Published November 1998
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|Contributions||Giora Carmi (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
Goldingay on Exodus and Leviticus was excellent. He does not translate and comment on every passage, especially when there is repetition, but you get the general gist of the books, especially Exodus. I still appreciate the format here and his style is familiar and authoritative and does a good job of relating foreign (to the modern American) practices and of making connections to the New /5. This third volume in Goldingay's series presents a rich overview of the action-packed book of Exodus and is an excellent guide to Jewish law as presented in the book of Leviticus. Pages: Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press Published: ISBN Author: John Goldingay. The Deuteronomic Collection forms the core of the Deuteronomy (D) and reflects this school’s way of thinking, incorporating such ideas as the prominence of the exodus and the importance of the underclasses, the text in Leviticus is part of the Holiness Collection (H), and reflects the Priestly philosophy of the Holiness school. In Exodus God was on Mount Sinai. In Leviticus God is in the tabernacle, in the tent of meeting. In Genesis God was in the heavens. In Exodus God came down to stay on Mount Sinai to do a work to build up His habitation on earth. In the last chapter of Exodus, the tabernacle was erected, and the furniture was arranged within it.
Exodus is a book about the redemption of God’s people. It tells how God made people free again. Leviticus is a book about atonement and living in holiness. It tells us how redeemed people became cleansed from sin, how those people must worship, and how those people must serve God. Who wrote the Books of Exodus and Leviticus? [I]t is vital to remember that Leviticus is part of a much larger story, especially the one told in Exodus. You could tell that story like this: In Exodus the Lord delivers his people from slavery with mighty signs and wonders () and brings them to Sinai (), telling them there that they are to be his “kingdom of priests and holy nation.”. Leviticus is about holiness (being set apart, separate)—both God’s holiness and the holiness He expects of His people. Whereas Exodus displays God’s holiness on a cosmic scale (sending plagues on Egypt, parting the Red Sea, etc.), Leviticus shows us the holiness of God in fine detail. A summary of Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy in 's Bible: The Old Testament. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Bible: The Old Testament and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
Genesis to Revelation: Exodus and Leviticus Student Book Paperback – September 1, by Keith Schoville (Author)5/5(1). In that the Exodus occurred in B.C., and that the Tabernacle (Israel’s mobile, central, physical focal point for worshipping God) according to Exodus was finished one year later, the book dates to B.C. Leviticus picks up the historical narrative once the Tabernacle is finished in the preceding book of Exodus. Leviticus is a challenging book, both for new Christians and casual Bible readers. Gone are the fascinating characters and suspenseful stories of are the epic Hollywood plagues and miracles found in Exodus. Acquire the Book of the Law. (Deuteronomy ) Be thankful to Yahweh in prayer, praise, and deed. (Deuteronomy ) The Temple and the Priests. Build the Holy sanctuary of Yahweh. (Exodus ) We must reverence Yahweh in the sanctuary of Yahweh. (Leviticus ).