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Sept. 6 Religion – Dowd Exam Review Tues. 6-7 B15 Genesis - Jacob’s death - Joseph died – his bones to be taken along when God comes Exodus – the way out Hebrew – documents named by the first word in the document Exodus 1.8 – new king – doesn’t know Joseph –forgotten by the Egyptian palace – oppress Israelites – (worried they’ll rise up and be a threat) Hebrew midwives – to kill baby boys and allow girls to live – don’t do it b/c they fear God – Pharaoh confronts them, excuses made – Pharaoh tells all Egyptians to throw male babies in the Nile = sacrifice to the Egyptian god. Moses – put in a basket floated down the river – Pharaoh’s daughter finds baby – sister says you need someone to take care of the baby – gets mother – Israelites clever vs. Egyptian stupidity God intended for Moses to live, become literate, learn military strategy Moses grows up – kills Egyptian b/c Egyptian beats Israelite – Pharaoh finds out – Moses runs to Midian – sits by well priest’s daughters bring him to their fathers – becomes a shepherd (shepherd = metaphor for leader) Mt. Sinai – burning bush that doesn’t burn up – constantly burning – God speaks out of the bush –
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