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  BOOK OF EXODUS - LoveToKnow Article on BOOK OF EXODUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
EXODUS, BOOK OF, in the Bible, a book of the Old Testament which derives its name, through the Greek, from the event which forms the most prominent feature of the history it narrates, viz, the deliverance of Israel from Egypt.
The book of Exodus, however, like the other books of the Hexateuch, is a composite work which has passed, so to speak, through many editions; hence the order of events given above cannot lay claim to any higher authority than that of the latest editor.
The sources from which the book of Exodus has been compiled are the same as those which form the basis of the book of Genesis, while the method of composition is very similar.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /E/EX/EXODUS_BOOK_OF.htm   (7048 words)

 JewishEncyclopedia.com - EXODUS, BOOK OF.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The second book of the Torah is the organic continuation of the first book.
The rest of the book consists of J and E, which (before they were combined with P) were united into a whole by a redactor, and at the same time, it seems, expanded in parts (especially in the legal portions) by hortatory or didactic additions, approximating in style to Deuteronomy.
The critical problems and hypotheses that Exodus shares with the other books, such as the historical value of the accounts; authorship; relation to the later books; age, origin, and character of the alleged sources, can not be discussed here now; the analysis of sources of Exodus can alone be treated.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=551&letter=E&search=Exodus   (7587 words)

 Book of Exodus
Exodus, the second book of the Bible, derives its name from the narrative's main theme, Israel's exodus from Egypt.
Many important events are recorded in Exodus: the revelation of God's name as Yahweh in 3:11 - 15; the institution of the Passover in 5:1 - 12:36; and the giving of the Ten Commandments, directives for the construction of the Tabernacle, and other religious and ceremonial legislation in 19 - 40.
The Exodus was the great deliverance wrought for the children of Isreal when they were brought out of the land of Egypt with "a mighty hand and with an outstretched 136), about B.C. 1490, and four hundred and eighty years (1 Kings 6:1) before the building of Solomon's temple.
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Exodus Chapter 2 Moses is born and exposed on the bank of the river; where he is taken up by the daughter of Pharao, and adopted for her son.
Exodus Chapter 12 The manner of preparing, and eating the paschal lamb: the firstborn of Egypt are all slain: the Israelites depart.
Exodus Chapter 23 Laws for judges; the rest of the seventh year, and day: three principal feasts to be solemnized every year; the promise of an angel, to conduct and protect them: idols are to be destroyed.
www.ewtn.com /library/scriptur/exodus.txt   (21674 words)

 Q. Please explain the book of Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Exodus connects the history of the people as found in the book of Genesis by narrating how the seventy descendants of Jacob that had migrated to Egypt (cf.
Exodus 1:5; Genesis 46:27) had come to be the people of God, and that God who offers himself as a liberator to Moses and the people is also the God of those fathers, of whom Genesis spoke (i.e.
The whole book presents the message that God, the God who brought the children of Israel out of Egypt, is the God of the universe, He is its' maker, He is its' Lord.
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 The Book Of Exodus Is A Hoax
Her seed is not." This would have been 2 or 3 generations after the Exodus, but it hardly sounds like the description of a people who had just humbled the pharaoh with a display of terrifying miracles and had established themselves firmly in Israel by means of the brilliant genocidal campaigns of Joshua.
The Book of Exodus mentions that the enslaved Israelites took part in the construction of the cities of Pithom and Ramesses.
But, of course, the most cogent proof of the falsity of the Book of Exodus is the account of all the miracles that Moses was supposed to have worked, all of which violate the laws of physics, chemistry and biology.
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 The Book of Exodus
Exodus is the second book of the Old Testament.
In the extensive torah (teaching, instruction) of Exodus, including Covenant Code, as well as Ethical and Ritual Decalogues, Israel couples with the event by which she came into being the code by which she sought to live.
Finally, and equally appropriately, Exodus preserves the record of the physical structures and objects by which the meaning of the event was kept alive and contemporaneous, and through which the torah was preserved and expanded.
www.religion-online.org /showchapter.asp?title=2297&C=2225   (527 words)

 Archaeology and the Book of Exodus: Exit From Egypt
Exodus in English derives from the Latin and means simply "to exit." The book of Exodus describes the departure of the Israelites from Egypt, an event distinguished by a mighty struggle between two unequal opponents.
In the book of Exodus we see the Egyptians forcing the Israelites to build great cities for Pharaoh: "Therefore they set taskmasters over them to afflict them with their burdens.
Archaeology and the Book of Joshua: The Conquest
www.ucgstp.org /lit/gn/gn009/archeol.html   (2185 words)

