Studies in the Book of Exodus

FOHRER , G. , Überlieferung und Geschichte des Exodus : eine Analyse von Ex . 1–15 ( BZAW , 91 ) , Berlin , 1964 . Fox , E. , Now these are the Names . A New English Rendition of the Book of Exodus , with Commentary and Notes , New York ...

Studies in the Book of Exodus


The Book of Exodus

Rainer Albertz The wilderness material constitutes an important part of the book of Exodus. Compositionally, it connects the two centers of the book—the liberationfrom Egypt(Exod1–14)andthedivinerevelationatMountSinai(19–40).

The Book of Exodus

Drawing on the latest in Exodus scholarship, this volume offers twenty-four essays on a wide range of topics related to Exodus, written by leading experts in the field. Topics include its formation, reception, textual history and translation, themes, theologies, and place within Judaism and Christianity.

The Book of Exodus

The answers will be found as usual at the back of the book. Exodus 20:1—6: One God The various parts of the Decalogue seem to have grown independently over a long period, so that the final form of all of it demands reflection and ...

The Book of Exodus

colleges, universities, and seminaries, as well as by individuals interested in personal study." --Book Jacket.

The Book of Exodus

“I said, this is great, because the whole concept of Exodus is not strange to black or white Americans. This should really work. ... from the Exodus sessions. One whole summer week, as Blackwell cruised in his old 248 l The Book o_fExodus.

The Book of Exodus

Follow the Sacred Journey to Create One of the Lasting Musical Masterpieces of Our Time Bob Marley is one of our most important and influential artists. Recorded in London after an assassination attempt on his life sent Marley into exile from Jamaica, Exodus is the most lasting testament to his social conscience. Named by Time magazine as “Album of the Century,” Exodus is reggae superstar Bob Marley’s masterpiece of spiritual exploration. Vivien Goldman was the first journalist to introduce mass white audiences to the Rasta sounds of Bob Marley. Throughout the late 1970s, Goldman was a fly on the wall as she watched reggae grow and evolve, and charted the careers of many of its superstars, especially Bob Marley. So close was Vivien to Bob and the Wailers that she was a guest at his Kingston home just days before gunmen came in a rush to kill “The Skip.” Now, in The Book of Exodus, Goldman chronicles the making of this album, from its conception in Jamaica to the raucous but intense all-night studio sessions in London. But The Book of Exodus is so much more than a making-of-a-record story. This remarkable book takes us through the history of Jamaican music, Marley’s own personal journey from the Trench Town ghetto to his status as global superstar, as well as Marley’s deep spiritual practice of Rastafari and the roots of this religion. Goldman also traces the biblical themes of the Exodus story, and its practical relevance to us today, through various other art forms, leading up to and culminating with Exodus. Never before has there been such an intimate, first-hand portrait of Marley’s spirituality, his political involvement, and his life in exile in London, leading up to histriumphant return to the stage in Jamaica at the Peace Concert of 1978. Here is an unforgettable portrait of Bob Marley and an acutely perceptive appreciation of his musical and spiritual legacy.

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Exodus

... attempt at the exegetical elucidation of the book of Exodus. The right understanding of the Book of God is all the vindication it needs with the earnest reader. INTRODUCTION. IX. EXODUSTHE Book of Exodus is the record of 12 PREFACE.

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Exodus


A Redactional Study of the Book of Isaiah 13 23

Although Moses and the Israelites do rejoice as they experience the miracle at the Red Sea in Ex15, the words ןושש and הנר do not appear at all in the book of Exodus. Moreover, while in Ps 105 this rejoicing of YHWH's people is ...

A Redactional Study of the Book of Isaiah 13 23

A Redactional Study of the Book of Isaiah 13-23 argues that a series of programmatic additions were made to the oracles concerning the nations in Isaiah 13-23 during the late-exilic period by the same circle of writers who were responsible for Isaiah 40-55. These additions were made to create continuity between the ancient oracles against the nations from the Isaiah tradition and the future fate of the same nations as the late-exilic redactor(s) foresaw. The additions portray a two-sided vision concerning the nations. One group of passages depicts a positive turn for certain nations while the other group of passages continues to pronounce doom against the remaining nations. This double-sided vision is set out first in Isaiah 14 surrounding the famous taunt against the fallen tyrant. 14:1-2, before the taunt, paints the broad picture of the future return of the exiles and the attachment of the gentiles to the people of Israel. After the taunt and other sayings of YHWH against his enemies, 14:26-27 extends the sphere of the underlying theme of 14:4b-25a, namely YHWH's judgement against boastful and tyrannical power(s), to all nations and the whole earth. The two sides of this vision are then applied accordingly to the rest of the oracles concerning nations in chapters 13-23. To the nations that have experienced similar disasters as the people of Israel, words of hope in line with 14:1-2 were given. To the nations that still possessed some prominence and reasons to be proud, words of doom in line with 14:26-27 were decreed.

