Musings on Exodus #2

“This, it seems to me, is what it means to ‘preach Exodus’ – to confront people with the jealous God who redeemed them; who expects their exclusive allegiance and fidelity; who wants them, mind, body and spirit; who demands their undivided attention; who will not brook any rivals for his affection; and who in his tender-hearted compassion and loving kindness is committed to doing what it takes to maintain that relationship, including provision for reconciliation and fellowship in the face of Israel’s addiction to sin”

R.Gibson, Name Above All Names: Preaching Exodus, in B.S.Rosner & P.R.Williamson (eds), Exploring Exodus:Literary, theological and contemporary approaches (Nottingham: Apollos, 2008), 211.

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