Bible commentary (Jewish sources) - Exodus

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Just as Genesis is the book of beginnings, Exodus also portrays a new beginning. The word Exodus is related to the word Exit – indicating a departure from one situation and moving toward another, new experience. The Yisraelites left a life of slavery to return to their homeland – the land promised to Avraham, Yitschak and Yaakov. But their return was  also a return to their God.

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Just as Genesis is the book of beginnings, Exodus also portrays a new beginning. The word Exodus is related to the word Exit – indicating a departure from one situation and moving toward another, new experience. The Yisraelites left a life of slavery to return to their homeland – the land promised to Avraham, Yitschak and Yaakov. But their return was not only to a land, it was also a return to their God. While in Egypt, under the heavy hand of their taskmasters, much of their religion had been laid aside and nearly forgotten. Hashem now called them out of their dire situation and called them to Himself—He would form them into His own Chosen People. Exodus is not only the story of the deliverance from slavery, but a return to God.
In this book, Dr. Richard Elofer expertly guides us through this story, pointing out features and concepts that are firmly grounded in Scripture and enhanced by the Jewish understanding as found in the Jewish tradition and writings. Join us as we accompany Bnei Yisrael toward their destiny.

  • Edition 2021
  • Broché souple
  • 14.8 x 21.0 x 2.7 cm
  • 495 pages

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Bible commentary (Jewish sources) - Exodus

Bible commentary (Jewish sources) - Exodus

Just as Genesis is the book of beginnings, Exodus also portrays a new beginning. The word Exodus is related to the word Exit – indicating a departure from one situation and moving toward another, new experience. The Yisraelites left a life of slavery to return to their homeland – the land promised to Avraham, Yitschak and Yaakov. But their return was  also a return to their God.

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