Book of Exodus in Wikipedia
Exodus (Greek: ἔξοδος, exodos, meaning "departure") or Shemot
(Hebrew: שמות, literally "names") is the second book of the
Hebrew Bible, and the second of five books of the
Moses leads the Hebrews out of Egypt and through the
wilderness to the Mountain of God: Mount Sinai. There Yahweh,
through Moses, gives the Hebrews their laws and enters into a
covenant with them, by which he will give them the land of
Canaan in return for their faithfulness. The book ends with
the construction of the Tabernacle.
According to tradition, Exodus and the other four books of the
Torah were written by Moses. Modern biblical scholarship
places its final textual form in the mid 5th century BCE,
although a minority but important view would consider it a
product of the Hellenistic period...
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