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by Victor P. Hamilton
Author: Victor P. Hamilton
Publisher: Baker Academic; 56232nd edition (November 1, 2011)
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Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Perhaps even more important than his interaction with the latest scholarship, he answers the questions that people actually ask when they read the text. While his treatment of alternative viewpoints is always fair, he offers his own mature reflection on each passage with clarity and wit.
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Victor Hamilton, a highly regarded Old Testament scholar with over thirty years' experience in the classroom, offers a. .
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. Hamilton relates Exodus to the rest of Scripture and includes his own translation of the text.
Find sources: "Victor P. Hamilton" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (November 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). 1941-09-26) September 26, 1941 (age 78). Toronto, Ontario. "Victor P. Hamilton - profile". Retrieved 10 August 2015.
Oxford: Oxford University Press. An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical and Thematic Approach, 346–478.
Old Testament Library. Philadelphia: Westminster. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Narrative and Theology of Exodus. Before the book of Exodus begins to narrate an exodus ( a way out ) of Hebrews from Egypt, it first describes an eisodus ( a way into ) of a Hebrew family into Egypt. There cannot be, and need not be, an exodus unless there has been an eisodus.
by Victor P. Hamilton. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780801031830.
Hamilton divides the book into seven parts, with a few paragraphs introducing each part. Each pericope within in each part is outlined
by. Victor P. Hamilton divides the book into seven parts, with a few paragraphs introducing each part. Each pericope within in each part is outlined. He begins with a Translation, then Grammatical and Lexical Notes on each verse. This includes descriptions of the Hebrew words and a brief study on where else they are found and translated in the Hebrew Bible, how others have translated them, and the Hamilton's own open-ended questions. It is clearly written as a useful reference for teachers, pastors, and students of the Bible.