In A Biblical Theology of Glory and Exodus Dr. Erika Moore explores the themes of God’s glory and the exodus in both the Old and New Testaments. Dr. Moore begins by defining biblical theology and explaining its importance and its Christocentric nature. She then explores prophecy fulfillment with a focus on the promised land and the use of the Old Testament in the New. From there, Dr. Moore traces the theme of God’s glory from the Pentateuch all the way to Revelation. The course concludes by tracing the use of exodus imagery throughout the Bible.
She’s currently professor of biblical studies and Hebrew at Trinity School for Ministry (Ambridge, PA) where she serves as chair of the biblical-studies department and as director of the STM (masters in sacred theology) program. She’s contributed to The Everyday Study Bible, The Woman’s Study Bible, The Dictionary of Biblical Imagery, The New Dictionary of Apologetics, Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry, and Writings, Presence, Power and Promise: The Role of the Spirit of God in the Old Testament, and has coauthored The Psalms as Christian Worship (2010) and The Psalms as Christian Lament with Bruce Waltke and James Houston.
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