Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch (Hardcover)

Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch By Barry J. Beitzel (Editor), Richard E. Averbeck (Contribution by), Vernon H. Alexander (Contribution by) Cover Image
By Barry J. Beitzel (Editor), Richard E. Averbeck (Contribution by), Vernon H. Alexander (Contribution by)
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Walk in the footsteps of the patriarchs.

  • Why do mountains play such important roles in the Bible?
  • Why do altars and wells matter?
  • How do the patriarchs' lives foreshadow Israel's story?


From the four rivers of Eden to Israel's wilderness wanderings, the biblical narratives in the Pentateuch are filled with geographical details. God's story of redemption takes place in the real, but often unfamiliar, world of the ancient Near East.

Written by a team of experts on biblical geography and culture, the Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch is a guide to the world of the patriarchs. Each article addresses a particular story, event, or subject in Genesis through Deuteronomy, with full-color maps and photos providing deeper layers of context. Historical and cultural insights give readers a richer understanding of the biblical story.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781683597292
ISBN-10: 168359729X
Publisher: Lexham Press
Publication Date: February 28th, 2024
Pages: 920
Language: English