Be Delivered

Part of the well-loved "Be" series by Warren Wiersbe, "Be Delivered" explores the Book of Exodus and provides solid biblical information with practical application. A personal and group study guide is included.

Be Delivered

Part of the well-loved "Be" series by Warren Wiersbe, "Be Delivered" explores the Book of Exodus and provides solid biblical information with practical application. A personal and group study guide is included.

Exodus in the New Testament

Michelle Fletcher What is Revelation's relationship with the book of Exodus? Revelation does not behave in a way that makes examination of its relationship with any specific traditions or texts easy. Quite the opposite in fact.

Exodus in the New Testament

In focusing exclusively on the book of Exodus and its constant allusions in the New Testament, this new collection of studies seeks both to increase knowledge of the textual transmission of Exodus in the first century, and to encourage further methodological reflection on the use of Scripture vs. scriptural traditions as employed by ancient authors. First exploring the role of Exodus within Judaism in the Second Temple Period, the contributors then reflect upon the rhetorical impact of Exodus citations and allusions in the New Testament. By taking the reader from the Four Gospels through the Pauline and Disputed Letters and Hebrews, and all the way to Revelation itself, this volume demonstrates both the unity and the diversity of appeals to Exodus traditions in Jewish and Christian literature within the Second Temple Period.

Being Missional Becoming Missional

The theme of the presence of Yahweh is dominant particularly in two Old Testament books—Genesis and Exodus— which are significant for Israel's missional formation. Genesis 12–50 presents Yahweh's presence working in the lives of the ...

Being Missional  Becoming Missional

This book explores the theme of the missional conversion of the church, namely how the church is transformed toward its missionary vocation, from a biblical-theological perspective. The purpose of this book is to find biblically grounded, theologically sound, and practically applicable principles helpful for the church which seeks to be continuously shaped into a missional community which authentically and fully participates in God’s mission today. The biblical-theological findings on how the triune God in the biblical narrative shapes the people of God toward their missionary vocation demonstrates, first, that, in Scripture, the missional conversion of the church is primarily the consequence of its continuous encounter with the triune God, and, second, that this divine-human encounter for the missional conversion of the church is ineluctable in view of the ongoing tension between the missional faithfulness of God in fulfilling the missionary vocation of the church, on the one hand, and the missional failure of the church in its missionary vocation, on the other hand.

The Book of Revolutions

the Decalogue in Exodus and Deuteronomy, to more consequential ones, such as the differences in the laws regulating Passover observance in Exodus and Deuteronomy, or the differences between texts ruling whether Hebrew slaves may be ...

The Book of Revolutions

The Torah is truly the Book of Revolutions, born from a military coup (the Northern Israelite revolution), the aftermath of an assassination and regency (a Judean revolution), and a quiet but radical revolution effected by outsiders whose ideas proved persuasive (Babylonian exile). Emerging from each of these were three key legal codes—the Covenant Code (Exodus), the Deuteronomic Code (Deuteronomy), and the Holiness Code (Leviticus)—which in turn shaped the Bible, biblical Judaism, and Judaism today. In dramatic historical accounts grounded in recent Bible scholarship, Edward Feld unveils the epic saga of ancient Israel as the visionary legacy of inspired authors in different times and places. Prophetic teaching and differing social realities shaped new understandings concretized in these law codes. Revolutionary biblical ideas often encountered great difficulties in their time before they triumphed. Eventually master editors wove the threads together, intentionally preserving competing narratives and law codes. Ultimately, the Torah is an emblem of pluralistic belief born of revolutionary moments that preserved spiritual realities that continue to speak powerfully to us today.

The Book of the Torah

EXODUS 1-15 1. Indeed , George Coats has suggested that the figure of Moses binds together the entire Pentateuch . See , most recently , his Genesis , 5–7 , 14–15 . The term “ saga " is also used by Martin Buber , Moses : The Revelation ...

The Book of the Torah

"A sound piece of work. Its holistic, final-form approach reflects the major trend in biblical criticism. It is perceptive, sensitive, thoughtful and stimulation".---David Gunn Professor of Old Testament, Columbia Theological Seminary

A Commentary on the Book of Exodus

Unhappily the author died after completing only three of his commentaries (two on Genesis and one on Exodus). The present volume, A commentary on the Book of Exodus, is the last of the commentaries to be rendered into English.

