Exodus | Series: Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Classes

Commentary on Exodus, 2 Vols. by James MacGregor

James MacGregor [1832-1910], Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, etc.: Part I.

This two volume commentary in the Handbooks for Bible Classes Series on the Book of Exodus was written by the Rev James MacGregor, Professor of Systematic Theology at New College, Edinburgh.

My thanks to Book Aid for making these public domain volumes available for digitisation.

James MacGregor [1832-1910], Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, etc.: Part I. The Redemption: Egypt. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, n.d.. Hbk. pp.207. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

James MacGregor [1832-1910], Exodus, with Introduction, Commentary, and Special Notes, etc.: Part II. The Consecration. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1909. Hbk. pp.181. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  1. Description of the Book
  2. Character of the Exodus Movement
  3. Egypt-Sinai theatre of Events—in place and time
  4. Revelation, as a fact in the history
  5. The Revelation specifically of Redemption
  6. The evidence of the revelation
  7. The monuments of the revelation
  • Commentary

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