Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study the Old Testament book of Exodus.
Israel’s escape from slavery in Egypt is commonly known as the exodus (meaning ‘a going out’). The most likely date for the event is about 1280 BC, and the historical account of the event is given in the book of Exodus.
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- Historical period covered: There are two theories of when the Exodus happened: 1400s BC and 1200s BC. See When did the Exodus happen?
- Main events: Deliverance from slavery in Egypt (“the exodus”), receiving the law (divine instruction), building the tabernacle.
- Overarching theme: Who is the Lord? (Ex 5:2)
- Key issue: Idolatry. YHWH is truly God.
- Movement: From slavery to worship. The book begins with Israel’s need for deliverance from slavery in Egypt. It ends with the worshiping people of God ready to march into the promised land with the Lord’s presence as their guide.
- Exodus is a Greek title meaning “exit,” “departure” or “going out.”
- Egyptians were descendants of Ham.
- God controls nature.
- God controls history.
- History is purposeful.
- God is a redeemer from injustice and oppression.
- Exodus is a historical metaphor for redemption and salvation.
- The Jewish religious calendar is built around Exodus.
- History is a source and motive force behind ethical values.
- Adultery becomes the main metaphor for idolatry.
- Nation building: When Israel left a mixed multitude went with them (Exodus 12:38). The events of Exodus transform the people from a crowd to a nation of people, interconnected with a common purpose. They have shared history, traditions, values and close personal ties.
People of Israel
- Rebellious; They reject and question Moses’ leadership. They complain and want to return to Egypt.
- Obstinate: They repeat their rebellion despite God’s acts of care and provision.
- Impatient: Incident of the golden calf was the result of impatience.
- Paradigm for all humanity.
- Loyal to His promises; fulfills His promises to the patriarchs.
- Powerful: plagues and miraculous provision (water, manna, quail) demonstrate His power over the gods of Egypt, the forces of nature and human beings.
- Holy character: He is compassionate, gracious, slow to anger, abounding in lovingingkindness and truth, forgiving but just (Exodus 34:6-7).
- God can be related to as a person. He is not an impersonal force. Moses can reason with Him.
- God has a plan and He is able to implement it.
- Humble; He was humbled by his experiences before leading the people of out Egypt.
- Intercedes for the people.
- Loyal, loving and forgiving; he mirrors those characteristics of God.
Why study Exodus?
- It is foundational (part of the Torah). The rest of Scripture assumes the reader is familiar with the Torah.
- It describes a time when God acted overtly in human history, proving that God is in control of history.
- The Exodus is the Bible’s paradigm for salvation.
- Chapters 1:1-15:21 – in Egypt
- Chapters 15:22-18:26 – in the wilderness
- Chapters 19-40 – at Mount Sinai
|Exodus 1-4||The Call of Moses: Gift of leader for theocratic state.||Moses becomes the political founder of the nation. (Abraham was the physical founder.)|
Gift of deliverance from Egypt
|God frees His people from oppression in order to worship Him in freedom and truth.|
Gift of the covenant
|Now that Israel is free, they are told how to live. God does not show Himself in an image or form; but in words which express His moral will.|
Gift of worship
|Now that Israel is free and know how to act, they are told how to worship.|
Genre: Understanding Narrative
Background & Outlines
Chart: Bible History at a glance
Blue Letter Bible: Old Testament Timeline
Jensen’s Survey of the Old Testament
Ray C Stedman: Overview of the Book
John MacArthur: Author, Date, Background
Introduction to the Pentateuch
ESV The Global Message of Exodus
Ligonier: Introduction to Exodus
Ligonier: Introduction to the Pentateuch
Biblehub: Timeline of Exodus
David Malick (Bible.org): An Introduction to the Pentateuch
David Malick: An Introduction to the Book of Exodus
David Malick: An Argument of the Book of Exodus
JVernon McGee: Exodus Notes and Outline
William Orr: 39 Keys to the Old Testament: A Practical Guide to Bible Study
Charles Swindoll – Overview of Exodus
James van Dine: Analysis of Exodus
Maps – Route of the Exodus
Route of the Exodus – Studylight.org
Route of Exodus from Egypt – Insight for Living
Route of Exodus – Holman Bible Atlas
Route of the Exodus – Bible-History online
Tabernacle Diagram – source unknown
Expulsion of the Hyksos – Holman Bible Atlas
Egypt and Palestine in the Late Bronze Age – Holman Bible Atlas
Sites in the Amarna Archive (Akhetaton; Tell el-Amarna) – Holman Bible Atlas
Campaigns of Thutmose III and Amenhotep II – Holman Bible Atlas
Canaan in the 14th Century: The Tell el-Amarna Tablets – Holman Bible Atlas
The Egyptian Empire and the Hittites – Holman Bible Atlas
Egyptian Empire and Balance of Power, ca. 1400 BCE – Holman Bible Atlas
The Route of the Exodus – Holman Bible Atlas
Events during the Sojourn at Kadesh-Barnea – Holman Bible Atlas
Journey of the Spies – Holman Bible Atlas
The Journey from Kadesh-Barnea to the Plains of Moab – Holman Bible Atlas
Exodus from Egypt (Map 3) – English Standard Version Bible
Key Words in Exodus
Occurrences are based on New American Standard Text. “4x/3v” means the word appears 4 times in 3 verses. “3x” means the word appears 3 times in 3 verses.
