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Journey Class: “Let My People Go” - Exploring the Opening of the Book of Exodus
g the Opening of the Book of Exodus
A five-week interactive exploration of the opening chapters of the book of Exodus.
Led by Dr. Sue Fry
10:45 AM via Zoom (&/or in person as pandemic conditions permit)
September 12—October 10
Aaron Douglas / Let My People Go / Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Book of Exodus has influenced the faith of Jews and Christians alike. Exodus has been inspirational for various voices of liberation. Children hear stories about the Exodus in Vacation Bible School and Sunday School. Images of the parting of the Sea and the plagues have been the subject of popular films. This class is a re-reading of Exodus for adults wishing to expand their faith and grow in spiritual trust. All are welcomed to join in all or any sessions as able.

September 12 Introduction / Overview of the Book of Exodus, “Images of Egypt and the Exodus”
September 19 The Centrality of Moses, The Oppression of the Hebrew People Exodus 1, The Protection of Moses Exodus 2
September 26 Yahweh Encounters Moses The Revelation of the Divine Name Exodus 3, 6
October 3 Yahweh and the Powers of Egypt Exodus 4–11
October 10 Call for Liberation: “Let My People Go! Deliverance, Liberation, Redemption/Passover
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