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God, Pharaoh and Moses: Explaining the Lord’s Actions in the Exodus Plagues Narrative

by Ford, William A.

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Overview

The story of the Exodus from Egypt is of fundamental importance, both in the Old Testament and beyond. However, it also contains issues that are theologically problematic for readers, especially concerning the actions of God. Why does God send a series of plagues on Egypt? How do we understand the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart? What do the answers to these questions say about the character of God?

This book addresses these questions, taking a narrative theological approach, reading the story as story. The picture that emerges is of God as responsive, speaking and acting to challenge the hearer to make the appropriate response to him.

Product Details

  • Title: God, Pharaoh and Moses: Explaining the Lord’s Actions in the Exodus Plagues Narrative
  • Author: William A. Ford
  • Series: Old Testament Studies Collection
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 248

About William A. Ford

William A. Ford studied at Oxford before completing his doctorate at Durham University.