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No it isn't. It is one of them. In Genesis, the promise to Eve in 3:15 and the promises to Abraham beginning in chapter 12 are key and provide the basis of all subsequent revelation including the New Testament. The Exodus' purpose was to prepare Israel as God's people through whom He would reveal Himself to the world. The key events in that process were rescuing them from Egypt, the revelation of His law, the establishment of the Tabernacle as a formal meeting point of worship and sacrifice and the provision of their territory, the Kingdom of God in Canaan.

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