A. R. S. Kennedy begins his translation of the book of Exodus with an in-depth introduction that covers Exodus as literature and as history, the route and date of the Exodus, the Tabernacle in the wilderness, some permanent lessons of Exodus, and more. Kennedy offers valuable notes on the text and provides an index of Exodus references found in English literature.
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- Offers A. R. S. Kennedy’s translation of the book of Exodus
- Covers the book of Exodus as literature and history
- Examines the events and lessons in the book of Exodus
- Synchronism of Ancient History
- Hebrew Weights and Measures: (Exodus)
- Measures of Length
- Surface or Linear Measure
- Measures of Capacity
- Measures for Liquids
- Biblical References in English Literature: Exodus
- Title: The Second Book of Moses Called Exodus
- Editor: A. R. S. Kennedy
- Publisher: J. M. Bent and Co.
- Publication Date: 1901
- Pages: 150
About A. R. S. Kennedy
Archibald Robert Stirling Kennedy (1859–1938) was professor of Hebrew and Semitic languages at the University of Edinburgh and professor of Hebrew at the University of Aberdeen from 1887-1894. His other works include The Unique Claims of the Jews, The Medals of Christ with Hebrew Inscriptions, and Creeds and Churches.