slave (14x/13v) – 11:5; 12:44; 13:3, 14; 20:2; 21:2, 5, 7, 20, 26f, 32; 23:12
bondage (5x/4v) – 2:23; 6:5f, 9
cry (10x/8v) – 2:23; 3:7, 9; 5:8; 11:6; 12:30; 22:23; 32:18; cried (6x/6v) – 2:23; 5:15; 8:12; 14:10; 15:25; 17:4
deliver/delivered (11x/10v) – 2:23; 3:7, 9; 5:8; 11:6; 12:30; 22:23; 32:18
passover (6x) – 12:11, 21, 27, 43, 48; 34:25
Sinai (13x) – 16:1; 19:1f, 11, 18, 20, 23; 24:16; 31:18; 34:2, 4, 29, 32
mountain of God (3x) – 3:1; 4:27; 24:13
die/died (27x/26v) – 1:6; 2:23; 7:18, 21; 8:13; 9:4, 6, 19; 10:28; 11:5; 14:11f; 16:3; 20:19; 21:12, 14, 18, 20, 35; 22:2, 10, 14; 28:35, 43; 30:20f
death (14x) – 1:16; 4:24; 10:17; 19:12; 21:12, 15-17, 28-29; 22:19; 31:14-15; 35:2
holy (57x/46v) – 3:5; 12:16; 15:13; 16:23; 19:6; 20:8, 11; 22:31; 26:33f; 28:2, 4, 29, 35f, 38, 43; 29:6, 29-31, 33f, 37; 30:10, 25, 29, 31f, 35-37; 31:10f, 14f; 35:2, 19, 21; 37:29; 39:1, 30, 41; 40:9f, 13
Lord commanded (6x) – 7:6; 16:34; 36:5 Exodus 23:15; 32:8; 34:18; Lord had commanded (26x) – 7:10, 20; 12:28, 50; 19:7; 34:4; 35:29; 38:22; 39:1, 5, 7, 21, 26, 29, 31f, 42f; 40:16, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 32
covenant (13x) – 2:24; 6:4f; 19:5; 23:32; 24:7f; 31:16; 34:10, 12, 15, 27f
cloud (21x/20v) – 13:21f; 14:19f, 24; 16:10; 19:9, 16; 20:21; 24:15f, 18; 33:9f; 34:5; 40:34-38
test/tested (27x/26v) – 15:25; 16:4, 34; 17:2, 7; 20:20; 23:2; 25:16, 21f; 26:33f; 27:21; 30:6, 26, 36; 31:7, 18; 32:15; 34:29; 38:21; 39:35; 40:3, 5, 20f
law (5x) – 12:49; 13:9; 18:16, 20; 24:12
Tent of meeting (34x/33v) – 27:21; 28:43; 29:4, 10f, 30, 32, 42, 44; 30:16, 18, 20, 26, 36; 31:7; 33:7; 35:21; 38:8, 30; 39:32, 40; 40:2, 6f, 12, 22, 24, 26, 29f, 32, 34f
Tabernacle (58x/55v) – 25:9; 26:1, 6f, 12f, 15, 17f, 20, 22f, 26f, 30, 35; 27:9, 19; 35:11, 15, 18; 36:8, 13f, 20, 22f, 25, 27f, 31f; 38:20f, 31; 39:32f, 40; 40:2, 5f, 9, 17ff, 21f, 24, 28f, 33ff, 38
Egypt (180x/153v) – 1:1, 5, 8, 13, 15, 17ff; 2:11f, 14, 19, 23; 3:7ff, 16ff; 4:18ff; 5:4, 12; 6:5ff, 11, 13, 26ff; 7:3ff, 11, 18f, 21f, 24; 8:5ff, 16f, 21, 24, 26; 9:4, 6, 9, 11, 18, 22ff; 10:2, 6f, 12ff, 19, 21f; 11:1, 3ff, 9; 12:1, 12f, 17, 23, 27, 29f, 33, 35f, 39ff, 51; 13:3, 8f, 14ff; 14:4f, 7ff, 17f, 20, 23ff, 30f; 15:26; 16:1, 3, 6, 32; 17:3; 18:1, 8ff; 19:1, 4; 20:2; 22:21; 23:9, 15; 29:46; 32:1, 4, 7f, 11f, 23; 33:1; 34:18
Exodus in the Psalms
Brief: Psa 44; Psa 66; Psa 68; Psa 74; Psa 77; Psa 80; Psa 81; Psa 95; Psa 99; Psa 103; Psa 125.
