Pentateuch, Vol.2 Charles Henry Mackintosh describes with enthusiasm the plan of salvation: God's remedy for sin and all its consequences through Christ's sacrificial death on the Cross, and the believer's relationship to God. Not forgotten is much moral teaching and advice. From these varied topics the author presents God's truth with much moral application in a simple and powerful way which has spoken effectively to God's people for well over a century. There is, too, so much to learn from the history of Israel - the failure to go into Canaan, the various lapses and rebellions, but yet the love of God for His people and the firmness of His purposes for them, as shown in the way He turned even the malice of their enemies into blessing. In all these, and more, the author shows the reader the ways of God, not only for the readers of his own day but for us today as well. C. H. Mackintosh draws out the basic truths of God's Word, so applicable to the saints of every age. His style is warm, very readable and clear. Every reader will gain spiritually from his writings.