The Book of Exodus (Commentary) - Peter S. Ruckman
Exodus is treated as and accurate historical account of the persons and events surrounding the beginnings of the nation of Israel. The attacks of the scholars upon the text are critiqued from a believing point of view. Moses is shown as a type of Christ and the Tabernacle as a picture of New Testament salvation. Future application to the Tribulation is shown; and updated, colorful interpretations of the people and events are given.
|Author||Dr. Peter S. Ruckman|
|Number of Pages||908|