Exodus in 1 Kings
The Covenant and Our Deliverance
Seven Exoduses (Part 1)
Israel's exodus from Egypt is one of the central redemptive-historical events in the Scriptures, so central that it is the pattern for at least seven events in Scripture that may themselves be called “Exoduses.” This first article in a series determines the main elements of the exodus, and then considers how these are manifested in the events of the exodus of Abram in Genesis 12 and Genesis 20.
Christmas: The Word Tabernacles among Men
This article offers an explanation of John 1:14 and its mention of the Word dwelling among us. The article considers the Old Testament background, namely, the tabernacle as it's introduced in Exodus.
Ten Things You Should Know about the Exodus
This article offers ten insights on the exodus from Egypt, including: it is an event in which God discloses his identity, it is a basis for prophetic expectation, it provides a framework within which to understand the work of Christ, and it gives us a sense of our place in God's work of redemption.
Moses and the Egyptian Tale of Sinuhe
Citing some similarities between the book of Exodus and the Egyptian Tale of Sinuhe, some theologians have entertained the thought that Exodus is simply a literary work of art much along the lines of the tale of Sinuhe. The author disputes this thinking, citing both similarities and important differences between the two narratives.
Luke 17:34 – "On That Night"
This article's thesis is that Luke 17:34-35 is about the sudden coming of the kingdom. Its concentrates on this coming as an occasion when some people are irrevocably separated from others without any apparent warning. The patterns of Lot and Noah and the exodus form the background for understanding this sudden and final separation and judgment.
Goliath and the Exodus Giants: How Tall Were They?
What was the size of Goliath and the giants we read of in Joshua? In this paper the author argues that both the six-cubits reading and the four-cubits reading of 1 Samuel 17:4 give the same basic height for Goliath. In addition, this paper will argue that both readings are saying that Goliath was about eight feet tall. It also seeks to answer related questions about the size of the exodus giants.
The Biblical Date for the Exodus is 1446 BC: A Response to James Hoffmeier
This article is a response to a previous article by James Hofmeier on the date of the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt.
What Is the Biblical Date for the Exodus? A Response to Bryant Wood
What is the biblical date for the exodus? This article is a critical response to an earlier article by Bryant Wood who argued for an early dating of the exodus. Hoffmeier is convinced that the 13th century date is equally based on biblical evidence. He, therefore, offers a modest critique of some aspects of Wood’s apology for the 15th century. The discussion is placed within the context of the mainstream scholarship regarding the Israelite exodus from Egypt.
Propositions for Evangelical Acceptance of a Late-Date Exodus-Conquest: Biblical Data and the Royal Scarabs from Mt. Ebal
What is the date of the exodus-conquest of the people of Israel? This article reviews the history of the study of the date of the exodus. The main section of the article traces two lines of argument, the one textual and the other from archaeological evidence, that may support the late date.
Exodus – The Narrative and Theology of Exodus
This chapter introduces the book of Exodus. It takes a look at the narrative and theology of Exodus and supplies a detailed outline of the contents of the book.
Exodus – Introduction to Exodus
This chapter provides an introduction to the book of Exodus. The Introduction explores the plot of the book, its authorship, issues of interpretation, key theological and/or narrative themes, historical setting, and its relationship with the New Testament.
An Eighteenth Dynasty Rameses
In this paper Archer gives arguments against a late date theory for Exodus. He points towards an inscription of the name Rameses that would give a fifteenth century Moses access to the name.
The Theological Significance of the Exodus
This essay reflects on the theological significance of the exodus.
The Time of the Oppression and the Exodus
How should the exodus of the Israelites be dated? It is an old problem in Biblical Studies. Rea discusses different solutions that have been considered in the past.
The Date of the Conquest
This article evaluates three models that seek to date the exodus and Israel's conquest of Canaan. It evaluates the immigration, revolt, and two-phase conquest model.
The Sinai Desert
This map indicates the general location of the Sinai desert. The accompanying article also explains some of the difficulties involved in identifying biblical places and regions associated with the Israelite exodus.
The Route of Israel's Exodus
What was the exodus route followed by the Israelites when they left Egypt going toward Canaan? The exact route is not known, neither is the location of some places mentioned in the Bible, such as Mount Sinai. This map shows a possible route that the Israelites might have followed.
Route of the Exodus
What was the exodus route followed by the Israelites when they left Egypt under the leadership of Moses? This is a map of possible exodus routes.
Looking at the book of Exodus, this article discusses how archaeology can be used to give some background information on the Bible.