen McDowell / Providence Foundation
456104Jesus Reiterated what all the Bible teaches: that God’s Law/Word, which is summarized by the Ten Commandments, contains principles that, if obeyed, produce life-life for men and nations–but, if ignored, produce death. Americas laws were based upon God’s higher law. This higher law, as summarized in the Ten Commandments, used to be taught to all Americans. It was greatly revered, and all looked to obey it. Today, few obey, revere, or even know His commands. Many people are doing all they can to remove any vestige of His law from our nation, claiming they are a great detriment to society. In 1980 the Supreme Court ruled in Stone v. Graham that the public schools of Kentucky could not display the Ten Commandments on the walls. The court said: “If the posted copies of the Ten Commandments are to have any effect at all, it will be to induce the schoolchildren to read, meditate upon, perhaps to venerate and obey, the Commandments. ” About 1. 7 million Americans are behind bars today- 1 in every 155. To learn to not steal or murder might not be too bad an idea to help deal with this problem. Marriages ending in divorce have increased exponentially in the last three decades–to learn not to commit adultery seems a prettycheck_price good idea. But in order to apply the principles of life contained in the Commandments, we must first know them. If they are not thoroughly underst00d, they will never be infused in the law and life of our nation.
1517633: Whatever Happened to the Ten Commandments?Whatever Happened to the Ten Commandments?
By Ernest Reisinger / Banner Of Truth
Whatever happened to the Ten Commandments? Drawing extensively on the neglected Larger Catechism of the Westminster Assembly, this book examines the scope of each of the commandments in turn and helps us towards a right understanding of God’s perfect requirements for our lives. . One of check_pricethe great strengths of this book, as of the Catechism, is the sheer quantity of Scripture quoted to show the duties required and the sins forbidden by each of the commandments.
58166: The Ten CommandmentsThe Ten Commandments
By William Barclay / Westminster / John Knox
William Barclay saw the Ten Commandments as the universal foundation of all things: the basic laws on human conduct in society and the cornerstone of community existence. Drawing on his vast knowledge of both Old and New Testaments, Professor Barclay examines the ways in which the Ten Commandments demand reverence for God and respect for humankind. This book shows you how check_pricethe Ten Commandments, perhaps considered negative and outdated, can and do remain relevant today and still apply to our daily lives. This book is part of the William Barclay Library. This is an outstanding treatment of the Ten Commandments, mainly for its rich supply of the Jewish, Greek, and sometimes Roman backgrounds for each of the commands. The Jewish background, largely inaccessible to most Christian readers, is particularly helpful.
7082021: God Speak to Us, Ten CommandmentsGod Speak to Us, Ten Commandments
By Stanley Hauerwas / Abingdon Presscheck_pricePopular authors Hauerwas and Willimon explore the overarching question: What does it mean for us and the way we behave when we realize some of the truth about God?
1516815: The Ten CommandmentsThe Ten Commandments
By Thomas Watson / Banner Of Truth
In this book Thomas Watson continues his exposition of the Shorter Catechism drawn up by the Westminster Assembly. Watson was one of the most popular preachers in London during the Puritan era. His writings are characterized by clarity, raciness and spiritual richness. The series of three volumes, of which this is the second, makes an ideal introduction to Puritan literature. There are few matters about which the Puritans differ more from present-day Christians than in their assessment of the importance of the Ten Commandments. The commandments, they held, are the first thing in Christianity which the natural man needs to be taught and they should be the daily concern of the Christian to the last.
check_priceIn this book, Watson examines the moral law as a whole as well as bringing out the meaning and force of each particular commandment. In view of the important function of the law in Christian life and evangelism this is a most valuable volume.
24268: Covenant and Commandment: A Study of the Ten Commandments in the Context of Grace
Covenant and Commandment: A Study of the Ten Commandments in the Context of Grace
By C. W. Christian / Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.
