Pedagogical Approaches of Moses in Exodus

  • Nirmala Kannamundayil Sisters of Charity of St. John of God, Kattappana, Kerala
Keywords: Moses, Exodus, God of Exodus, Mission, Pedagogical Approaches


The origin and the growth of Israel was always deeply rooted in God. The whole history of Israel is an accompanied journey with God. Various stages in this journey were part of preparing a group of people very distinct from all other nations. As a result of this accompaniment of God and His representative Moses, a visible three dimensional transformation occurred in their life- in relation to God, in relation to their society and relation to their identity. God of Exodus is not a God who remains in temples, mountains or up above the sky. He is a God who dwells among the people and shares the fate of the people and who allows an open, face to face dialogue or intimacy with man before entrusting them a mission.


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