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    treats its women, and the Ancient Israelites are no exception. The book of Exodus reveals to historians and scholars the economic and social roles of women in Hebrew society. Exodus is split into two sections: narrative of the Israelites escape from Egypt and the covenant traditions. Though Exodus is primarily focused on the narrative side, the societal and cultural restrictions placed upon women are revealed all throughout. Exodus firmly establishes women’s role in society and three central…

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    Exodus 23 Analysis

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    There are three major points within the chapter of Exodus 23, such a repeat of the ten commanents, and as well as a more in depth explanation. The other nations are a wicked people, and Yahua starts by telling the isrealittes not be like them. Bribes are a way to cloud the judgement of a person in athority , and to create of false report. Being a fake witness, and creating your own story to enjoy a person's pain and suffering. Killing a person in cold blood is something that yah considers a…

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    Throughout this semester, many important topics have been covered. Each of these topics are crucial to a believer's faith, however there are some that stand out in my mind as being most important. All of these topics I had somewhat of an understanding before taking the class, but I have grown in my knowledge and would consider them to be the most important things I have further learned through this course. The topics are: God’s chief end is to glorify Himself, God is faithful, and…

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    In Exodus, Moses did not go seeking justice on his own. He was walking along in the desert and happened to stumble upon a burning bush and happened to be the one chosen to fight for justice. Without prior knowledge, Moses was in God’s plan all along to free…

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    When Therapy Contradicts itself Conversion therapy (also known as reparative therapy) used to “fix” people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender (LGBT). This is a cruel therapy that was called reparative therapy in the early 20th century because it was said to repair the indivual in order to fit the norms of society. Electroshock therapy was the most popular form of conversion therapy because it was believed to give consequences of pain for actions that were “abnormal.” Most…

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    Abraham and Sarahs hospitality, the Sodomites and Gomorites, who did not please God, as well as how to people acted in the times of Noah. The book of Exodus is filled with the history of Israel when they were slaves in Egypt, and led to freedom by Moses. During this time a enslavement, God reveals to Moses how His people are ought to worship him. in Exodus 20:22-26, God tells Moses to make Him an altar and to sacrifice their whole burnt offerings on it. About 2,000 years later, after…

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    The book of Exodus is a crucial narrative marking the beginning of the history of Israel. The Exodus tradition is threefold; telling the story of Israel’s liberation and freedom, a binding covenantal relationship with God on Mount Sinai and the conquest of a promised land. It is the journey of Israel and God, where the Lord becomes “The God of Israel” (Mark. S.Smith). The miracle demonstrates the love and power of Yahweh and proves that he was worth trusting Through the Exodus, the story of…

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    Crystal Avina Books of Moses Professor Christine Vetne February 17, 2017 Exodus The Book of Exodus, similar to the book of Genesis, presents claims that suggest the author is Moses. Events which support such claims of Mosaic authorship include Moses writing down the Ten Commandments, recording Israel’s victory over Amalek, and noting the covenant. The book of Exodus is believed to span over roughly 80-81 years from 1526 B.C, to about 1445 B.C. The book is commonly divided into two main parts:…

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    Arab Exodus Research Paper

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    first stage of the exodus. Therefore, it can be said that the civil war that was launched by the Arabs and expanded by both communities hit mainly the Arabs ruthlessly as the Jews were winning, which increased fear among the Arabs of being destroyed at the hands of Jews. As a result, those who could (middle and upper classes), left the country to save their lives, this is stated by Morris as the first stage of the Exodus (December 1947-March 1948). The second stage of the exodus (April-June…

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    The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy are important additions to the Bible after reading about the account of Adam and Eve, and about Noah and the flood. Sin entered the world and mankind was no longer in fellowship or relationship with God. God is holy and cannot exist with sin, and man is sinful to the core. In Exodus God shows Himself to be faithful. He also shows that He has a plan and He is perfectly able to see it through. He chose His people, the Israelites, and through many miracles,…

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