It is difficult to overestimate the importance of Moses to the unfolding of God's plan of salvation. Arguably, Moses is the most significant Old Testament figure because of his unique role as mediator of the old covenant. In this sense, Moses is the only parallel to Jesus Christ who is the mediator of a new and better covenant.
In his new book, From Bondage to Liberty: The Gospel According to Moses, Anthony Selvaggio focuses on the redemptive-historical aspects of Moses' life and ministry as manifested in the books of Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
"Nowhere does the theme of redemption shine more brightly in the Old Testament than in Exodus. Anthony Selvaggio draws us into the story of Moses in a most personal way. In concise and stirring chapters, he shows us the beauties of the Lord Jesus and teaches us practical lessons about godliness."
--Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids
"In this very practical book, Anthony Selvaggio brings to life Moses' role as forerunner of Jesus, our greater prophet, priest and king. You will find insights here that are simply expressed but which illuminate many a New Testament passage. I warmly recommend this work."
--Rev Dr Rowland S. Ward, Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia
"If you have wondered what Scriptures Jesus might have cited when he showed his disciples the things concerning himself 'beginning with Moses' (Luke 24:27), Anthony Selvaggio provides a significant part of the answer."
--Dennis E. Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California
"The book of Exodus is one of the most powerful presentations of Christ all of Scripture but because it comes to us in types and shadows it can seem remote. In this volume Anthony Selvaggio provides a welcome survey of and pathway into the Exodus that points us to Christ, the redemption he accomplished for us, and to his ongoing work in us."
--R. Scott Clark, DPhil, Professor of Church History and History Theology, Westminster Seminary California
Anthony T. Selvaggio (JD, The University of Buffalo School of Law; MDiv, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary) has written for reformation21.org over the years. He currently serves as a visiting professor of Biblical Studies at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is also Theologian in Residence at the Rochester Reformed Presbyterian Church in Rochester, New York.
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