The book of Exodus is about a journey: a journey out of Egypt, but more particularly a journey from a land where God’s power, sovereignty and continuing interest in his people could be easily questioned, to a place where God dwelt in the midst of his people. Exodus describes God’s power, his redemption of his people, his covenant requirements at Sinai, and the rules of his worship.
John L. Mackay interacts with other scholars in either text or footnotes. In addition to exploring the meaning of the text he examines the chronology, authorship, composition and structure of Exodus. In addition, at the end of each section he provides a reflective comment.