Exodus 1–18, 2 vols. (International Critical Commentary | ICC)
Davies brings together all the relevant aids to exegesis—linguistic, textual, philological, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological—to help the reader understand the text at hand. The first ten chapters of Exodus cover the affliction in Egypt and the finding of Moses as well as the plagues of Egypt and Moses’ interactions with Pharaoh. In addition to the parting of the waters and the defeat of Pharaoh’s army the chapters commented upon also include the so-called ‘Song of the Sea’ in Exodus 15, a complex hymn that Davies studies in depth, and the provision of manna in the desert. The textual issues are varied and Davies navigates them deftly, providing close commentary and profound insights into these well-known texts.
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