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JBS 202 Exodus
June 2015 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the examination, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency as follows: describe in detail the enslavement of the Jewish People in Egypt; track the life of Moses from its beginning in Egypt, to his escape from Egypt, to his return to Egypt, and finally leading the Jewish people out of Egypt; discuss and analyze the leadership of Moses in Egypt, at Sinai, and during the construction of the Tabernacle (Mishkan); and explore the transformation of the Jewish People from an enslaved nation to G-d’s Chosen People at Sinai.
Guided by the classic Rashi Commentary, students study the following topics: the suffering of the Jewish People in Egypt; the early life of Moses in Egypt and his escape to Midyan; the initial divine revelation to Moses at Sinai; the ten plagues and the exodus from Egypt; the revelation at Mount Sinai; the golden calf; the second set of Ten Commandments; and the erection of the Tabernacle (Mishkan).
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 6 semester hours in Judaic Studies, Comparative Literature, Biblical Studies, or Religious Studies (6/15).