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Believers Church Bible Commentary
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Exodus : Believers Church Bible Commentary
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Waldemar Janzen (Mennonite Church) offers a fresh approach to the book of Exodus. The liberation from Egypt is a prelude to Israels unique calling to model before the nations a new life of service under God. Exodus portrays how God, through his servant Moses, wages a dramatic battle with Egypts mighty ruler for the release of enslaved Israel.
After wresting Israel from Pharaohs enslavement, God fights for the soul of his doubting and resistant people. Even after Israels covenant commitment to be Gods "priestly kingdom and holy nation," Israel breaks away again.
Gods grace wrests Israel away once more, this time from captivity to its own doubts, fears, and self-centeredness. In the last chapters, Exodus portrays a people focused in faith on the imageless presence of God in its midst.
This book presents essays on themes useful for teaching, preaching, and Bible study; bibliographies; charts; a map; and an index. "Believers church" refers to churches in the Anabaptist heritage of faith. The BCBC series is sponsored by six denominations: Brethren Church, Church of the Brethren, Brethren in Christ Church, General Conference Mennonite Church, Mennonite Brethren Church, and Mennonite church
Exodus : Believers Church Bible Commentary by Waldemar Janzen was published by Herald Press in December 2000 and is our 60831st best seller. The ISBN for Exodus : Believers Church Bible Commentary is 9780836191349.
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|Page last updated||15th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Waldemar Janzen|
|Publisher||Herald Press (December 2000)|
|Number of Pages||512|