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Reaction Paper on Hebrew Bible (Exodus 5-12)
Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Reaction Paper on Hebrew Bible (Exodus 5-12). This is a reaction paper about the epic struggle between the prophet Moses and the pharaoh Ramses…
Moses, on the instructions of Jehovah pleading for the freedom of his people, the children of Israel, and the stubborn insistence of the king Ramses not to allow them freedom form four hundred and three years of bondage. The object of this paper is simple first, to summarize the primary text; second, the historical background that backs and in some instances does not support the text; third, to identify the aspects that are meaningful and why they are so; and four, to identify the aspects that are problematic and whereof this problem stems from. The paper concludes with a comprehensive survey of all the textual facts, anomalies and discrepancies.
The chapters 5 to 12 of the Hebrew Bible are mainly concerned with the record of miraculous happenings that result because of the pharaoh time and again not keeping his promise to Moses to grant them freedom to pray to Jehovah in the wilderness.
It is his pride and unbelief that leads to the occurrence of the ten plagues that visit the Egyptians one after the other and culminate in the death of the first born among the Egyptians but still the pharaoh is unrepentant and according to Jehovah is destined to destruction of his people and himself. ...
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