Reimagining Exodus

A Story of Freedom

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Rabbi David Zaslow, M.S.
  • Orleans, MA: 
    Paraclete Press, Inc.
    , March
     256 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Barry Morris forthcoming.


In an age where politics and ideologies divide us, Rabbi David is a voice in the wilderness calling people of faith to come together. "A tremendous gift to anyone who is taking a journey of the soul, seeking to escape internal slavery and make it to the promised place where suffering is no more."-- Marianne Williamson. The biblical Exodus is the most influential freedom story ever told. It has served as both an inspiration for Puritans, American revolutionaries, abolitionists, Mormons, the modern civil rights movement, and revolutionaries the world over. In Jewish tradition, the Exodus is also applied to every person's life journey with its struggles, liberations, and revelations. This groundbreaking interfaith book explores the Exodus as the foundational story that links Judaism and Christianity together, and looks at ways that each of us can free ourselves from the "egypts" and "pharaohs" in our own lives.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Rabbi David Zaslow, M.S., is the author of the award- winning book Jesus: First–Century Rabbi (Paraclete Press). He is highly respected for his cutting-edge work bringing Jews and Christians closer together, and leads interfaith workshops through the United States. He has been interviewed by dozens of media outlests, including Fox News with Lauren Green, for his innovative perspectives, and is the spiritual leader of the Havurah Synagogue in Ashland, Oregon.


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