The redemption of the Israelites from Egypt is the most often recalled story in the Old Testament. Echoes of its imagery occur throughout the rest of the text, in almost every book of the Bible. Why is this account of key significance to both Jews and Christians even today?

Egyptian Creation Myth

Brief Articles

Our Great Redemption Exodus Hints at its Implications
Longing For Moses Enslaving Themselves
Measure for Measure Set Free to Serve
Heroines In Egypt Getting to Know Moses
Known By What I Do Bridegroom of Blood
Starting Out Small The Finger of God
The Hardening Heart Why All Ten Plagues?
Send Someone Else! Plagues from the God of Nature
Time for a Change That You May Know
Tasting Bitterness Blood on Doorposts
Bread Without Leaven God Unleashed
Night of the Lord I Do This Because …
A Night of Watching Bones of Joseph
Dayeinu – It Would have been
Redemption at Passover