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  Moses (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
As soon as the natural time for weaning the child had come, he was transferred from the humble abode of his father to the royal palace, where he was brought up as the adopted son of the princess, his mother probably accompanying him and caring still for him.
Moses, amid all his Egyptian surroundings, had never forgotten, had never wished to forget, that he was a Hebrew." He now resolved to make himself acquainted with the condition of his countrymen, and "went out unto his brethren, and looked upon their burdens" (Ex.
Moved by fear, Moses fled from Egypt, and betook himself to the land of Midian, the southern part of the peninsula of Sinai, probably by much the same route as that by which, forty years afterwards, he led the Israelites to Sinai.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/moses.html   (1594 words)

  Robert Moses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moses' father was a successful department store owner and real estate speculator; his mother was a forceful and brilliant woman, active in the settlement movement, with her own love of building.
Moses was also linked in the minds of many to the Fair's accounting scandal when it was revealed that all advance ticket sales, even for those sold for use in 1965, were booked as 1964 revenues, even though there seems to be little if any evidence directly linking him to this error.
Moses is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Moses   (3567 words)

 Moses: Christian Resource Centre (Bermuda)!
Moses was the son of Amram and Jochebed, and a descendant of Levi in the 4th generation (Ex 6:16–20), of the family of Kohath (vs. 18–20).
Under royal Egyptian tutors and doubtless as a royal prince and heir presumptive to the throne, Moses was instructed in "all the wisdom of the Egyptians" (v 22).
God then summoned Moses to meet with Him in the mount (ch 24:12), where He revealed complete plans for the erection of the tabernacle, which was to be His dwelling place as their king (chs 25–31), and at the same time also gave him the 2 tables of the law (ch 31:18).
www.nisbett.com /people/bp-moses.htm   (2778 words)

 Moses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Moses is an important figure in Judaism through being the leader of the exodus from Egypt, and thereby founder of Israel, and being the person receiving the law of the Jewish people.
Moses is important to Islam as being one of Muhammad's forerunners, bringing the same message to humans as Muhammad would be doing 2000 years later.
Moses was the messenger of a Koran, in the Arabic tongue (a piece of information which is strange considering that the his people did not understand Arabic, and in the Jewish traditions there are no indications of a holy book written in a language nobody could read or understand).
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 Moses - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Moses fled, "not fearing the wrath of the king" (Hebrews 11:27), not cringing before it or submitting to it, but defying it and braving all that it could bring upon him, degradation from his high position, deprivation of the privileges and comforts of the Egyptian court.
Moses received his commission, the most appalling commission ever given to a mere man (Ex 3:10)--a commission to a solitary man, and he a refugee--to go back home and deliver his kinsmen from a dreadful slavery at the hand of the most powerful nation on earth.
Moses was directed to a tree, the wood of which should counteract the alkaline character of the water (Exodus 15:23-25).
www.studylight.org /enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T6163   (8271 words)

 Moses - Crystalinks
Moses soon discovered from a higher source that the affair was known, and that Pharaoh was likely to put him to death for it; he therefore made his escape to the Sinai peninsula and settled with Hobab, or Jethro, priest of Midian, whose daughter Zipporah he in due time married.
Moses is also regarded as a symbol of the law, and so he is presented in all three Gospel accounts of the Transfiguration in Matthew 17, Mark 9, and Luke 9, respectively.
Moses is an Egyptian name-element meaning "-gave birth to him" or "-formed him" and was usually combined with a theophoric element, as in "Ramose" which had the meaning "child of Ra" or "Ra formed him".
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 Judaism 101: Moses, Aaron and Miriam
Moses, Aaron and Miriam were the leaders of the Children of Israel at a pivotal time in our history: the Exodus from Egypt and the forty years of wandering in the desert before the people entered the Promised Land.
Moses was born on 7 Adar in the year 2368 from Creation (circa 1400 BCE), the son of Amram, a member of the tribe of Levi, and Yocheved, Levi's daughter (Ex.
Moses was told to speak to a rock to get water from it, but instead he struck the rock repeatedly with a rod, showing improper anger and a lack of faith (Num.
www.jewfaq.org /moshe.htm   (1927 words)