It is Israel’s conviction that God is the kind of God who makes promises and keeps them. This conviction, as Christian contends, has given creative power and shape to the whole of Hebrew and Christian history. As the book continues, the author contends that the Hebrew law, especially that expression called the Ten Commandments, can best be understood as a joyful response to God’s covenant grace, a response that embraces every aspect of our being: community with God, with each other, and with God’s world. check_priceEach of the commandments is then examined to discover how it may provide guidance in living unto God and in human community. Ideal for either personal or group study on the nature and use of the Ten Commandments. A study guide with relevant questions is provided for reflection and discussion. Softcover, 188 pages.

Commentaries on the Tabernacle
3229X: The Tabernacle: Its Priests and Its Services, Updated EditionThe Tabernacle: Its Priests and Its Services, Updated Edition
By William Brown / Hendrickson Publishers
The tabernacle was the center of worship in ancient Jerusalem. Now the updated edition of William Brown’s classic The Tabernacle: Its Priests and Services allows you to visit this hallowed site. check_priceDetailed descriptions, sidebars, pull-outs, and 50 vivid illustrations portray the grandeur of this sanctuary and clearly explain the sacred rites that foreshadowed Christ’s coming. 232 pages, softcover, Hendrickson.
645211: The Tabernacle Study GuideThe Tabernacle Study Guide
By Ray Neu / Vision Video
The Tabernacle is one of the most significant concepts in the Bible. Physically, it was a tent used for worship in the wilderness. More importantly, however, the Tabernacle represented a focal point for spiritual understanding. It presented a plan of redemption that foreshadowed the coming of Jesus Christ. Today the Tabernacle provides insight into worship. This insight can help us develop a more intimate relationship with God. This workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with check_price“The Tabernacle” video. It will provide you with a greater understanding of some of the Tabernacle’s important elements. You are encouraged to use this workbook as a starting place for additional study.
647915: The Tabernacle, DVDThe Tabernacle, DVD
By Vision Video
Explore the ancient meeting place between sinful man and a holy God in this intriguing presentation. Stunning three-dimensional computer-generated depictions of the check_priceTable of Shewbread, the Altar of Incense, and the Ark of the Covenant bring hard-to-visualize Scripture passages to life. You’ll feel as if you’ve walked on holy ground, just as the priests once did. 28 minutes.
2468X: Kregel Pictorial Guide to the TabernacleKregel Pictorial Guide to the Tabernacle
By Tim Dowley / Kregel Publications
What was the purpose of the tabernacle? What did it look like? What is the relationship between the tabernacle and the temple? What finally happened to the Ark of the Covenant? Has the tabernacle any significance for the Christian today? All these questions–and many more–are answered in this fascinating and detailed description check_priceand history of the wilderness tabernacle. Illustrated with full-colored photographs of two recent replicas of the tabernacle, this guidebook offers the reader an engaging look at this extraordinary tent and how it functioned.
37504: The Tabernacle, the Priesthood, & the Offerings
The Tabernacle, the Priesthood, and the Offerings
By Henry Soltau / Kregel Publications
This exhaustive and richly suggestive treatment of the Tabernacle, the priesthood, and the offerings is a classic in its field. The author minutely discusses every part of his subject, yet there is no undue straining of the types, nor fanciful spiritualizing. Throughout the book there is a wealth of direct, practical teaching regarding check_pricethe daily life of the Christian and the maintenance of communion with God. Twenty-one illustrations, based on descriptions in the Old Testament and on archaeological discoveries, enhance the value of this work.
4693X: The Tabernacle of MosesThe Tabernacle of Moses
By Kevin Conner / City Christian Publishing
This book by Australian Bible teacher Kevin Conner strives to present readers with a reasonable working knowledge of the Tabernacle of Moses, finding in the elements of the Tabernacle insights that relate to the story of divine redemption. Study includes:

  • A look at the significance of the Tabernacle layout
  • Ancheck_price explanation of the Tabernacle’s place in Jewish society
  • Design and symbolism of the Tabernacle furniture.
  • Tabernacle construction and purpose
  • And more.
