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09.24 bible - 09.24 The Wilderness Wandering and Second...

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09.24 The Wilderness Wandering and Second Giving of the Law I. Overview of the Narrative II. The Book of Numbers A. Title B. Important points of the narrative 1.The Period 2.Complaints and Punishments in Numbers a. Food supplies: manna and the quails (ch. 11) b. Moses’ authority (ch. 12) c. Refusal to trust: spies and decision to attack (ch. 13 and 14) d. Disobedience to Law (ch. 15) – man gathering sticks on the Sabbath stoned to death 3.Early Battles in Preparation for conquest a. Ch. 21 – Sion and Og b. No prisoners (kill everyone) c. Ch. 31: Midianites (kill every man) C. Critical Problems 1.2-3 million wandering around wilderness (no physical remains) 2.Genealogies: every woman has 27 male children 3.Archaeology a. Edom and Moab are mighty nations – they were in fact sparsely inhabited b. Not historically accurate III. The Book of Deuteronomy A. Title and Character 1.“Second Law” 2.Farewell address by Moses to restate law given on Mt. Sinai B. Points already seen 1.The giving of the Law
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course RELI 103 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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09.24 bible - 09.24 The Wilderness Wandering and Second...

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