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Inspired by the Old Testament

Two weeks ago, I sat with my bible and a cup of Assam tea while reading through the Old Testament (OT) book of Deuteronomy.  I am following a chronological reading plan by George Guthrie.   1,097 more words

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The Children of Israel Complain to Moses

The children of Israel now complain to Moses because they are hungry.

Discuss Complaining About Being Hungry:

  • What is the difference between being hungry and starving?
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Homeschooling Bible

Why the Exodus, as commonly understood, probably never happened

At the urging of one of my relatives, I watched Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings‘.  This relative, knowing my skeptical nature, thought I might enjoy Scott’s naturalistic (mostly) take on the events in the story.   1,046 more words

Atheism

Was a Pharaoh's violent death curiously connected to Joseph?

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a little known pharaoh who may have had a connection to Joseph.

According to what was written on the tomb’s wall, his name was Senebkay. 580 more words

Apologetics

The Children of Israel Have Faith in God and Moses

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Discussion Questions:

  • The children of Israel had seen the “hand of God” before, during the plagues in Egypt, so why does it only say now that they had faith in God and in Moses?
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Bible Online

Thinking Versus Complaining

The children of Israel left Egypt. They are in the wilderness and see the Egyptians coming. They complain that they would rather have been slaves in Egypt. 387 more words

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Sometimes We Have to Remain Silent!

Moses tells the children of Israel that the Egyptians which they will see will not be seen anymore. God is going to make a war for them, but they have to keep quiet while He does this. 174 more words

Book Of Exodus