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REL 1310 Exodus

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REL 1310 Exodus REL 1310

Daizha Gomes
Baylor University
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Notes on the emphasis of the end of Genesis and Exodus
Christian Scriptures
Dr. Eric Holleyman
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Daizha Gomes on Sunday October 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to REL 1310 at Baylor University taught by Dr. Eric Holleyman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Christian Scriptures in Religion at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 10/02/16
September 8, 2016 End Emphasis of Genesis (37-50) Joseph Story 1. Israel moved into a place of privilege in Egypt. (47,50) 2. God’s purposes (covenant) overcomes threats, even the corrupted nature of covenant people. 3. Deaths – Jacob (Israel) & Joseph – Egypt is a place of provision; it is not the promised land. Exodus  “Exodus” from LXX o “These are the names” Hebrew  Literary Narrative Structural (Legal)  Dual Emphasis Deliverance Covenant God’s Deeds Israel’s Response Date (B.C.E.) 1850 Abraham A popular Theory 1710-1570 Hyksos domination 1250 Exodus Exodus 1. Situation of Israel in Egypt 2. Birth & Preservation of Moses 3. Call of Moses 4. Contest with Pharaoh 5. Deliverance September 8, 2016 Exodus 1:1-8 Geneses to Exodus Bridge 1. These are the names of the sons of Israel who came to Egypt with Jacob, each with his household… a. Israel: 12 sons, company of 70 b. Multiplied: land filled 1:1-22 Situation Threat & Oppression 1:8-22  Threat o Forced labor o Kill the new born males  Hebrew midwives: Shiphrah & Puah  Egyptians 2:1-4:31 Introduction to Moses What is the irony in this narrative? Birth & Preservation 2:1-10 Water Israelite in Pharaoh’s House 2:11-25 Moses, the fugitive  Moses fled Egypt o Protection/Rejection  Moses in Midian o Reuel/Jethro, Zipporah o Pharaoh died & Israel cried out  “God heard their groaning, remembered H IS COVENANT .” (2:24) 3:1-4:17 Call of Moses Theophany in a Burning Bush September 8, 2016 Shoes removed (?) God of forefathers: heard, knows, seen Deliverance to a land flowing with milk and honey (images of paradise, Eden) 3:1-4:17 Response Four concerns: 1. “Who am I?” Promise of God’s presence. 2. What is your name? “I am who I am” = YHWH, Yahweh Pharaoh: “compelled by a mighty hand” 3. What if they will not listen? Rod Hand Water 4. Send someone else Aaron as spokesman Return to Egypt 4:18-31 Mighty Hand vs. Hardened Heart (4:21)  The Lord hardened Pharaoh’s heart. o 4:21, 9:12, 10:1, 20 & 27, 11:10, 14:8  Pharaoh’s heart was hardened. o 8:19, 9:7 & 35  Pharaoh hardened his heart. o 8:15 & 32, 9:34 Near death experience (4:24-26) Contest – 7:14-12:42 Plagues/Marvels Death/Passover (10 one): pushed out with plunder Rituals for Remembering 12:43-13:16  Passover  Festival of Unleavened bread September 8, 2016  Consecration of the first born Final Defeat of Pharaoh 13:17 – 14:31  Presence in cloud and fire  Victory at the Sea of Reeds (Red Sea) o “Lord will fight for you”


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