The Gospel of Exodus: Misery, Deliverance, Gratitude
Michael P. V. Barrett surveys Exodus, giving special attention to the theological message of this formative Old Testament book. In doing so, he demonstrates that the real history of the exodus providentially serves as a paradigm of salvation. Through the...
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Michael P. V. Barrett surveys Exodus, giving special attention to the theological message of this formative Old Testament book. In doing so, he demonstrates that the real history of the exodus providentially serves as a paradigm of salvation. Through the three main themes of misery, deliverance, and gratitude, Exodus reveals God's power and faithfulness in keeping His covenant promise to deliver His people from the bondage of sin to the service of grace. Thus, it is pictorial prophecy of spiritual truths that find ultimate fulfillment in the person and work of Christ. Reading The Gospel of Exodus will help you do more than learn key facts of the exodus. It will teach you why those facts matter and help you see the spiritual benefits God intends for us regarding our own need of grace. Table of Contents: Part 1: The Facts of the Matter Chapter 1: Exodus-A Paradigm of Salvation Chapter 2: Exodus-Real History Part 2: The Matter of the Facts Misery Chapter 3: Misery-The Need for Deliverance Deliverance Chapter 4: Deliverance: The Emancipator(s) Excursus 1: Yahweh or Jehovah? Chapter 5: Deliverance: The Reason Chapter 6: Deliverance: The Means--Irresistible Power Chapter 7: Deliverance: The Means--Substitutionary Sacrifice Chapter 8: Deliverance: The Means--Faith Chapter 9: Deliverance: The Emancipated Excursus 2: The National Covenant Chapter 10: Deliverance: The Destination Gratitude Chapter 11: Gratitude: The Principle Chapter 12: Gratitude: The Decalogue--The Ethics of Thanks Excursus 3: More Thoughts on the Sabbath Chapter 13: Gratitude: The Book of the Covenant--The Extent of Ethics Chapter 14: Gratitude: The Tabernacle--A Picture of Worship Table: Diagram of the Tabernacle
Michael P. V. Barrett (Ph.D., Bob Jones University) is President of Geneva Reformed Seminary, the Theological Seminary of the Free Presbyterian Church of North America. He is also an ordained minister in the FPC serving as an Associate Minister of Faith Free Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC. His works include Beginning at Moses: A Guide to Finding Christ in the Old Testament; Complete in Him: A Guide to Understanding and Enjoying the Gospel; The Beauty of Holiness: A Guide to Biblical Worship; God's Unfailing Purpose: The Message of Daniel and Love Divine and Unfailing: The Gospel According to Hosea.