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  Exodus
Exodus is the name given in the Septuagint to the second book of the Pentateuch.
The Book of Exodus recounts the experience of the Hebrew people as they left (exodus) Egypt for the promised land of Canaan.
Exodus (ship) - The ship that became notorious in 1946 when thousands of Jewish refugees aboard, mostly Holocaust survivors, were refused entry into Palestine.
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 Exodus - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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.
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The name Exodus refers to the second book in the Torah (five books of Moses), also the second book in the Tanakh (Old Testament).
Modern critical biblical scholarship has shown that the book of Exodus has been redacted together from a number of earlier sources; see the entry on the Documentary hypothesis for more information.
Exodus (movie) - The 1960 movie based on the novel by Leon Uris.
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For other uses of the name, see Exodus (disambiguation) Exodus is the second book of the Torah (the five books of Moses) and also the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible) and Christian Old Testament.
In a non-literary sense, the Exodus was the departure of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt under the leadership of Moses.
Directions for making a laver and stand of brass, to be set up between the Tabernacle and the altar of sacrifice; the preparation of the holy oil for anointing and of the holy incense; appointment of the master workmen Bezaleel and Aboliab to direct the work; the observance of the Sabbath.
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 Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai is a mountain in the southern Sinai Peninsula of Egypt, famous for its importance in the Bible.
The last twenty-two chapters of Exodus, together with the whole of Leviticus and Numbers ch.
In the second month of the second year of the Exodus, they move their camp and march forward according to a prescribed order.
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Following this, according to the last chapters of Exodus, the Tabernacle was constructed, the priestly law ordained, the plan of encampment arranged both for the Levites and the non-priestly tribes, and the Tabernacle consecrated.
For example, if the Exodus occurred during the end of the Hyksos era in Egypt (16th century BC), as some scholars believe, then any Hyksos records of Moses would have been deliberately destroyed by victorious Egyptians as they drove the Hyksos out of Egypt.
Exodus 34:29-35 tells that after meeting with God the skin of Moses' face became radiant, frightening the Israelites and leading Moses to wear a veil.
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 Aaron
Ahărōn), was a Levite and the elder brother of Moses and the eldest son of Amram and Jochebed (Exodus 6:16 ff.; Numbers 33:39).
He is present at the sacrificial covenant meal between Israel and the Kenites (Exodus 18:12).
Hur and Aaron were left in charge of the Israelites when Moses and Joshua ascended the mount to receive the Tables of the Law (Exodus 24: 12-15), and when the people, in dismay at the prolonged absence of their leader, demanded a god, and persuaded Aaron to fashion the golden calf.
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 Exodus - Battlestar Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The exodus of Galactica and her civilian population from the destroyed Twelve Colonies of Kobol of the Re-imagined Series is discussed in the two-part Miniseries and in the battle detail article, Fall of the Twelve Colonies.
The exodus of Galactica and her civilian population from the destroyed Twelve Colonies of Man of the Original Series is discussed in the episode, "Saga of a Star World" and in the battle detail article, Battle of Cimtar.
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title.
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The name Exodus refers to the second book in the Torah Torah (five books of Moses), also the second book in the Tanakh Tanakh (Old Testament Old Testament).
Exodus is the name given in the Septuagint Septuagint to the second book of the Pentateuch Pentateuch.
The time comprised in this book, from the death of Joseph Joseph to the erection of the tabernacle 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 Abraham (Gal.
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 Exodus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been suggested that Pharaoh of the Exodus be merged into this article or section.
Exodus is the second book of the Torah, the Tanakh, and the Old Testament.
Like for the remainder of the Tanakh, it is an article of faith of Orthodox Judaism that the text of Exodus was dictated to Moses himself.
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 Yahweh - Wikible   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This name, the Tetragrammaton of the Greeks, was held by the later Jews to be so sacred that it was never pronounced except by the high priest on the great Day of Atonement, when he entered into the most holy place.
The meaning of the word appears from Exodus 3:14 to be "the unchanging, eternal, self-existent God," the "I am that I am," a convenant-keeping God.
The Hebrew name Jehovah is generally translated in the Authorized Version (and the Revised Version has not departed from this rule) by the word LORD printed in small capitals, to distinguish it from the rendering of the Hebrew Adonai and the Greek Kurios, which are also rendered Lord, but printed in the usual type.
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 Exodus
Exodus is the second book of the Torah (the five books of Moses) and also the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible) and Christian Old Testament.
Exodus 20:22-23:33 is often labeled by scholars "the book of the covenant" (see Exod 24:7).
Directions for making a laver and stand of brass, to be set up between the Tabernacle and the altar of sacrifice; the preparation of the holy oil for anointing and of the holy incense; appointment of the master workmen Bezaleel and Aholiab to direct the work; the observance of the Sabbath.
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Exodus 32:15 records that the tablets "were written on both their sides." The Talmud (tractate Shabbat 104a) explains that there were miracles involved with the carving on the tablets.
In Exodus 34:27-28 Moses was commanded to recreate the tablets, and to rewrite the commandments himself.
The Samaritan Pentateuch varies in the ten commandments passages, both in that their Deuteronomical version of the passage is much closer to that in Exodus, and in the division of the commandments differing such that a tenth commandment on the sanctity of Mount Gerizim may be included.
