Exodus 1-4: Jewish Myths or Lessons for Christians Today?

  Artist’s portrayal of the ‘burning bush’

Artist’s portrayal of the ‘burning bush’

 

Wikipedia claims that the Exodus is a Jewish legend that has no basis in historical fact. Is that true? If there was an exodus from Egypt by the Hebrews, was it in the 15th or 13th century BCE? In this first part of a multi-part sermon series, Dr. Thiel goes over each verse in the first four chapter of the Book of Exodus. He goes over Moses' early life and that God has used leaders that did not think they had what it took to lead. Dr. Thiel discusses when disobedience to government authorities is proper. He also ties many parts of the accounts in Exodus with passages in the New Testament. Was mighty Moses sometimes a coward? Dr. goes over the 'enigmatic' passages in Exodus 4:24-26 and the ramifications this has for Christians today.

Two written articles of related matters are "Exodus and the Days of Unleavened Bread" URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/exodus-days-... and "Exodus 4:24, Why would God have sought to kill Moses?" URL: http://www.ccog.org/exodus-424-why-wo...

 

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