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Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part II: The Consecration
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Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part II: The Consecration

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T&T Clark 1889

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Overview

Dr. Macgregor concludes his two-volume commentary on Exodus with notes on chapters 15–40, and includes study questions at the end of each chapter. Part two includes a helpful appendix entry on the construction of the Tabernacle.

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Key Features

  • Contains chapter notes on Exodus 15–40
  • Provides a helpful appendix on the Tabernacle
  • Includes study questions at the end of each chapter

Contents

  • Part II: Of the Consecration
    • The Song of Moses (15:1–21)
    • The March (15:1–21)
    • The Battle (17)
    • The Episode of Jethro’s Visit (18)
    • The Preparation (19)
    • The Ten Words (20)
    • The Book of the Covenant (21–24)
    • The Tabernacle History (Chaps. 25–40)

Praise for the Print Edition

It is a most painstaking and suggestive work. The general introduction will be found useful, with its exhaustive discussion of many points indispensable to an intelligent perusal of the Scripture narrative. The notes are excellent, and each section is followed by a carefully-constructed ‘exercise.’

London Literary World

Product Details

  • Title: Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, Etc., Part II: The Consecration
  • Author: James Macgregor
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1889
  • Pages: 181

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.