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A Historical and Critical Commentary on the Old Testament: Exodus
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A Historical and Critical Commentary on the Old Testament: Exodus


Longman 1855

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M. M. Kalisch begins his commentary on Exodus with an in-depth introduction that explores the importance, name, contents, division, and unity of the book of Exodus. Kalisch then moves verse-by-verse through Exodus, providing helpful philological and theological notes and commentary for each passage.

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Key Features

  • Offers an in-depth introduction to the book of Exodus
  • Contains verse-by-verse commentary on Exodus
  • Provides philological and theological notes for each passage

Praise for the Print Edition

The author’s introductory remarks, prefixed to the several portions of the sacred narrative, contain treasures of biblical learning.

Biblio Sacra and Theological Review

His tone is reverential, his learning ample, his purpose conservative, his method honest, and his conclusions free.

The Westminster Review

Product Details

  • Title: A Historical and Critical Commentary on the Old Testament: Exodus
  • Author: M. M. Kalisch
  • Publisher: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans
  • Publication Date: 1855
  • Pages: 624

About M. M. Kalisch

Marcus Moritz Kalisch (1828–1885) studied classics, philology, and Semitic languages at Berlin University and the Rabbinical College of Berlin. His numerous works include A Hebrew Grammar with Exercises, A Sketch of the History of Palestine, as well as commentaries on Genesis and Leviticus.