A Commentary on the Book of Exodus

The late Professor U. Cassuto had originally planned to write, in Hebrew, a monumental commentary on the Bible that would comprise a series of detailed expositions of the Book of Genesis, and less elaborate commentaries, consisting of one volume for each book, devoted to the remaining four books of the Pentateuch. It was also his intention to compose a compendious Introduction to the Torah as a whole, and a comprehensive commentary on the Book of Psalms. Unhappily the author died after completing only three of his commentaries (two on Genesis and one on Exodus). 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. Cassuto succeeds in injecting a sense of dramatic excitement into his interpretations. Without neglecting the scientific data provided by archeological and philological research, he makes us conscious of the literary attributes of the Bible. Unlike the volumes dealing with the first two pericopes of Genesis, the present work does not separate the annotations from the Biblical text, but forms a continuous, unified commentary in which the Scriptural citations are interlinked with the exposition. The elements are so closely and artistically interwoven as to form a new literary entity not a text with notes, but a homogeneous expository work, which must rank among the finest modern contributions to the treasury of Biblical learning.

Exodus

One in an ongoing series of esteemed and popular Bible commentary volumes based on the New International Version text.

Exodus

One in an ongoing series of esteemed and popular Bible commentary volumes based on the New International Version text.

Exodus

The second book of the Bible tells the story of Moses and how he led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt.

Exodus

The second book of the Bible tells the story of Moses and how he led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt.

Prophets Prophecy and Ancient Israelite Historiography

Exodus 11:1–10: One Last Smiting for Egypt A series of three speeches announces the intention of Israel's god to smite Egypt's ... Among others, A. H. McNeile, The Book of Exodus (Westminster Commentaries; London: Methuen, 1908) 60; ...

Prophets  Prophecy  and Ancient Israelite Historiography

The 18 essays by members of the Canadian Society for Biblical Studies published in this volume showcase the work of leading authorities on ancient Israelite and Jewish historiography as it intersects with the phenomenon of prophecy. A deep divide exists between the traditions of historiography and prophecy in the academic study of the Hebrew Bible, and the concern of the contributors is to close that gap, to expose the close relationship between these two traditions in the literature of the Hebrew Bible. The first section of the book explores prophecy and prophets in ancient Israelite and Jewish historiographic books (Torah, Deuteronomistic History, Chronicles, Ezra–Nehemiah, Second Temple Jewish historiography). The second section surveys historiography in Israelite and Jewish prophetic books (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Book of the Twelve, Daniel, 1 Enoch). The contributors engage diverse methodological perspectives in these studies, the goal first being to show the role that the prophets played within the great Hebrew historiographic works and, second, to demonstrate the role that historiography plays within the great Hebrew prophetic works; this makes it clear that the influence is bidirectional. Prophets, Prophecy, and Ancient Israelite Historiography will be of value for advanced students and scholars working on historiographic and prophetic materials in the ancient Israelite and Jewish traditions, featuring the best of research and analysis and interacting with many major ancient literary traditions of historiography and prophecy.

Exodus

Our study will include explanations of those animal sacrifices and how Christ fulfilled them. This book was written to make Exodus more enjoyable and profitable in Bible study.

Exodus

The divine plan in Exodus was conceived by God before the creation, because Jesus was the Lamb slain before the foundation of the world. This is the central theme of the Bible, and if a person did not know about it, the Bible would remain a mystery. The Bible has been interpreted many ways, but if we could state the theme and central message of the Bible, then we could understand it much better. Exodus offers us a portion of that plan. Exodus is a story, which makes it easy to read. It is the story of redemption and salvation and of the life of Israel afterward, in which God told them what sacrifices would please Him and how to build Him a house. Our study will include explanations of those animal sacrifices and how Christ fulfilled them. This book was written to make Exodus more enjoyable and profitable in Bible study.

Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages

Exodus. Groningcn-Den Haag 1928r TeV) 0. bother, Damonenfurcht und Ddmonenabwehr. Stuttgart etc. 1970 m. hi hi r. Moses. Heidelberg 1952J u. casslto. A commentary on the book of Exodus. Jerusalem 1967 B. S. CHILDS, Exodus. A Commentary.

Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages


Northfield Echoes

book . “ The middle books of the Pentateuch ” are Exodus , Leviticus , and Numbers , and are essentially one book . Genesis leads up to this triple book , and Deuteronomy is a summary of it . Exodus has been called the prophetic book of ...

Northfield Echoes