 Introduction to the Book of Exodus
Since Moses wrote Exodus, it must be dated some time before his death about 1400 B.C. Israel spent the 40 years preceding this date wandering in the wilderness because of their unfaithfulness.
Background: The Book of Exodus is the continuation of the story of Genesis, and deals with the development of a small group of seventy people into a nation of several million inhabitants.
20:1-23:33) and the remainder of the Book of Exodus.
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 Exodus, Book of (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
Exodus is the name given in the LXX.
The time comprised in this book, from the death of Joseph to the erection of the tabernacle in the wilderness, is about one hundred and forty-five years, on the supposition that the four hundred and thirty years (12:40) are to be computed from the time of the promises made to Abraham (Gal.
The authorship of this book, as well as of that of the other books of the Pentateuch, is to be ascribed to Moses.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/exodusbookof.html   (209 words)

 Bible Summary - EXODUS
The Hebrew word "and" with which the narrative of Exodus begins indicates that the writer considered it to be a continuation of the account in the book of Genesis.
This internal evidence, together with the fact that our Lord quotes from the book of Exodus and specifically calls it "the book of Moses" (Mk 12:26), is sufficient to establish him as the writer for all who accept the divine origin of Scripture and the deity of the Son of God.
The book of Exodus traces briefly the personal experiences of Moses during this preparatory period of his life, and then deals at length and in great detail with events of the 6 months or so preceding the departure from Egypt and the first 2 years thereafter--a period of approximately 2 1/2 years altogether.
www.nisbett.com /summary/sum-o-02.htm   (649 words)

 The book on Exodus
Exodus just posted third quarter revenues that were up 59% over the previous quarter and up 367% over third quarter 1998.
Exodus currently has 15 Internet data centers and plans to build four more, totaling approximately 1.5 million square feet of capacity.
And Exodus' energy is reflected in the woman at its helm.
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 Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The book of Exodus deals with the birth and organization of the nation through whom the promised Messiah would come.
The book of Exodus has a very vital connection with the New Testament in the form of types and anti-types.
The entire contents of the book of Exodus are summarized in an excellent way in the word of God to Israel spoken through Moses concerning the making of the covenant.
fly.hiwaay.net /~wgann/walk_ot/exodus.htm   (895 words)

Without exception, the Book of Exodus (found in the Old Testament of the Bible), in my opinion, is the greatest book of anthropomorphic literature (when applying hermeneutical principles) in the history of archeological discovery.
Not only is the Book of Exodus consistent within its context, but within the entire bible, and extra-biblical historical data.
However, when Exodus 6:18 states, “And the sons of Kohath were Amram, Izhar, Hebron, and Uzziel,” Kohath is given as the head of that branch of the tribe of Levi known as the Kohathites.
www.theapologiaproject.org /exodus.htm   (1654 words)

The Route of the Exodus : Proposals for Yam Suph (Lake Timsah), Etham/Shur (Tumilat/Timsah/Abu Suwayr), Marah/L
Archaeology and the Book of Exodus: Exit from Egypt Part 1 Mario Seiglie explores archaeological discoveries that illuminate the biblical accounts recorded in Exodus.
Exodus contains some of the richest, foundational theology of all the books in the Old testament.
www.otgateway.com /exodus.htm   (1168 words)

 The Book of Exodus
Exodus, like Genesis, is a book of origins that tells how the people of Israel became a people so that events in the present time are given sense and meaning by being viewed against the formative Exodus events.
The author clarifies the use of the three source hypothesis — J, E and P, and stresses the connection of the Exodus and the torah in the development of Israel, and the deep relationship between the Exodus story and Christianity.
These chapters are dominated by the figure and role of Moses who, when the incident of the Golden Calf shattered the Covenant, was able to use the uniqueness of his relationship with the Lord to appease the divine anger through intercession and argument with the Lord, and to gain for Israel full divine forgiveness.
www.religion-online.org /showbook.asp?title=2297   (427 words)

Introduction, Outline, and Selected Bibliography for the Book of Exodus, by David Malick at the Biblical Studies Foundation.
Exodus- The Birth of the Nation, commentary by Robert L. Deffinbaugh at the Biblical Studies Foundation.
The Book of Exodus, verse by verse commentary, Robert Nguyen Cramer, BibleTexts.com.
www.textweek.com /pentateuch/exodus.htm   (704 words)

