This commentary is introduced by seventy-two pages of background information, including the literary structure of the book of Exodus, the customs and traditions of the Hebrews, a chart of the ten plagues, and a brief history of Egypt. Driver then delves into a verse-by-verse study of this second book of the Pentateuch.
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