The Exodus is also important as a model of liberation from slavery. One of the interesting aspects of the Exodus story however is that entering the Promised Land meant kicking out the other nations. Thats something that Liberation Theology tends not to make much of at all.
What is the book Exodus about?
The biblical Book of Exodus tells the story of the children of Israel and their liberation from slavery in Egypt. God sends ten plagues (rivers of blood, plagues of frogs, etc.) to the Egyptians, and Moses leads the Israelites to the desert and freedom, where they receive the Ten Commandments.
Who actually entered the Promised Land?
Joshua and Caleb were the two spies who brought back a good report and believed that God would help them succeed. They were the only men from their generation permitted to go into the Promised Land after the time of wandering.