W. Eugene March shares the amazing journey of Gods chosen people from slavery in Egypt to the freedom before entering into the Promised Land as described in Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers. This eight-week study focuses on real life issues such as conflicts, leadership, holy living, and offerings. While these books of the Bible take a scholars approach to the story of the Israelites, Immersion Bible Studies: Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers is written in easy to understand language that explains and clarifies the Scripture and helps grow our faith. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step suggestions for leading a group are provided, as well as questions to facilitate class discussion. Immersion, inspired by a fresh translationthe Common English Biblestands firmly on Scripture and helps readers explore the emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs of their personal faith. More importantly, theyll be able to discover Gods revelation through readings and reflections.
W. Eugene March is A. B. Rhodes Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. A frequent Bible study writer for many years for Presbyterian Outlook, he is co-author (with Donald L. Griggs) of Genesis from Scratch: The Old Testament for Beginners. He is the author also of Gods Tapestry: Reading the Bible in a World of Religious Diversity and The Wide, Wide Circle of Divine Love: A Biblical Case for Religious Diversity.