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Hearing The Way

What the First Christians Heard in the Story of Jesus

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The Exodus was a dominant and defining story in the Jewish nation, life and faith—and it became one of the foundational ways in which His fi rst followers understood Jesus and, in turn, the New Testament writers explained who Jesus was and what He did. So this story also becomes a key for our understanding of Jesus, the early church and the New Testament, and for what it means for us to follow Jesus today.
“In this thoughtful and accessible volume, Kayle de Waal has shown us the way that challenging and high-quality biblical research can continue to enrich the life and witness of the disciple community. With a scholar’s grasp of literary structure and a pastor’s skill in bringing the Word to the life lived, he has offered a ‘new exodus’ of his own—one that leads the worshipping fellowship of Christ-followers out of the naïve and simplistic readings of Scripture that we too often settle for. Having followed de Waal on his exploration of ‘the way’, I will never read the New Testament as I used to—and that’s a gift I celebrate.”
—Dr Bill Knott, Editor, Adventist Review and Adventist World
“Kayle de Waal makes a persuasive case for the importance of understanding the motif of the ‘way’ in the New Testament on the basis of strong connections with the Old Testament, urging Jesus as the final, superior, and climactic Way to be admired and followed.”
—Jiří Moskala, Dean, Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary, Professor of Old Testament Exegesis and Theology

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