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The Moses Tradition


Sheffield Academic Press 1993

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The Moses Tradition contains sixteen essays on the life of Moses. The authors employ form-critical and traditio-historical exegetical methods, paying careful attention to the text. The essays in this volume examine Exodus 3, Moses in Midan, Moses and Amalek in Exodus 17, the crossing of the sea in Israel’s early history, Moses and the golden calf, texts which describe Moses’ death, Moses’ marriage to a Cushite woman in Numbers 12, the call of Moses and Exodus 2, Moses as a model for ministry, healings, and more. The Moses Tradition is an authoritative summary of current scholarship on the life of Moses, and the implications of Moses in Israel’s history.

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  • Title: The Moses Tradition
  • Author: George W. Coats
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
  • Publication Date: 1992
  • Pages: 203

About George W. Coats

George W. Coats was professor emeritus of Old Testament at Lexington Theological Seminary, Kentucky before his death in 2006. He wrote the commentary on Exodus 1-18 and coauthored Numbers in the Forms of the Old Testament Literature Series (17 vols.).

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