Why study the book of Exodus when we have the New Testament? Exodus is the theological book of the Bible. It is the book of Exodus that provides the theological framework within which the rest of the Bible operates. Genesis sets the scene for the whole Bible, but Exodus maps out the theological logic, the doctrinal details of the Bible.
Why study the book of Exodus when we have the New Testament? Exodus is the theological book of the Bible. It is the book of Exodus that provides the theological framework within which the rest of the Bible operates. Genesis sets the scene for the whole Bible, but Exodus maps out the theological logic, the doctrinal details of the Bible. The ten programs cover the 40 chapters of Exodus as follows:
1: The Lord Hears (ch. 1-2)
2: The Lord Commissions (ch. 3-4)
3: The Lord Opposes (ch. 5-10)
4: The Lord Judges (ch. 11-13)
5: The Lord Delivers (ch. 14-18)
6: The Lord Speaks (ch. 19-24)
7: The Lord Mediates (ch. 32-34)
8: The Tabernacle: Its Layout (parts 8-10 cover ch. 39-40)
9: The Tabernacle: Its Furniture
10: The Tabernacle: Its Priesthood
Each segment is approximately 15 minutes.
Featured guest is Joseph Steinberg - from Florida now works in the UK heading up ‘Jews for Jesus.’
Scripture quotations taken from NIV version unless otherwise noted.
Vision Video has produced another excellent selection in their study of the Old Testament. Guest Joseph Steinberg is the director of "Jews for Jesus" in the United Kingdom. Hosts, Bewes, rector of All Souls Church in London and Blackham, a theologian, cover the forty chapters of Exodus in ten, approximately fifteen minute segments. The accompanying study guide is written by Blackham and includes in each Bible study segment key truths, short discussion of content, additional questions, and daily reading suggestions. Also in the study guide discussion of the tabernacle are interesting diagrams and drawings of the building design and furnishings. The video follows a straightforward discussion format that will not appeal to those interested in entertainment styled Bible study. The discussions are well thought out and follow scripture. Steinberg's insights from a Jewish point of view are interesting and assist the participant in understanding Exodus from the aspect of those who wrote it. It is appropriate for congregational and academic libraries as well as small group Bible study and as a student reference for the study of Exodus. - Reviewed by Sharon Hinton RN, BSN, LP, Librarian, First United Methodist Church, Floydada, TX
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