Date: 1450-1410 B.C.
“Exodus” comes from a Greek translation of this book. “Exodus” literally means “way out” and is a principal theme of the book as the Hebrews leave Egypt. Evidence within the book lead to the conclusion that the author was a highly educated man who had been a long-time resident of Egypt and was an eyewitness of the Exodus – i.e. Moses. He was familiar with the crop sequence in Lower Egypt (Ex. 9:31-32); his descriptions accurately conform to known conditions (2:3, 12); and he includes details suitable only to an eyewitness account (15:27).
Bible-365 is our goal to read the entire Bible in one year. The reading plan we will use can be found at this link.
Reading through the entire Bible is a relatively simple task, if you are dedicated to taking it slowly and daily. Each day’s reading is only about 3 chapters long (5 per day from the Psalms when we get there), and only takes between 15-20 minutes to read. If you commit to only about 15 minutes of Bible per day, you can read the entire thing in a full year (something that many Christians have never done). To get you excited about the task, here are some Bible facts: