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  Exodus - Marvel Universe: The definitive online source for Marvel super hero bios.
Exodus at one point held his own against the combined forces of the Avengers and the X-Men, in spite of not yet having realized his full potential.
Exodus assumed leadership of the Acolytes, claiming to speak on Magneto's behalf, even indulging in one-sided conversations with his master.
Exodus then became engaged in battle with the X-Men and Avengers while simultaneously surrounding Genosha in a force field and inciting the mutants of Genosha to war, claiming vengeance upon the nation for its mistreatment of mutants within its borders.
www.marvel.com /universe/Exodus   (873 words)

  Exodus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discussion of the Exodus, a major event in the book, is in a separate article.
Exodus is the second book of the Torah (the Pentateuch) and also the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible), and the Christian Old Testament.
A major Chiastic structure runs throughout the second half of Exodus, centred on the episode of the golden calf.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Exodus   (2878 words)

 Crosswalk - Devotionals, Christian Music, Family, Christian News, Forums & more
His brethren understood him not; his efforts on their behalf were futile, and he was compelled to flee for Midian for his life (Exodus 2:11-15).
He married Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro, a descendant of Abraham by his wife Keturah (Genesis 25:1-3; Exodus 2:16-25), and became the father of two sons (Exodus 2:22; Exodus 4:20; Exodus 18:1-4).
But is is plain that only the cattle died that remained (Exodus 9:3) in the field during the murrain.
bible.crosswalk.com /Encyclopedias/CondensedBiblicalCyclopedia/cbe.cgi?number=T27   (1122 words)

 JewishEncyclopedia.com - EXODUS, BOOK OF.
Exodus contains the most fundamental anct sublime revelations of God regarding His nature and will, and describes the beginnings of the theocratic constitution of the Israelitic people and the foundations of its ethics, law, customs, and worship.
In Exodus are found for the first time the preeminent characteristics of the Israelitic law: its origin in and pragmatic connection with history.
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)

 Exodus. The Holy Bible: King James Version. Bartleby.com
I have been a stranger in a strange land.
The name Exodus means "departure" and this book tells how God led the Israelites out of a life of hardship and slavery in Egypt.
God made a covenant with them and gave them the Law to order their lives.
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 The Exodus
He perished because the text of Exodus notes that "not so much as one of them remained." The Bible repeats this detail moreover in the Psalms: Psalm 106, verse 11 and Psalm 136 verses 13 and 15 which are an act of thanks to God "Who divided the sea of Rushes[83] in sunder.
The confirmation of the hypothesis is supposed to reside in the fact that lesions of the skin are to be observed on the mummy of Tuthmosis II.
The mummified body of Merneptah, son of Ramesses II and Pharaoh of the Exodus-all the evidence points to this-was discovered by Loret in 1898 at Thebes in the Kings' Valley whence it was transported to Cairo.
www.tempemasjid.com /maurice/23exodus.htm   (7268 words)

 The Date of the Exodus
Fixing the date of the exodus has proven to be one of those contentious areas of biblical study that has produced two opposing views.
That is, the verse says that between the exodus and the construction of the Temple there were approximately twelve generations, enough time for the community that needed the temple to emerge.
This quick survey of the two positions on the date of the exodus demonstrates the tenuous nature of either position, whether working primarily from a literal reading of Scripture (the early date) or working primarily from the evidence of archaeological excavations (the late date).
www.cresourcei.org /exodusdate.html   (8201 words)

 SparkNotes: The Old Testament: Exodus
The new leadership in Egypt—feeling threatened by Jacob’s descendants, who have increased greatly in size—embarks on a campaign to subdue the Israelites, forcing them into slavery and eventually decreeing that all Hebrew boys must be killed at birth in the Nile River.
Exodus explains the origins of Torah—the law of the Jewish people and the tradition surrounding that law.
Although portions of Exodus are devoted to legal matters, the declaration of law in Exodus always comes in the form of a story, relayed by discussions between God and Moses, and between Moses and the people.
www.sparknotes.com /lit/oldtestament/section4.rhtml   (1725 words)

