Recommended Commentaries: Exodus

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Exodus Commentaries

We asked Michael Heiser, resident scholar and academic editor for Logos Bible Software, to give us his favorite commentaries on Exodus. Here are a few of his choices in no particular order:

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Here are a few commentaries suggested by Logos users:

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Comments

  1. cr garrison says:

    My favorite commentary on Exodus is John D. Currid’s 2 vol one from Evangelical Press. It does not deal much in technical or language issues, but it is a good exegetical look. Like all commentaries, I think it needs to be paired with another, probably WBC by Durham. More than one point of view makes me think hard. . .