 Bible Study on Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The stories in the book of Exodus are central to faith of both Jews and Christians.
The text of Exodus is a culmination of recitations over many generations, as commanded by God in
We studied Exodus in an eleven part series from April 18, 2004 to July 18, 2004.
www.stjohnadulted.org /exodus.htm   (448 words)

 Star Trek: Vulcan's Soul, Book 1: Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In Vulcan's Soul, Book One, Sherman and Shwartz return to the days of Surak, the messianic philosopher who led Vulcans to embrace the world-saving decrees of logic and self-restraint, and paint a picture of ancient Vulcan that is disturbingly too much like twenty-first century Earth.
Book One, subtitled Exodus, thus sets the stage for more dramatic storytelling in Book Two, to be titled Exiles.
Most of Exodus is set in the far distant Vulcanian past, in the city ShiKahr, where Surak is received as a guest-friend by an engineer named Karatek.
www.wigglefish.com /stories/0001_0018_0001.cfm?id=1752   (627 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: The Book of Exodus: A Critical Theological Commentary (Old Testament Library)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
This commentary proves, however, that a critical approach to the book of Exodus simply cannot ignore the features of the text which motivated the source-critics in the first place.
Childs honestly admits that "the purpose of this book is unabashedly theological".
As is expected from this author, his aim "is to seek to interpret the book of Exodus as canonical scripture within the theological discipline of the Christian church" (which means, of course, his version of theology).
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0664209858?v=glance   (1354 words)

 The Wholly Book of Exodus - Jay Dubya - Mobipocket eBooks
The Wholly Book of Exodus is humorous adult literature that features adult situations, language and content.
The book satirizes the Israelite' captivity in Egypt, the birth of Moses, the power struggles between Pharaoh and Moses, the Great Exodus from Egypt to Canaan and the parting of the Red Sea.
The only remaining versions of the Wholly Book of Genesis and the Wholly Book of Exodus are the e-mail' attachments in Jay Dubya's computer "Document Files." Jay Dubya now presents to the world the unabridged translations of The Wholly Book of Genesis and The Wholly Book of Exodus.
www.ebookmall.com /ebook/97301-ebook.htm   (706 words)

 Book of Exodus, Jesus and His church in Exodus
it is the book of the liberation of the People of God from the Egyptian slavery, and the birth of Israel as a nation that wants to obey God in the Law, and to adore him in the Tabernacle.
Exodus is the exciting epic story of God that hurries to rescue man, but at its due time...
Exodus begins in the dark of the slavery, and finishes in the glory of God, with the fire and cloud columns, in Ex.40.
biblia.com /jesusbible/exodus.htm   (2417 words)

 The Trek Nation - Vulcan's Soul, Book One: Exodus
The secret behind the Watraii's attack is buried in Vulcan's ancient past during a time of such violent conflict that some felt compelled to take to the stars to preserve their heritage and it is up to Spock and his allies to unravel the mystery before any further conflict breaks out.
Exodus, however, focuses on one particular period in Vulcan history, the time of Surak and the Sundering.
The ending of Vulcan's Heart saw them married at last and it quickly becomes evident in Exodus that while they may have continued to pursue their individual careers, their bond is as strong as ever.
www.treknation.com /reviews/books/vulcanssoulone.shtml   (1054 words)

 Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The Exodus and The Wanderings in the Wilderness
In Exodus, J and E are prominent in chaps.
Note that for J the goal of the Exodus is clearly the promised land (3:8, 17).
www.earlyjewishwritings.com /exodus.html   (1317 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: Exodus: Vulcan's Soul Trilogy, Book 1 (Star Trek)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
"Exodus" is a story within a story type of book where you have the present day and a historical section going on in alternate chapters so you've got to pay attention to how the story is being told.
I liked the book as it did fill in some of the gaps in Vulcan history and made the reader aware of what was going on at the time of Surak...
He begins the book being extremely skeptical, but by the end, he is a seasoned leader, ready to lead his people across the depths of space.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0743463560?v=glance   (7162 words)

 Powell's Books - Bound for Freedom: The Book of Exodus in Jewish and Christian Traditions by Goran Larsson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
"Bound for Freedom" demonstrates that the book of Exodus presents a defining act of liberation not only in Judaism, but also in the Christian understanding of salvation history.
Thus Exodus is not about unconditional freedom; rather, as the title of this book suggests, there is no freedom without boundaries.
While doing justice to the historical setting of Exodus, Larsson stresses the history of theological interpretation, beginning with early Jewish interpretive traditions.
www.powells.com /biblio?isbn=1565630831   (249 words)

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