 Q. Please explain the book of Exodus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Exodus is a vital link in the chain of God's dealing with the human race.
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.
www.scripturessay.com /q341c.html   (530 words)

 Bible Time - Exodus Plagues -- Introduction
The general timing of the season of the Exodus from Egypt is hard to establish directly from the text of the Bible.
It may actually be the case that the Exodus from Egypt was also 3 years from the burning bush, with the exact schedule not included directly in the text.
Note carefully how the Book of Exodus, or the Book of the Departure, is taking an historical narrative, that included the 80 years after Moses' birth and weaving the story such that it can be read with a simple prophetic grammar.
www.bibletime.com /exodus/intro   (1595 words)

BURNING BUSH (Exodus 3:2): An Angel of the Lord appeared to Moses as "flames of fire from within a bush." Then God told him to be the person to free the Hebrews from Egypt.
Finally, (Exodus 11) God told Moses that He would send the "Destroyer" to kill the firstborn (i.e., oldest) sons of all in Egypt, except for those oldest sons of the people of Israel.
Exodus 20:7: (3) You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God...
www.biblenotes.net /exodus.html   (810 words)

 Exodus International - Friends & Family
Exodus is a nonprofit, interdenominational Christian organization promoting the message of Freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus Christ.
Within both the Christian and secular communities, Exodus has challenged those who respond to homosexuals with ignorance and fear, and those who uphold homosexuality as a valid orientation.
Exodus is the largest Christian referral and information network dealing with homosexual issues in the world.
www.exodus-international.org /about_exodus.shtml   (453 words)

 Wired News: An Exodus of Confidence
Exodus' swift decline provided another sign of how even many of the most seemingly stable companies have been left on shaky ground because of the Internet fallout.
While Exodus is the market leader, it has not achieved anywhere near the level of dominance a company like Microsoft has in operating systems.
Exodus' share of the highly fragmented Web-hosting market is about 15 percent, and it faces mounting competition from others, including IBM.
www.wired.com /news/business/0,1367,44856,00.html   (952 words)

 Generous Giving : Stewardship Bible Study Notes (Exodus)
The book of Exodus recounts God’s faithfulness to his promises in multiplying his people into a great nation and delivering them from bondage in Egypt “with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm” so that they would be free to serve a new Master.
Finally, we read about the design and construction of the tabernacle—the symbol of God’s abiding presence with his people—and how God called his people to give generously from their material possessions so that the Lord would be honored and that his presence would be with them as they went into the promised land.
The parting of the Red Sea consummated Israel’s exodus from Egypt, and as the primary picture of salvation in the Old Testament, the parting of the Red Sea also is a picture of the salvation God has given us in his Son.
www.generousgiving.org /page.asp?sec=9&page=534   (10095 words)

 Exodus Audio Bible Study Lesson
Exodus 9, Plagues of Pestilence, Boils, and Hail
Exodus 16, Quails and Manna in the Wilderness
Exodus 17, Lack of Water at Rephidim; the Hostility of the Amalekites
www.soniclight.com /study_cd/audio_bible_study_lessons/exodus.htm   (181 words)

 Remembering the Passover & Exodus
Exodus 1 "Every son that is born to the Hebrews you shall cast into the Nile"
Exodus 6:28-7:24 "Moses struck the water that was in the Nile, and all the water turned to blood"
Exodus 12:21-36 "It is the sacrifice of the Lord's Passover"
www.rc.net /wcc/readings/exodus.htm   (581 words)

 The Exodus of the Spirit
For many Jewish thinkers over the ages the lessons of Passover and the Exodus were not exhausted in their historical memories.
The mind of the wicked man is indeed a "mixed multitude" of conflicting opinions, forever being pulled in opposing directions by the many false ideas that strive to lead him away from the single path of truth and goodness.
As in the case of the historical Exodus, the spiritual liberation from control of our irrational desires cannot be accomplished in a single moment.
www.ucalgary.ca /~elsegal/Shokel/900406_Exodus_Spirit.html   (928 words)

