The Book of Exodus: Question by Question

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Paulist Press, 2009 - Religion - 343 pages
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"The fifth book in the Paulist Press series The Bible: Question by Question is a user-friendly guide to reading and understanding the second book of the Old Testament." "The Book of Exodus: Question by Question is divided into sections based on individual stories or sayings by the various authors and editors of Exodus. For each section, an introduction provides the basic information needed to read the biblical story in line with modern scholarship. Next, essential study questions are provided to help the reader wrestle with specific verses and theological contexts. The answers at the back of the book should be consulted by readers after they have invested time in reflecting on the questions and then in writing down their own responses. Concluding remarks, at times extensive, are provided at the end of each section to orient readers preparing to move on to the next chapter of Exodus." "This book is ideal for use by adult bible-study groups, by introductory scripture courses in --

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About the author (2009)

William Thomas Miller, SJ, who holds a doctorate in Old Testament from Union Theological Seminary, teaches courses in Old Testament and works in the formation program at Mt. Angel Seminary in St. Benedict, OR.

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