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Exodus (Cambridge Bible Commentaries on the Old Testament) (edition 1972)

by Ronald E. Clements

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Title:Exodus (Cambridge Bible Commentaries on the Old Testament)
Authors:Ronald E. Clements
Info:Cambridge University Press (1972), Edition: 0, Paperback, 260 pages
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Dr Clements' volume, like others in the series, contains the text in the New English Bible translation, divided into sections, with introductory material preceding, and a commentary directly following each section of the text. Dr Clements discusses the content and historical background of the book, and the theories about the authorship of Exodus, identifying briefly the four main sources. Although the content of Exodus is largely devoted to the narrative of the escape of the Israelites from Egypt, Dr Clements treats the book as a truly religious work, in which history and faith are inseparably woven together.

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