Extended: Psalm 78; Psalm 105; Psalm 106; Psalm 114; Psalm 136
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
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Hitchcock Bible Names Exodus
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Watson’s Theological Dictionary Exodus
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McClintock and Strong’s Bible Encyclopedia Exodus
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American Tract Society: Moses
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Law of Moses
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Old Testament History – The Exodus and The Wanderings in the Wilderness
Exodus 1:1-7 Egypt And Its History During The Stay Of The Children Of Israel, As Illustrated By The Bible & Ancient Monuments
Exodus 1 The Children Of Israel In Egypt – Their Residences, Occupations, Social Arrangements, Constitution, And Religion – “A New King Who Knew Not Joseph.”
Exodus 2 The Birth, And The Training Of Moses, Both In Egypt And In Midian, As Preparatory To His Calling
Exodus 2:23; 4:17 The Call Of Moses – The Vision Of The Burning Bush -The Commission To Pharaoh And To Israel -And The Three “Signs,” And Their Meaning
Exodus 4:17-31 Moses Returns Into Egypt – The Dismissal Of Zipporah -Moses Meets Aaron – Their Reception By The Children Of Israel – Remarks On The Hardening Of Pharaoh’s Heart
Exodus 5:1-12:30 Moses And Aaron Deliver Their Message To Pharaoh – Increased Oppression Of Israel – Discouragement Of Moses – Aaron Shows A Sign – General View And Analysis Of Each Of The Ten “Strokes,” Or Plagues
Exodus 12-15:21 The Passover And Its Ordinances – The Children Of Israel Leave Egypt – Their First Resting-Place The Pillar Of Cloud And Of Fire – Pursuit Of Pharaoh Passage Through The Red Sea – Destruction Of Pharaoh And His Host – The Song “On The Other Side.”
Exodus 15:22; 16 The Wilderness Of Shur – The Sinaitic Peninsula – Its Scenery And Vegetation – Its Capabilities Of Supporting A Population – The Wells Of Moses -Three Days March To Marah – Elim Road To The Wilderness Of Sin – Israel’s Murmuring – The Miraculous Provision Of The Quails – The Manna
Exodus 17, 18 Rephidim – The Defeat Of Amalek And Its Meaning – The Visit Of Jethro And Its Symbolical Import
Exodus 19-20:17 Israel At The Foot Of Mount Sinai – The Preparations For The Covenant – The “Ten Words?” And Their Meaning
Exodus 20:18-24:12 Civil & Social Ordinances Of Israel As The People Of God – Their Religious Ordinances In Their National Aspect – The “Covenant Made By Sacrifice” And The Sacrificial Meal Of Acceptance
Exodus 24:12; 25-33 The Pattern Seen On The Mountain – The Tabernacle, The Priesthood, And The Services In Their Arrangement And Typical Meaning – The Sin Of The Golden Calf – The Divine Judgment – The Plea Of Moses – God’s Gracious Forgiveness – The Vision Of The Glory Of The Lord Vouchsafed To Moses
Exodus 34-50 Moses A Second Time On The Mount – On His Return His Face Shineth – The Rearing Of The Tabernacle – Its Consecration By The Seen Presence Of Jehovah
Flavius Josephus: The Antiquities of the Jews
BOOK II. Containing The Interval Of Two Hundred And Twenty Years. From The Death Of Isaac To The Exodus Out Of Egypt.
CHAPTER 9. Concerning The Afflictions That Befell The Hebrews In Egypt, During Four Hundred Years.
CHAPTER 10. How Moses Made War With The Ethiopians.
CHAPTER 11. How Moses Fled Out Of Egypt Into Midian.
CHAPTER 12. Concerning The Burning Bush And The Rod Of Moses.
CHAPTER 13. How Moses And Aaron Returned Into Egypt To Pharaoh.
CHAPTER 14. Concerning The Ten Plagues Which Came Upon The Egyptians.
CHAPTER 15. How The Hebrews Under The Conduct Of Moses Left Egypt.
CHAPTER 16. How The Sea Was Divided Asunder For The Hebrews, When They Were Pursued By The Egyptians, And So Gave Them An Opportunity Of Escaping From Them.
BOOK III. Containing The Interval Of Two Years. From The Exodus Out Of Egypt, To The Rejection Of That Generation.
CHAPTER 1. How Moses When He Had Brought The People Out Of Egypt Led
CHAPTER 2. How The Amalekites And The Neighbouring Nations, Made War With The Hebrews And Were Beaten And Lost A Great Part Of Their Army.
CHAPTER 3. That Moses Kindly Received-His Father-In-Law, Jethro, When He Came To Him To Mount Sinai.
