James G. Murphy’s commentary moves verse-by-verse through the book of Exodus, providing notes on the Hebrew text and the English translations, and includes insightful commentary still relevant over 100 years after its publication.
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- Contains verse-by-verse commentary on Exodus
- Includes notes on the Hebrew and English translations
- Offers an insightful and relevant interpretation of Exodus
- The Bondage in Egypt
- The Ten Plagues
- The Exodus
- The Lawgiving
- The Tabernacle
Praise for the Print Edition
The analysis and explanation of the historical as well as legal portions will generally be found both clear and satisfactory; and although the work emanates from a scholar who uses freely his knowledge of Hebrew, it is manifest that all readers of ordinary intelligence may use it without difficulty.
—The Journal of Sacred Literature and Biblical Record
Dr. Murphy combines a scientific education with a philological tact. We trust that his commentaries will have a wide circulation among our clergy.
It is thoroughly orthodox, and finds everywhere in the old dispensation types and shadows of the higher revelation which was yet to come.
—The Religious Magazine and Monthly Review
Thus far nothing has appeared for half a century on the Pentateuch so valuable as the present volume (on Exodus). His style is lucid, animated, and often eloquent. His pages afford golden suggestions and key thoughts.
—Methodist Quarterly Review
- Title: A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Exodus, with a New Translation
- Author: James G. Murphy
- Publisher: I. K. Funk and Co.
- Publication Date: 1881
- Pages: 232
About James G. Murphy
James G. Murphy was professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Assembly’s College and the author of numerous books, including The Elements of Hebrew Grammar, The Human Mind, Sacrifice as Set Forth in Scripture, and several commentaries on books of the Old and New Testaments.