 Moses. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Moses, one of the great names of Hebrew history, is referred to repeatedly in the Jewish, Christian, amd Muslim scriptures.
In the Qur’an, Moses is a precursor of Muhammad, confirming God’s revelation to Abraham.
Among the Pseudepigrapha is a Testament of Moses.
www.bartleby.com /65/mo/Moses.html   (335 words)

 Moses - Biblical people
Moses ("I drew him out of the water") son of Amram and Jochebed from the tribe of Levi, and the younger brother of Miriam and Aaron.
God instructed Moses to build a moveable Temple and to construct the Ark. After witnessing the conquest of the eastern side of the Jordan River, Moses was notified of his imminent death.
Moses conferred his authority upon Joshua, to lead the 600,000 men (not counting women and children) into the land of "milk and honey." Moses died at age 120.
www.aboutbibleprophecy.com /p51.htm   (421 words)

Moses, is to undermine and render unintelligible the subsequent history of the Israelites.
Moses, celebrate the first Pasch or Phase with their loins girt, their shoes on their feet, and staves in their hands, ready for rapid escape.
Moses is made mediator between God and the people, and, during two periods of forty days each, he remains in concealment on the mount, receiving from God the multifarious enactments, by the observance of which Israel is to be moulded into a
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10596a.htm   (1646 words)

 Daily Bible Study - Moses
Moses was a Levite (Exodus 2:1), son of Amram and Jochebed (Exodus 6:20), brother of Aaron and Miriam (1 Chronicles 6:3).
Moses was raised in the palace of the Pharaoh where he was educated in "all the wisdom of the Egyptians." After he had grown up, Moses killed an Egyptian who had been abusing a Hebrew (Exodus 2:11-12).
Moses married one of Jethro's daughters, Zipporah (Exodus 2:15-22).
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/moses.htm   (515 words)

 Moses - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Moses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Moses displays the Ten Commandments, written on stone tablets, to the Hebrews.
According to the Torah, the infant Moses was hidden among the bulrushes on the banks of the Nile when the pharaoh commanded that all newborn male Hebrew children should be destroyed.
It was necessary, therefore, to Moses that he should find the people of Israel in Egypt enslaved and oppressed by the Egyptians, in order that they should be disposed to follow him so as to be delivered out of bondage.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Moses   (358 words)

 Moses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Moses slaying of the Egyptian was not just an act of justice, but his identification as a Hebrew was in effect an act of rebellion, the earliest Mosaic idea to free his brethren.
Moses understands that he must convince the people of Israel that he has the authority to be the Jewish leader and equally important to address and convince the Pharaoh.
Moses was in a sense the man from heaven (an interesting analogy to the Gospel of St. John’s definition of Jesus).
www.moshereiss.org /messenger/06_moses/06_moses.html   (18843 words)

Moses is born during the Jewish enslavement in Egypt, during a terrible period when Pharaoh decrees that all male Hebrew infants are to be drowned at birth.
The instant God's or Moses' presence is not manifest, the children of Israel revert to amoral, immoral, and sometimes idolatrous behavior.
In response, he seems to have had a mini-breakdown: "Then Moses and Aaron fell on their faces before all the assembled congregation of the Israelites." The two independent spies, Joshua and Caleb, both of whom rejected the majority report, took over "and exhorted the whole Israelite community" (Numbers 14:7).
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/moses.html   (1071 words)

 The Civil Right to Radical Math: Robert Moses - US News and World Report
Harlem-born, Harvard-educated Robert Moses is a radical in the most traditional definition of the word: He goes to the root of the problem.
As Moses explains it, the connection between civil rights and the right to math literacy is logical.
Moses, who had taught math decades earlier at New York's Horace Mann High School, was determined that Maisha would take algebra-even if he had to teach it at the school himself.
www.usnews.com /usnews/news/articles/061022/30moses.htm   (552 words)

When Moses was born, his mother hid him for 3 months.
Moses was afraid and didn't want to go, but he went.
Moses was not a perfect man and did not see himself as the one who should lead the Israelites out of Egypt.
www.gardenofpraise.com /bibl7s.htm   (661 words)