 Exodus: Live Out Loud
Exodus Executive Vice President Randy Thomas responds on his blog to the historic ruling by the California Supreme Court overturning a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage:
Exodus has been on record as opposing the redefinition of marriage, the use of hate crimes legislation to suppress freedom of conscience and religious liberty as well as ENDA­, the corporate version of hate crimes.
ENDA is another example of the state forcing a state sanctioned sexual morality at the expense of religious liberty.
exodus.blogs.com   (1518 words)

 Bible Basics - Exodus
Exodus lays the foundation for understanding salvation, in that through God's mighty acts, He wins the freedom of His people.
Exodus is comprised of half narrative, giving an historical account of Israel's delivery from Egyptian slavery, and the other half outlining a system of laws by which God sought to shape the delivered slaves into a holy unified nation.
Exodus contains five important themes which are the basis of Israel's faith and lifestyle in the Old Testament.
netministries.org /Bbasics/BBExo.htm   (351 words)

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And so it is that the Exodus brought on the end of the Pyramid Age when the Israelite work-force left the land of their servitude as already pointed out by Dr. Ewald Metzler.
As we show that the Exodus occurred about 30-35 years after the end of the 12th Dynasty, which also has to be moved closer to our time, the background to it falls into the time of the 13th Dynasty.
After the Exodus the Hyksos/Amalekites set themselves up in Egypt as the ruling class after they had overrun the country and started a period of destructions and constructions in a land whose army and pharaoh had died in an effort to force the fleeing Israelites back to their slave duties in Egypt.
www.specialtyinterests.net /exodus.html   (8968 words)

The Route of the Exodus : Proposals for Yam Suph (Lake Timsah), Etham/Shur (Tumilat/Timsah/Abu Suwayr), Marah/L
looks at the chronological issue in Exodus which is probably the most troubling in terms of the history of Ancient Israel the debate regarding an early date and a late date for Exodus.
The Exodus and the "Miracle" of the Quail at Kib`roth-hatta`avah
www.otgateway.com /exodus.htm   (1153 words)

The Exodus and The Wanderings in the Wilderness
Hill and Walton write: "The message of Exodus is summarized in two passages: the commission of Moses (6:2-9) and the preface to the covenant ceremony at Sinai (19:1-6).
Note that for J the goal of the Exodus is clearly the promised land (3:8, 17).
www.earlyjewishwritings.com /exodus.html   (1304 words)

 Bible Study on Exodus
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   (456 words)

 Essential Bible Study Guide: Exodus :: American Bible Society
The name "Exodus" comes from the Greek word meaning "exit" or "the way out." Those who wrote the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septuagint) named the book EXODUS to emphasize how God chose Moses to lead the Hebrew people out of slavery in Egypt.
EXODUS describes two key events in the history of the people of Israel.
The exodus story includes a description of the great disasters (often called "plagues") that God sent upon the Egyptian people in order to force their king to let the people of Israel leave Egypt.
www.americanbible.org /brcpages/studyguide-Exodus   (526 words)

 Exodus: Official Game Site
Exodus works on Athene, Windows and Linux and features professionally drawn 24-bit graphics, high quality audio samples, original music score and an acheivable goal with complete end sequence.
Exodus is available to the general public as freeware.
Exodus was developed using the Rocklyte SDK exclusively.
www.rocklyte.com /exodus   (244 words)

Since 1987 Exodus Asia Pacific, a coalition of Christian Ministries in the Asia Pacific region has been helping men and women find a way out of sexual brokenness.
The first Exodus ministry was founded in 1976 in USA.
Exodus Asia Pacific: India was formed in 2006, a support network of Christians who help sexual strugglers overcome their problems.
www.exodusasiapacific.org   (494 words)

 BibleGateway.com: Search for a Bible passage in over 35 languages and 50 versions.
Exodus 4:21 : Exodus 7:13, 22; 8:15, 32; 9:12, 35; 10:1; 14:8; Rom 9:17, 18; Deut 2:30; Josh 11:20; Isa 63:17
Exodus 4:31 : Exodus 4:8, 9; Exodus 3:18
Exodus 4:31 : Exodus 12:27; Gen 24:26; 1 Chr 29:20
www.biblegateway.com /passage/?book_id=2&chapter=4&version=47   (899 words)

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