"Hamilton's commentary on Exodus contains his own unique, detailed, and constructive translation and interpretations of the texts of Exodus fueled by a wide-ranging dialogue with a wealth of previous scholarship. A rich feast of theologically fruitful insights."--Dennis Olson, Princeton Theological Seminary
Victor Hamilton, a highly regarded Old Testament scholar with over thirty years' experience in the classroom, offers a comprehensive exegesis of the book of Exodus. Written in a clear and accessible style, this major, up-to-date, evangelical, exegetical commentary opens up the riches of the book of Exodus. Hamilton relates Exodus to the rest of Scripture and includes his own translation of the text. This commentary will be valued by professors and students of the Old Testament as well as pastors.
I. Oppression in Egypt (1:1-6:1)
II. Liberation from Egypt (6:2-15:21)
III. Testing Time in the Wilderness (15:22-18:27)
IV. Covenant and Law at Sinai (19:1-24:18)
V. How to Build the Tabernacle (25:1-31:18)
VI. The Gold Calf and Covenant Renewal (32:1-34:35)
VII. Tabernacle Built, God's Glory Fills (35:1-40:38)
Victor P. Hamilton
Victor P. Hamilton (PhD, Brandeis University), now retired, was professor of Bible and theology at Asbury University for more than thirty-five years. He is the author of major commentaries on Genesis and Exodus as well as Handbook on the Historical Books.