There are no precise records of the number of Jews at the time of the Exodus.
However Exodus 12:37, says 600,000 walking men plus children. In the census taken about a year after the Exodus, recorded at Numbers 1:2, 3, 45, 46, there were 603,550 males (20 years old and older) plus 22,000 male Levites over one month old (Numbers 2:32, 33; 3:39) So how many women would be with 600,000 men? How many children would there be in a typical Jewish family at that time? If all the men had one wife, that would make 1,200,000 adults. If each of the 600,000 families also had three young children with them, that would be 1,800,000 children. Of course, many Jewish families would have had more than three children. However, by the time of the Exodus, many of these children would be adults!
We can see that it gets very difficult to estimate how many Jews in total. If we take the arbitrary figure of 3 children accompanying each family, then, by adding all the children to all the adults we get 3,000,000 people, i.e. Jews that came out with Moses. In addition, though not asked in the question, there were many non-Jews who also came out of Egypt with the Jews, See Exodus 12:38.
No, Jerusalem is in Israel, the Land of Goshen is/was an area in northeast Egypt where the Jews were held in slavery before Moses lead them out.
The Jews were slaves in the land of Egypt for decades. So both his father and mother were slaves.
Moses lead the Hebrew people out of the land of Egypt to the promised land of Canaan , as God told Moses to do so.
Moses was a great prophet and a good leader. he lead the Jews from slavery in Egypt to the outskirts of the promised land. He got the ten commandments from God.
Moses after he fled Egypt , after slaying a Egyptian fled to the land of Median.
The Jews got into the promise land after the death of Moses. Thirty-nine years after Moses received the law Joshua lead them into the promise land. Moses died right before that (1240 B.C).
Jews in Egypt. They waited for their "Moses" to lead them on an "Exodus" to the "Promised Land".
Moses freed the Jews from their evslavement in Eygpt and lead them to their promised land of "Milk and Honey".
Moses and the followers left Egypt as they were free from slavery, and went forward to the promised land.
This is because they had all the wealth because they are smart people. Te pharaoh/ king of Egypt became scared that Jews would take over so he tried to execute them. Luckily Moses came a long and gave them their promised land. Hope this helps!
It is approximately 230 miles from Egypt to the Promised Land. Moses led many people from Egypt to the Promised Land.
Moses is the person who led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt to the promised land. He was also the greatest prophet for us Jews and God gave us the Torah through him.
Yes Moses was with the Hebrew people in the desert, he was with them from the time they left Egypt till they reached near the promised land. There were two and a half million Jews not a easy job.With their grumbling.
Moses lead the slaves out of Egypt and to the border of the promised land.
Moses leads the people from egypt to the border of the Promised land.
Judaism is the faith of the Jews. Followers of the God Jehovah, Yahweh. The Jews consider the father of their faith to be Moses, who led the Jews from a captivity in Egypt about 4500 years ago, to their "Promised Land" in what is to day called Israel.
The Land of Midian.
No they were all ten of them sent by god on the land of Egypt.
God had heard the Israelites prayers and moses had run away from Egypt after he had killed one of the guards so god told moses to go back to Egypt to free his people. Since Pharaoh refused to free them god sent 10 plagues on to Egypt and finally Pharaoh let the Israelites go free. Moses led them out of Egypt and after he had died Joshua took over and led them to the land that God had promised them. Alternate answer: according to the bible, the Jews were slaves in Egypt; naturally they wished to escape from slavery and become free people.
Moses lead the Israelite people from Egypt to the promised land Canaan.
Moses, but Joshua took them to the Promise Land