Not many of us will spend 59 weeks teaching through the book of Exodus, but from August 2015 through June 2017, that’s what Kevin DeYoung did, making him the perfect person to talk about how to teach the book of Exodus. I interviewed DeYoung immediately after he was named the new pastor of Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina, as well as an assistant professor of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. This meant DeYoung’s final sermon on Exodus was also his final sermon as pastor of University Reformed Church in Lansing, Michigan.
In this two-part conversation, DeYoung offers insights into how to deal with challenges like the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart, as well as opportunities like the theophanies, the tabernacle, and the golden calf.
Resources on Exodus:
- Exodus: Saved for God’s Glory by Philip Graham Ryken
- Exodus by T. Desmond Alexander
- The Message of Exodus by J. Alec Motyer
- Exodus: A 12-Week Study by Matthew R. Newark