"Blackburn deserves our thanks for skillfully steering us through the whole of Exodus, enabling us to see not only the trees but also the forest itself. Not only does the text of Exodus come alive in a new way, but the God of whom it speaks becomes more clearly known. To this end, Blackburn truly guides his readers to the missionary heart of Exodus." (T. Desmond Alexander, Evangelical Quarterly, 86.2 (2014))
"Blackburn's book is a stimulating study that will provide those who plan to preach or teach through the book of Exodus with much useful material." (Vox Reformata, 2013)
"I recommend this book to anyone with a desire to better understand the book of Exodus, especially the missionary theme of Exodus." (Kadija Hedley, Missiology, 41(4))
About the Author
W. Ross Blackburn (Ph.D., University of St. Andrews) serves as the rector of Christ the King, an Anglican Fellowship in Boone, North Carolina, and teaches biblical studies at Appalachian State University.
D. A. Carson is research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.