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Exodus, the Book of

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Exodus, the Book of: The second of the Five Books of Moses, relates the story of the Israelites' slavery in Egypt, their Exodus, the Giving of the Torah, the sin of the Golden Calf, and the construction of the Tabernacle.
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Every year, Jews gather around the dinner table—if possible, with family and friends—to recall the Exodus at the Passover Seder.
They had conceived, become swollen and pregnant, but were stuck and waiting to deliver. The womb that had been Egypt was now a place of confinement. It was the midwives who corrected this disconnection and brought the redemption into the world...
The Bread Our Forefathers Ate in the Land of Egypt More than a mere commemoration of past history, a Jew­ish holiday is an event to be personally experienced and re­lived. Every Jewish holiday has a contemporary message for every Jew in every time and pla...
Wherever your soul has taken you, there must be something of profound value that you uncovered there.
Good things are in store for you, because your future starts right now.
Explaining a perplexing passage in the Haggadah
Don't wait until you are in the mood to make a positive change. Do it now. Start your exodus today.
Moses wasn’t telling Yitro anything he didn’t know. Rather, he was trying to see if his father-in-law really possessed the mettle to join G‑d’s people.
An Essay on Parshat Shemot
The exile and the redemption in Exodus were not a one-time event, but merely the paradigm for an event that recurs again and again throughout our history—exile followed by redemption followed by exile again—and thus the metamorphosis of the Jewish people ...
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