CHAPTER 4. How Raguel Suggested To Moses To Set His People In Order, Under Their Rulers Of Thousands, And Rulers Of Hundreds, Who Lived Without Order Before; And How Moses Complied In All Things With His Father-In-Law’s Admonition.
CHAPTER 5. How Moses Ascended Up To Mount Sinai, And Received Laws From God, And Delivered Them To The Hebrews.
CHAPTER 6. Concerning The Tabernacle Which Moses Built In The Wilderness For The Honor Of God And Which Seemed To Be A Temple.
CHAPTER 7. Concerning The Garments Of The Priests, And Of The High Priest.
CHAPTER 8. Of The Priesthood Of Aaron.
CHAPTER 9. The Manner Of Our Offering Sacrifices.
CHAPTER 10. Concerning The Festivals; And How Each Day Of Such Festival Is To Be Observed.
CHAPTER 11. Of The Purifications.
CHAPTER 13. Moses Removed From Mount Sinai, And Conducted The People To The Borders Of The Canaanites.
CHAPTER 14. How Moses Sent Some Persons To Search Out The Land Of The Canaanites
CHAPTER 15. How Moses Was Displeased At This, And Foretold That God Was Angry And That They Should Continue In The Wilderness For Forty Years And Not, During That Time, Either Return Into Egypt Or Take Possession Of Canaan.
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Divine Hardening in the Old Testament – Chisholm
Deliverance From Death By The True Passover Lamb: Significant Aspect Of The Fulfillment Of Passover In Gospel Of John – Paul Hoskins
Israel in Slavery and Slavery in Israel- D. Jeffrey Mooney
The Duration of the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt – Paul J Ray
Guidelines for Understanding and Proclaiming Old Testament Narratives – Steven Mathewson
The Feast Of Cover-Over – Meredith G. Kline
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Bailey, Jon N. “Vowing Away the Fifth Commandment: Matthew 15:3-6//Mark 7:9-13,” Restoration Quarterly 42 (2000) 193-209
Barrick, William D. “The Openness of God: Does Prayer Change God?” The Master’s Seminary Journal 12/2 (Fall 2001) 149-166
Beale, G. K. “An Exegetical and Theological Consideration of the Hardening of Pharaoh’s Heart in Exodus 4-14 and Romans 9,” Trinity Journal 5 NS (1984) 129-54. (Adv)
Beitzel, Barry J. “Exodus 3:14 and the Divine Name: A Case of Biblical Paronomasia,” Trinity Journal 1.1 (1980) 5-20.
Burkitt, F. C. “The Hebrew Papyrus of the Ten Commandments,” The Jewish Quarterly Review 15 (1903) 392-408.
Burton, Keith A. “The Decalogue as Essential Torah in Second Temple Judaism,” Journal of the Adventist Theological Society 9/1-2 (1998):310-317.
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Chisholm, Robert B. “Does God ‘Change His Mind?’” Bibliotheca Sacra 152 (October-December 1995): 387-99 —
Coats, G. W. “The Failure of the Hero: Moses as a Model for Ministry,” Asbury Theological Journal 41.2 (1986) 15-22.
Cole, H. R. “The Sabbath and the Alien,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 38.2 (Autumn 2000) 223-229.
Congdon, Robert N. “Exodus 21:22-25 and the Abortion Debate,” Bibliotheca Sacra 146 (1989) 132-47.
Craigen, Trevor. “Urim and Thummim” Post Graduate Seminar Paper, Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, IN: 1978.
Davis, John J. “The Patriarchs’ Knowledge of Jehovah,” Grace Theological Journal 4.1 (1963) 29-43
Davis, D. R. “Rebellion, Presence, and Covenant: A Study in Exodus 32-34,” Westminster Theological Journal 44 (1982) 71-87.
Dyer, C. H. “The Date of the Exodus reexamined,” Bibliotheca Sacra 140 (1983) 225-43.
Finn, A. H. “The Tabernacle Chapters,” The Journal of Theological Studies — 16 (July 1915) 449-82.
Foote, Theodore C. “The Ephod,” Journal of Biblical Literature 21 (1902) 1-47.
Glisson, Shawn D. “Exodus 6:3 in Pentateuchal Criticism,” Restoration Quarterly 28.3 (1985/86) 135-43.
Grisanti, Micahel A. “The Abortion Dilemma,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 11/2 (Fall 2000) 169-190.
Hendrix, Ralph E. “A Literary Structural Overview of Ex 25-40,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 30.2 (1992) 123-38.
________. “A Literary Structural Analysis of the golden-Calf Episode in Exodus 33:1-33:6,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 28.3 (1990) 211-17.
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Hoehner, Harold W. “The Duration of the Egyptian Bondage,” Bibliotheca Sacra 125 (1969) 306-16.
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