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Number of Pages: 768
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 6.25 (inches)|
Series: Eerdmans Critical Commentary
Moses and the Gods of Egypt: Studies in Exodus, Second EditionJohn J. DavisBMH Books / 1986 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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Dozeman clarifies the multiple literary genres within the text, identifies only two separate authors in the books composition, and highlights the rich insights that arise from the comparative study of the ancient Near Eastern literary tradition. Also treating the influence of Exodus in the history of Jewish and Christian interpretation, Dozemans comprehensive commentary will be welcomed by Old Testament scholars.
"Constant interaction with modern scholarship on all levels, as well as its emphasis on exegesis as the disclosure and interaction of historically distinctive compositions, earns [this book] a distinctive place on the scholars library shelf."
Journal of Theological Studies
"The sheer amount of information given in the commentary is amazing, and any reader who already has some competence in the subject will feel indebted to Dozeman for spreading such a varied buffet to select from."
Review of Biblical Literature
"Dozemans commentary is a major advancement in the study of the book of Exodus."
Theological Book Review
"Dozeman demonstrates great skill in handling Exodus theologically and with excellent insight. . . . Bible scholars and teachers will find Dozemans commentary on Exodus a thought-provoking guide."
Catholic Biblical Quarterly
"Dozeman has authored a masterful commentary on the Book of Exodus. . . . I highly recommend it."