This volume on Exodus chapters 19–40 covers the giving of the law at Mount Sinai and the institution of the Old Testament system of worship, culminating in the consecration of the tabernacle, the visible symbol of God’s presence with his people. The account which began with Israel enduring oppression and in slavery to Pharaoh concludes with them enjoying freedom and traveling to the land of promise with the only true God present with them and leading them.
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“In these two verses we encounter the third step of a covenant agreement—stipulations.7” (Page 16)
“It may perhaps refer to a pre-Aaronic priesthood among the Hebrews (Gen. 14:18; Exod. 2:16), but it is more likely that it applies to the first-born males (Exod. 13:1–2, 11–16) who were functioning as priests until replaced by the Aaronic priesthood.” (Page 30)
“The Hebrew debtor-slave was not without recourse regarding his family. He certainly had the right of obtaining manumission for them by paying a ransom (Lev. 25:47–55).” (Page 66)
“The same actions of burning, grinding and scattering are in this text, and they are to be understood metaphorically for the total annihilation of the god.” (Page 281)
“So both parties of the covenant were represented by physical signs—Yahweh by the altar and Israel by the pillars.” (Page 136)