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Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part I: The Redemption: Egypt
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Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part I: The Redemption: Egypt

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T&T Clark 1889

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Overview

Before giving verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Exodus, James Macgregor provides a 90 page introduction to the book, covering such topics as “Revelation as fact in the history,” “The Revelation specifically of Redemption,” “Egypt-Sinai theatre of events—in place and time,” and more. Part 1 covers the book of Exodus chapters 1–14:31, and includes study questions at the end of each chapter.

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Key Features

  • Studies historical subjects on Exodus and Revelation
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Exodus
  • Includes study questions at the end of each chapter

Contents

  • Introduction
    • Description of the Book
    • Character of the Exodus Movement
    • Egypt-Sinai Theatre of Events—in Place and Time
    • Revelation, as a Fact in the History
    • The Revelation Specifically of Redemption
    • The Evidence of the Revelation
    • The Monuments of the Revelation
  • Part I: The Deliverance
    • Israel’s Preparation (Chap. 1)
    • Preparation of Moses (Chap. 2)
    • The Campaign in Plan: 1. Call of Moses (Chap. 3)
    • The Campaign in Plan: 2. Sending of Moses (Chap. 4)
    • Opening of the Campaign: 1. First Summons to Pharaoh (Chap. 5)
    • Opening of the Campaign: 2. View of the Situation of Jehovah’s Cause (Chap. 6)
    • Progress of the Campaign (7:14–10:29)
    • Close of the Campaign

Praise for the Print Edition

Every question is carefully discussed, so that all Bible students will find this neat and handy commentary of great service. It is full, clear, suggestive.

London Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part I: The Redemption: Egypt
  • Author: James Macgregor
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1889
  • Pages: 207

About James Macgregor

James Macgregor was professor of systematic theology in the New College, Edinburgh and the author of numerous books, including The Apology of the Christian Religion, Nature of the Divine Inspiration of Scripture, and The Epistle of Paul to the Churches of Galatia.