 BBC - Religion & Ethics - Moses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In a new series In The Footsteps Of Moses Edward Stourton traces the history of the Jewish people and their impact on world history.
Some scholars claim that there is no evidence to prove that the extraordinary stories of Moses' life ever really happened.
Moses is a hugely influential prophet in Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
www.bbc.co.uk /religion/programmes/moses   (143 words)

 Crash Course in Jewish History Part 9: Moses
Moses grows up as the grandson of Pharaoh, who is then (whoever he was) the most powerful human being on earth, being the ruler of the mightiest nation on earth.
Moses could easily have grown up to be a totally assimilated, totally spoilt Egyptian kid.
The story of Moses' encounter with God at the burning bush is incredibly profound and laden with many deep meanings, but for our purposes in analyzing Jewish history we will consider the burning bush as synonymous with the Jewish people.
www.aish.com /literacy/jewishhistory/Crash_Course_in_Jewish_History_Part_9_Moses.asp   (2732 words)

 Who wrote the 5 books of Moses? (a.k.a. the Pentateuch, the books of the Law, the Torah)
Even if one believes in the inerrancy of the Bible, a case can be made that he authored only parts of the Torah, and that other writers added sections of their own and/or edited the resultant text.
Since conservative Christians believe in the inerrancy (freedom from error) of the Bible, the matter of authorship is settled and is not open to debate.
As mentioned elsewhere in this website, many Christian and Jewish conservatives believe that Moses is the sole author of the Pentateuch and that he was inspired directly by God to write text that is free of error.
www.religioustolerance.org /chr_tora.htm   (2188 words)

 Moses (1995) (TV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is the inspired prophet, modeled by Ben Kingsley on the older Cocteau in the exodus, and on the older Olivier for the Pisgah sight.
Miriam stricken is tended by Moses out of Ben-Hur, and his last view of Canaan is a conscious reflection of Preminger.
Moses is in a contrary position expressed by a sequence showing the Hebrews brought to the foot of Mt. Sinai at their own behest to hear the voice of the Lord.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0117086   (503 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Paltrow names second child Moses
He was born at the weekend in New York and is a healthy baby, said Paltrow's spokesman, who refused to say whether the birth was a caesarean section.
After the couple's daughter Apple was born, the actress said she did not understand the fuss about the name.
Moses is a song on Coldplay's Live 2003 album, said to have been written by Martin for his Oscar-winning wife.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/entertainment/4897324.stm   (219 words)

 Free Astrology For The Soul with Moses Siregar III and Friends
Moses will be teaching a one-day seminar on Advanced Locational Astrology after The Blast
Moses will be teaching a one-day seminar on Advanced Locational Astrology in Sedona, AZ on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007.
Moses and Steven Forrest to teach a weekend workshop in Sedona, AZ at the Sedona Creative Life Center: February 1st - 3rd, 2008.
www.astrologyforthesoul.com   (631 words)

These replacement necks for Spirit, Music Yo and Newburg guitars feature a fl Moses headpiece for use of both Steinberger double ball-end and single ball-end strings.
Moses Graphite is proud to offer Fingerboard Inlay for standard and custom headstocks and as an option on all Moses neck product models.
I personally purchase graphite fingerboards for my NSDB-US-5 electric upright basses because Moses is able to provide quality custom molded parts, moderate tooling cost, and timely delivery.
www.mosesgraphite.com   (309 words)

 Moses Home
For practical applications, these systems tend to be complex and a formal analysis of all the aspects that might be of interest to its designers is in general computationally intractable or sometimes even impossible in principle.
Our work is based on the results of the CodeSign project, which developed an object-oriented Petri net modeling formalism and a corresponding tool for the design of embedded systems.
The Moses project has a strong bias towards modeling power and simulation efficiency in an industrial application which suggests several directions in the development of both the concepts and the tool: more comprehensive statistics, faster simulation, improved configurability, and more expressible modeling languages.
www.tik.ee.ethz.ch /~moses   (393 words)

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