Old Testament

The Pentateuch

What is the book of Exodus about?

The word exodus means “a going out” or “departure,” usually of a large number of people. In the Bible, the Exodus refers to the departure of Jacob’s descendants, the Israelites—600,000 men, plus women and children—from their adopted home of Egypt to a land that God promised to them since the time of Abraham.


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