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Pentateuch II: Exodus

A 5-week Class with Pat Reeder

This course is the second of four courses on the Pentateuch (first five books of the Bible). Exodus contains the flowering of many themes first glimpsed in Genesis. We first see Israel as a full nation. God rescues his people from Egypt with spectacular signs and acts of judgment. The Law is given on the Mt. Sinai. All the while, God is dealing with stubborn ingratitude of Israel and the flawed leadership of Moses and Aaron. We will naturally examine the epic-scale narratives and their lessons for us. We will also explore what exactly we can learn about God from his law: a tutor to leads us to Christ and a yoke that neither the Israelites nor the apostles could bear (Cf. Acts 15:10; Gal 3:24).  

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9:30pm

March 29 - April 26

$45/standard or $15/reduced

Silas Young
(614) 307-0694

Main Campus, Room TBD

Date / Time

Registration closed on Wednesday, April 12, 2023