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Opening the Scriptures: Exodus


Christian’s Library Press 2013

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Opening the Scriptures is neither a new series of technical commentaries, nor is it a collection of sermons. Instead it offers devout church members a series of popularly accessible primers so that the average churchgoer can easily grasp them.

In this volume, readers are provided with an introduction to the book of Exodus, the second book of the Law of Moses or Torah. This portion of the Bible is chiefly intended to give instruction about the series of covenants God made with Abraham and his seed. Vonk’s commentary covers the entire book, with special focus on deliverance from Egypt, the Golden Calf, and the construction and furnishings of the Tabernacle.

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Key Features

  • Presents a scholarly commentaries on Genesis written for the average churchgoer
  • Offers a clear emphasis on God’s covenant with his people
  • Includes examinations of Scripture through a redemptive-historical lens


  • Learning to Love the Law
  • A Fundamental Place within Scripture and the Pentateuch
  • Deliverance from Egypt (Part 1: Exodus 1:1–15:21)
  • The Journey to Horeb (Part 2: Exodus 15:22–18:27)
  • Making a Covenant at Horeb (Part 3: Exodus 19–24)
  • The Golden Calf (Exodus 32–34)
  • The Building of the Tabernacle (Part 4: Exodus 25–40)
  • The Tabernacle Construction and Furnishings
  • Looking Back at the Book of Exodus

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About Cornelis Vonk

Cornelis Vonk (1904–1993) was a Reformed preacher and pastor in the Netherlands during the twentieth century. His sermons and studies are widely known and appreciated today as a warmly devotional and pastoral treatment of the Bible.

About the Translators

Theodore Plantinga (1947–2008) was a Christian philosopher, born in the Netherlands, who worked as a translator, editor, secretary, professor, and writer in Canada for over 50 years. He taught philosophy at Redeemer University College from its founding in 1982 until his death.

Nelson D. Kloosterman serves as executive director of Worldview Resources International. He has edited and translated several scholarly works.

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