Synopses & Reviews
What has the Exodus in common with the Christ of the New Testament? How are we to read and understand the book of Exodus in the wider perspective of God's redemptive plan for humanity? In the New Testament, we find various references to the book of Exodus, including the wonderful discourse of Christ on the road to Emmaus, showing them Christ "beginning with Moses". But how are we to recognize Christ in the book of Exodus?Henry Law, dean of Gloucester in the 18th century, drives us through the book of Exodus to discover together The Gospel of Exodus, to help us see how the Word of God reveals, in a prophetic and typical manner, the plan of redemption made even before the creation of this Universe.Henry Law (1797-1884) was a British theologian and minister, most famous for his 5 volumes on how to discover Christ in the Pentateuch. He was also instrumental in the life and missionary labors of Hudson Taylor.This book has been originally published in 1855. Current edition has been proofread, typeset for eBook readers, and slightly updated for modern readers.