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The purpose of this volume is to take a fresh look at the text of Exodus in the light of recent archaeological and historical studies. Special consideration is given to the first twelve chapters of the book in the light of Egyptian religious and political customs. Where appropriate, reference is made to the Hebrew text. The documentation and bibliography are designed to aid the serious Bible student in studying certain problems in greater depth. It is the author's desire that this volume will not only be intellectually informative but also spiritually stimulating, thus leading the reader to greater Christian growth and maturity. Author Davis was Executive Vice President of Grace College and Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana. This is the fourth volume to be issued in the Old Testament Studies series.
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