Exodus begins with an enslaved, discouraged people separated from themselves and God. It ends with a covenant people, free and committed to meaningful life. This transformation happens because God intervenes to free people from slavery and to help them imagine themselves as committed and significant people. Their story is a paradigm for our story.
Hamilton, Mark, "Is God Among Us or Not? Lessons From Exodus: Basket Babies and Burning Bushes: Exodus 1-4" (2009). Lectureship and Summit Audio Collection. 742.
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