Bible, Genesis,Exodus SQ's

Not killing any of the boys abled a levite woman to

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was born. Not killing any of the boys abled a Levite woman to birth Moses who leads the Jews out of Egypt. 4. Discuss the significances of the symbolisms found in Moses’ encounter with God in Exodus 3:1-15. When Moses asks God, when he says the God of your fathers has sent me to the Israelites and the people ask whats his name what should Moses say, God responds, “I am who am” and that Moses shall say “I AM sent me to you” foreshadows the first commandment. The first commandment does not deny there are other gods but there is one God that we shall worship above all. Also Moses goes to Egypt sent from God to save the Israelites. Jesus is not born yet so Moses is the savior. God is saving the people from Egypt through Moses. 5. Discuss the ambiguities and the difficulties of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery in Egypt. What evidences in the text show that they desired/dreaded real liberation? What evidences in the text show that they understood/misunderstood what real liberation was all about? The Israelites wanted freedom. When the Pharoah set them free, Moses led them to the Red Sea. There the Egyptians we coming for them like God had told Moses and as they got closer to the sea the Israelites complained to Moses, “Were there no burial places in Egypt that you had to bring us out here to die in the desert? Why did you do this to us?
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  • Fall '10
  • Sweeny
  • Judaism, bible, Moses

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