Publisher Broadman & Holman
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Great pastoral commentary to be used for preaching and understanding Exodus. Stuart includes a solid amount of historical information. This is my first choice when going through Exodus.
A solid evangelical commentary on Exodus. The exegesis in Stuart’s commentary is a mixture of some technical discussion combined with less-technical exposition. Stuart sees Exodus 6:6-8 as the verses that sum up the theological message of the book. Scattered throughout the commentary are several ‘excursuses’ that are outstanding discussions of some tough issues in Exodus: the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart,... [Full Review]
Conservative, semi-technical. Stuart strikes an expert balance between commentary proper and scholastic footnoting. Engaging and erudite, the best commentary on Exodus.
I first discovered Douglas Stuart's work when I read his Old Testament Exegesis textbook. Some years later, I read his commentary on Hosea - Jonah and was very impressed. I had high expectations, therefore, when I obtained a copy of his recently published commentary on Exodus, and I was not disappointed. Stuart begins his work with a thirty page Introduction containing a very helpful emphasis on the theology of Exodus. He then moves directly into the text with a verse by verse examination of Exodus that extends approximately 750 pages. Stuart's comments on the biblical text are clear and readable. The more technical issues are relegated to the footnotes. This is now the first commentary on Exodus to which I turn. [Full Review]
mportant Evangelical commentary with valuable exegetical insights. [Full Review]