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9-17-03 Notes Change in Reading Assignment Instead of Leviticus 1-16 Read Leviticus 1-7; 11; 16-20 Moses and the Exodus I. Background a. From Ur to Egypt i. Joseph as a slave – pharaohs right hand man b. Patriarchs as introduction II. Overview of the Exodus Event a. The Narrative b. Historical Setting i. Most of the names are actually Egyptians 1. why Egyptian names? 2. The roots are actually from people coming out of Egypt 3. some evidence that Israel was coming to existence during this event 4. no historical evidence of people in Israel until the end of the 13 century BCE 5. found on a stone call The Merneptah Stele (1210 BCE) a. The princes are prostrate saying, “Mercy!” Not one raises his head among the Nine Bows. Carried off is Ashkelon (city); seized upon is Gezer (city); Yanoam (city) is made as that which does not exist; Israel is laid waste; its seed is not; Hurru as become a widow for Egypt!. All lands together, they are pacified; Everyone who was restless, he has bound by the oiing of Upper and Lower Egypt 6. Egyptian Pharaohs of the Time of Exodus a. Seti I (1294-1279 BCE) (Moses’ alleged grandfather?) b. Raamses II (1279-1213 BCE) (Pharaoh of the Exodus) c. Merneptah (1213-1203 BCE) (First conqueror of Israel) d. Have mummies of all three pharaohs which suggests that Raamses II was not killed during the fight at the red sea III. Key points in the Narrative a. Enslavement and the birth of a savior i. First time the ark comes out of the Noah story ii. Moses is put in a basket and floated down the sea, Pharaohs daughter finds him and raises him as her own
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