33639: The Tabernacle: Camping with GodThe Tabernacle: Camping with God
By Stephen F. Olford / Kregel Publications
The tabernacle, the center of worship in Israel for nearly five hundred years, serves as a divinely inspired object lesson for New Testament believers on the worship God approves and accepts. Every part of the sanctuary of old was intended to foreshadow in some way the glory of Christ. The tabernacle was God’s place of dwelling among sinful people in the Old Testament, and check_pricein the New Testament, the picture became reality – Christ Himself came to dwell among sinful people. This book allows the modern reader to step into the world of the children of Israel, and see the tabernacle through the eyes of God’s chosen people.
5437229: The Tabernacle of IsraelThe Tabernacle of Israel
By James Strong / Kregel Publications
What was the Tabernacle of Israel really like? How was this portable place of worship constructed? How did the priesthood function, and what role did the Tabernacle play in the life of the average person? What significance does the Tabernacle have for the Christian? These and many other questions are answered in this fascinating study of Israel’s first place of worship. One of the nineteenth century’s most respected Bible scholars, Dr. James Strong spent some thirty years of systematic study in preparing The Tabernacle of Israel. Using two broad categories for his study of the check_priceTabernacle – its structure and its symbolism – Strong provides a detailed picture of the history, construction, function, and significance of Israel’s “tent of meeting. ” Also included are thirty-nine drawings and illustrations detailing the design of the Tabernacle and its parts.
431581: The TabernacleThe Tabernacle
By David Levy / Kregel Publications
The Tabernacle dominates fifty chapters in the Old Testament, while all of creation requires only two. Yet attaining an understanding of the design and significance of God’s first house among His people gets scant attention in most churches today. A proper understanding of the Tabernacle provides a graphic understanding of God’s redemptive program. It clearly pictures sinful man, holy God, and the incredible price required to bring the two together. A grasp of the Tabernacle’s sacrifices, services, and priesthood is prerequisite to a proper understanding of more than half the book of Hebrews, and countless other New Testament passages. Many books have been check_pricewritten on the Tabernacle, mostly focusing on its services, nearly omitting the priesthood and the various sacrifices but this book focuses on the Tabernacle in a simple, systematic way making it easy for beginners or long-time students to understand the Tabernacle.
407069X: What the Bible Says about the TabernacleWhat the Bible Says about the Tabernacle
By Leadership Ministries / Leadership Ministries Now, more than ever before, there is the need for a clear message to a world reeling under the weight of lawlessness, self-indulgence, and immorality. This world needs to learn two great lessons. First, God is holy. Being holy, God demands that people be holy, living righteous and pure lives. But people have failed, come ever so short of righteousness and purity. The world is far, far away from God, separated from God. There is a great gulf between people and God, a gulf so deep and wide that people can never reach God on their own. Second God is merciful. Therefore, God has provided a way for people to approach and worship Him. But a person must approach God correctly, exactly as God dictates. If a person so approaches God, check_priceGod accepts and forgives the person. This study examines Scripture related to the Tabernacle and presents its interpretation in outline format, allowing for clear understanding. First, an outline organizes the Scripture passage, then comments are provided below, with thoughts added to enhance teaching and application.
37512: The Holy Vessels & Furniture of the TabernacleThe Holy Vessels & Furniture of the Tabernacle
By Henry Soltau / Kregel Publications
This invaluable aid to the study of the vessels and furniture of the Tabernacle offers the best in scholarship and devotion. The author shows how the furniture and its use all typify Christ. The typology is check_pricenever wild or over-imaginative, but conservative and biblical. There is also an excellent summary of the history of the ark as recorded in the Scriptures. The ten full-color pages enhance the value of this classic work.
5428203: Outline Studies of the TabernacleOutline Studies of the Tabernacle
By Ada Habershon / Kregel Publications
These are inspiring insights into the construction, erection and service of the tabernacle. This book contains all check_pricethe scriptural references to the tabernacle and its furniture. This resourceful study can be used with profit by pastors, teachers, and all inquiring Bible students to discover and apply the significant spiritual truths the tabernacle contains.