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Exodus is the second book of the Torah and the Christian Bible
Exodus (ship) - The ship that became notorious in 1947 when thousands of Jewish refugees aboard, mostly Holocaust survivors, were refused entry into Palestine.
Exodus is often used to refer to mass emigration, such as that from European slums to the USA during the early decades of the 20th century
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The journey included the miraculous parting of the Red Sea, with the pharaoh's pursuing forces being drowned as the waters returned.
The Exodus is also recorded in the Haggadah, a liturgical narrative read at the Seder, a meal held at Pesach (Passover) to commemorate the deliverance.
He had the most extraordinary notions about this European exodus and came at last to consider the whole nation as packing up for emigration to France.
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 Exodus
The Exodus begins after Pharaoh's consent, and the Israelites leave Rameses to go to Succoth.
The nobles of Egypt object to Pharaoh's consent, and so Pharaoh gathers together a large army to chase after the Israelites, who have by this point reached the Red Sea.
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Some maintain that the laws mentioned in Exodus 34 are also a decalogue, commonly called the Ritual Decalogue, which may have predated the "Ethical Decalogue" of Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 covered here.
In Exodus 34:27-28Moses was commanded to recreate the tablets, and to rewrite the commandments himself.
The verses which follow the Decalogue in Exodus and in Deuteronomy are a direct continuation of the Revelation, containing additional commandments that God gave to Moses.
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Celebrating the Exodus and freedom from slavery of the Children of Israel from ancient Egypt that followed the Ten plagues.
As described in the Book of Exodus, Passover marks the "birth" of the Jewish nation, as the Jews' ancestors were freed from being slaves of Pharaoh and allowed to become servants of God instead.
The physical freedom that the Israelites achieved at the Exodus from Egypt was only the beginning of a process that climaxed with the spiritual freedom they gained at the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.
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Exodus This article is about the second book of Exodus has been redacted together from a number of Israelites (including women and children) numbered some three million.
Historical studies According to the erection of the institutions which completed the organization of the law and the establishment of the law and the establishment of the Pentateuchas "Exodus".
Exodus This article is about the second book in the Tanakh (Old Testament).
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The name Exodus refers to the book which comes second both in the Torah (the five books of Moses) and also in the Tanakh (the Old Testament of the Bible).
In a non-literary sense, The Exodus refers to the departure of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt under the leadership of Moses.
According to the Biblical account, it appears that 600,000 adult Hebrew men left Egypt and travelled with Moses first to Mount Sinai; some 40 years later their descendants invaded the land of Canaan.
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According to the Book of Exodus in the Hebrew Bible, Moses was a son of Amram and his wife, Jochebed, a ="/Levite" title="Levite">Levite.
In the Exodus account, the birth of Moses occurred at a time when the current Egyptian Pharaoh had commanded that all male children born to Hebrew slaves should be killed by drowning in the Nile.
For example, if the Exodus occurred during the end of the Hyksos-era in Egypt (16th century BCE), as some scholars believe, then any Hyksos records of Moses would have been deliberately destroyed by victorious Egyptians as they drove the Hyksos out of Egypt.
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Exodus (movie) - The 1960 movie based on the Exodus (novel) by Leon Uris about Exodus (ship).
Exodus (film) - A film by Otto Preminger based roughly on the story of the ship Exodus''.
This is a disambiguation page; that is, one that points to other pages that might otherwise have the same name.
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The Samaritan Pentateuch varies in the ten commandments passages, both in that their Deuteronomical version of the passage is much closer to that in Exodus, and in the addition of a commandment on the sanctity of Mount Gerizim.
However, there is a continuous narrative starting in Exodus 31:28 (where the stones are created), Exodus 32:19 (where the tablets are broken) and Exodus 34, which lists a very different set of commandments, sometimes referred to as the "Ritual Decalogue".
These commentators have theorized that the commandments in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 represent a "later" set of Ten Commandments, and that the ten listed in Exodus 34 were the "original" Ten Commandments, now known as the Ritual Decalogue (as opposed to the better-known "Ethical Decalogue").
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 Aaron
Although Aaron was said to have been sent by Yahweh (Jehovah) to meet Moses at the "mount of God" (Horeb, Exodus 4:27),he plays only a secondary part in the incidents at Pharaoh's court.
Kadesh, and not Sinai or Horeb, appears to have been the original scene of these incidents (Deuternomy 33:8 and following, compared with Exodus 32:26 and following), and it was for some obscure offence at this place that both Aaron and Moses were prohibited from entering the Promised Land (Numbers 20).
In what way they had not sanctified (an allusion in the Hebrew to Kadesh "holy") Yahweh is quite uncertain, and it would appear that it was for a similar offence that the sons of Aaron mentioned above also met their death (Leviticus 10:3; cp.
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The neighborhood rose to fame as a neighborhood for artists during the 1960s and 1970s, when the cheap spaces vacated by departing factories were converted by artists into lofts and studios.
In a pattern that would become familiar throughout the city in subsequent decades, the neighborhood rapidly rose up the socioeconomic scale, leading eventually to an exodus of most actual artists that left only a residual film of galleries, boutiques, exclusive restaurants, and young urban professionals.
It is named SoHo because it is the area South of Houston Street, and in reference to the Soho area of London, England.
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