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The Preacher's Commentary Vol. 2- Exodus by…

The Preacher's Commentary Vol. 2- Exodus

by Maxie D. Dunnam

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In this insightful exposition of the book of Exodus, Dr. Maxie Dunnam draws moving parallels between Israel's experience and our own need to be delivered from sin's slavery and to live as the people of God. The author also notes important parallels between Moses, God's agent and law-giver under the Old Covenant, and Christ, the mediator of the New Covenant. Writing with the conviction that Exodus is a book for everyone, not just the professional scholar, Dr. Dunnam shows a consistent theme of the commentary to be the challenge of lordship. This is an excellent guide for personal, as well as group Bible study.

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