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The Exodus Tradidion Patriarchal tradition Exodus from Egypt Genesis 12--------50 Exodus 1--------15 70 born to Jacob A. The thematic connection with patriarchal stories? See Gen 28:13-14; 46:27; Exod 1:5-7; 3:8; 6:4 The divine promise of many descendents is fulfilled by Exod 1. Exod 1-15 narrates the beginning of the fulfillment of the promise of the land. B. Organization of Ex 1-15 Part I: Introduction (ch. 1-6) Oppression in Egypt (1) Birth and call of Moses (2-4) Oppression of Pharaoh (5) Renewed call of Moses (6) Part II: The 10 Egyptian Plagues (ch. 7-13) Part III: The Departure from Egypt (ch. 13-15) C. The 10 Egyptian Plagues Water to blood Frogs Gnats Flies Plague on livestock Boils Hail Locusts Darkness The Passover Observations:
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1. The plagues narrate the collision between Jahweh and Pharaoh. Whose will is superior? 2. Basic pattern: God commissions Moses; Pharaoh refuses; plague; Pharaoh relents; Moses intercedes and the plague ends; Pharaoh refuses.
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course REL 1004 taught by Professor Isbell during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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