The Triple Tradition of the Exodus: A Study of the Structure of the Later Pentateuchal Books, Reproducing the Sources of the Narrative, and Further Illustrating the Presence of Bibles Within the Bible
This book contains a detailed analysis of the original Hebrew text of the Biblical book of Exodus.
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Aaron according already analysis appears Balaam Balak behold blessing Book bring brought called camp character children of Israel cities cloud commanded congregation connection course covenant critics divine document Egyptians elders element fact fathers follow give given hand hath Joshua journeyed king land of Egypt later material Meeting Moab Moses and Aaron mount narrative offering original pass passage Pharaoh plague position present priest priestly probably prophetic reference refs relation saying seems sent servants sight Sinai sons spake speak stand stone story tables taken Tent thee thine thing thou shalt took trace tribe turned unto Moses unto Yahweh whole wilderness xviii xxiv xxxiii xxxiv Yahweh said unto