• "Here Are Your Gods"

    "Here Are Your Gods"

    Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times

    by Christopher J. H. Wright

    Christians desperately need to name and expose the modern-day false gods of prosperity, nationalism, and self-interest. Combining a biblical study of idolatry with practical discipleship, Old Testament scholar Christopher J. H. Wright calls readers to fight the temptation of idolatry as we consider connections between Old Testament patterns and today's culture.

  • Bearing God's Name

    Bearing God's Name

    Why Sinai Still Matters

    by Carmen Joy Imes
    Foreword by Christopher J. H. Wright

    What does the Old Testament—especially the law—have to do with your Christian life? In this warm, accessible volume, Carmen Joy Imes takes readers back to Sinai, arguing that we've misunderstood the command about "taking the Lord's name in vain." Instead, Imes says that this command is really about "bearing God's name," a theme that continues throughout the rest of Scripture.

  • The Messianic Vision of the Pentateuch

    The Messianic Vision of the Pentateuch

    by Kevin S. Chen

    Did Moses write about Jesus? Kevin Chen challenges the common view of the Pentateuch as focused primarily on the Mosaic Law, arguing instead that it sets forth a coherent, sweeping vision of the Messiah as the center of its theological message. Building on the work of John Sailhamer, Chen provides a fascinating study and an exegetical basis for a Christ-centered biblical theology.

  • The Liturgy of Creation

    The Liturgy of Creation

    Understanding Calendars in Old Testament Context

    by Michael LeFebvre
    Foreword by C. John Collins

    How were holidays chosen and taught in biblical Israel, and what did they have to do with the creation narrative? Michael LeFebvre considers the calendars of the Pentateuch, arguing that dates were added to Old Testament narratives not as journalistic details but to teach sacred rhythms of labor and worship. LeFebvre then applies this insight to the creation week, finding that the days of creation also serve a liturgical purpose.

  • Echoes of Exodus

    Echoes of Exodus

    Tracing a Biblical Motif

    by Bryan D. Estelle

    Israel’s exodus from Egypt is the Bible’s enduring emblem of deliverance. But more than just an epic moment, the exodus shapes the telling of Israel’s and the church’s gospel. In this guide for biblical theologians, preachers, and teachers, Bryan Estelle traces the exodus motif as it weaves through the canon of Scripture, wedding literary readings with biblical-theological insights.

  • How to Read Exodus

    How to Read Exodus

    How to Read Series

    by Tremper Longman III

    Tremper Longman provides a box-seat guide to Exodus, discussing its historical backdrop, sketching out its literary context, and developing its principal themes, from Israel's deliverance from servitude to Pharaoh to its dedication to service to God.

  • Exodus


    Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series

    by T. Desmond Alexander

    Desmond Alexander grapples with the complexities of the carefully constructed literary collage of Exodus. Recounting the greatest event of divine salvation in the Old Testament, the story of Exodus illustrates an all-important paradigm for understanding the nature and goal of divine salvation, anticipating an even greater exodus that will come through Jesus Christ.

  • Exodus


    Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries

    by R. Alan Cole

    R. Alan Cole provides introductory information and a passage-by-passage commentary on Exodus, a book crucial for understanding the message of the New Testament. Exodus tells of the saving acts of God, the instituting of Passover, the giving of the Law, and the stories of Moses (first prophet) and Aaron (first hight priest).

  • The Message of Exodus

    The Message of Exodus

    The Days of Our Pilgrimage

    The Bible Speaks Today Series

    by J. A. Motyer

    In this engaging commentary on Exodus, J. A. Motyer explores the character of God through his covenant promises and persistent faithfulness to the people of Israel.

  • The God Who Makes Himself Known

    The God Who Makes Himself Known

    The Missionary Heart of the Book of Exodus

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by W. Ross Blackburn
    Series Editor D.A. Carson

    Countering scholarly tendencies to fragment the text over theological difficulties, this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume contends that Exodus should be read as a unified whole, and that an appreciation of its missionary theme in its canonical context is of great help in dealing with the difficulties that the book poses.

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