How are we to explain the prominence of the Israelite women in the Exodus narrative? Was the Biblical narrator a feminist? Or, are other forces at play in this unique telling of the enslavement and redemption of the Israelites in Egypt.
The opening chapters of Exodus tell a tragic tale of enslavement and genocide, yet the mood leaves us oddly optimistic. Using irony and suspense, we go from trial to trial- through marriage, birth, danger, bravery, cunning, flight, and relocation to an ending that is merely the beginning of the Israelite story in Egypt.
ILS 650 ($200*) for 10 classes
*dollar price dependent upon exchange rate on date of payment
10% discount price for simultaneous registration for 2 series or more
15% discount price for simultaneous registration for 3 series or more.
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