Studies on Exodus (5 vols.) is an essential collection of scholarly works on this book of the Old Testament. Perfect for students and professors and filled with over 1,300 pages of analysis and exegesis, these studies focus on literary criticism, narrative structure, textual criticism, and cultural and historical concerns. Topics covered include the intersection between story and theology, how the laws can be categorized as a literary unit, and the place and significance of pilgrimage in Hebraic tradition and history. The books in this collection are written by top experts in their fields, including Joe M. Sprinkle, Gordon F. Davies, and R. W. L. Moberly.
This academic collection is necessary for any student of the Old Testament and anyone wanting to gain a greater understanding of the literary significance of laws and the pilgrimage. With the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to the Hebrew texts in your library, providing easy and effective study time.
- Over 1,300 pages of academic exegesis
- Expert contributors
- Includes detailed table of contents, indexes, and bibliographies to aid study
- Title: Studies in Exodus (5 vols.)
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,305