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The Pentateuch II: Moses and the Exodus
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
The Pentateuch II: Moses and the Exodus Name Institutional Affiliation Tutor Date The Pentateuch II: Moses and the Exodus Divisions in the Book of Exodus The book of Exodus is dominated by the story of Moses, his encounter with God, and the deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt.
The story about the birth of Moses, how he grew up, and how he was called by God to deliver the Israelites is also contained in the first section (Ex. 2:1-25, New King James Version). Finally, the first section details how Moses delivered the Israelites from Pharaoh. In particular, it gives an account of how Moses was instructed by God to speak to Pharaoh and order him to release the Israelites, how Pharaoh refused to obey, and the ten plagues that befell Egypt forcing Pharaoh to release the Israelites (Ex. 3-13, New King James Version). Section two gives an account of the journey made by the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan. Details on how the Israelites were led by God in crossing the Red Sea, how God fed them with manna from heaven, and the giving of theTen Commandments. This section also gives information on how the Israelites became disobedient to God and started practicing idolatry. As a result, God punished them for their ungratefulness by making them wander in the desert for forty years, such that none of the people who left Egypt except Joshua reached Canaan. The Use of “YHWH” and “Elohim” in reference to God The Yahwist source of the Pentateuch uses “YHWH” to refer to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. ...
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