By James M. Hamilton Jr.
In Exodus 34 Moses asks to determine God’s glory, and Godreveals himself as a God who's merciful and simply. James HamiltonJr. contends that from this passage comes a biblical theology thatunites the meta-narrative of Scripture below one crucial theme:God’s glory in salvation via judgment.Hamilton starts within the previous testomony by way of displaying that Israel wassaved via God’s judgment at the Egyptians and theCaananites. God was once glorified via either his judgment and mercy,accorded in salvation to Israel. the hot testomony unfolds theultimate exhibit of God’s glory in justice and mercy, as itwas God’s righteous judgment proven at the pass that broughtus salvation. God’s glory in salvation via judgment willbe proven on the finish of time, while Christ returns to pass judgement on hisenemies and retailer all who've referred to as on his name.Hamilton strikes in the course of the Bible e-book via e-book, exhibiting thatthere is one theological middle to the entire Bible. Thevolume’s systematic process and scope make it a uniqueresource for pastors, professors, and scholars.