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Moses in Egypt a novel inspired by the Prince of Egypt and the book of Exodus by Lynne Reid Banks

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Published by DreamWorks in New York .
Written in English



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  • Moses, (Biblical leader) -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Moses, (Biblical leader) -- Fiction,
  • Egypt -- Civilization -- To 332 B.C. -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Egypt -- Civilization -- To 332 B.C. -- Fiction

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Edition Notes

Statementby Lynne Reid Banks.
GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction.
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B2262 Mo 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination165 p., [8] p. of plates :
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL84160M
ISBN 100141302178
LC Control Number99190535

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  Egypt and the books of Moses, or Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! No_Favorite. share Pages:   Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up”. God wanted Moses to rescue the Israelites from Egypt. Moses was afraid and gave excuse after excuse, one being that he stuttered. Moses told God, “Please send someone else”(Exodus ). God didn’t want to send someone else and got angry with : Danielle Bernock. Moses, Hebrew Moshe, (flourished 14th–13th century bce), Hebrew prophet, teacher, and leader who, in the 13th century bce (before the Common Era, or bc), delivered his people from Egyptian the Covenant ceremony at Mt. Sinai, where the Ten Commandments were promulgated, he founded the religious community known as the interpreter of these . Bereishit (Genesis): The creation of the world and the early history of the Jewish nation, including the stories of Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Sarah, and Joseph. (summary | full text)Shemot (Exodus): The slavery in Egypt, the Exodus, the Giving of the Torah, and the building of the Tabernacle. (summary | full text)Vayikra (Leviticus): Deals with the Temple sacrifices, .

Moses, Prince of Egypt (). From the author of Spartacus and Freedom Road, comes a novel of the Bible's greatest freedom fighter, the rebellious prince of Egypt, Moses! This definitive new edition of Howard Fast's riveting novel portrays the early years of the man who would lead his people out of slavery to freedom/5.   In Moses Shapira, a Polish-born Jew and a recent convert to Christianity, arrived in Jerusalem and joined the Anglican community of Jewish converts at Christ Church, near Jaffa Gate. By he became Moses Wilhelm . To account for the complexities of the foundational event through which monotheism was established, Moses the Egyptian goes back to the short-lived monotheistic revolution of the Egyptian king Akhenaten ( B.C.E.). Assmann traces the monotheism of Moses to this source, then shows how his followers denied the Egyptians any part in the /5(2).   Moses, if he existed, likely lived in Egypt during the dynastic New Kingdom, and he was an early leader of the Hebrews and one of the most important figures in Judaism. He is a significant patriarch of all the Abrahamic religions, those who use the Torah, Christian Old Testament, or Quran as sacred texts.

Bock, Emil: Moses: From the Mysteries of Egypt to the Judges of Israel, (transl.), Davis, John J.: Moses and the Gods of Egypt, Studies in the Book of Exodus, Grand Rapids (Michigan) Ebers, Georg: Ägypten und die Bücher Moses. Sachlicher Commentar zu den ägyptischen Quellen in Genesis und Exodus, Leipzig In another other episode, Aaron and Moses participated in the preparation of one of the "ten plagues of Egypt" mentioned in the "Book of Exodus" () and they were thus instructed: Take to you handfuls of ashes of the furnace, and let Moses sprinkle it .   The age of Moses (Hebrew Mosheh) when he fled from Egypt is not stated in Exodus , but is given as 40 in The New Testament (Acts ). Forty is one of a few ages assigned him in rabbinical traditions (18 and 20 being advocated by other exeget.   The Ten Plagues of Egypt is a story related in the Book of Exodus. Exodus is the second of the first five books of the Judeo-Christian Bible, also called the Torah or Pentateuch. According to the story of Exodus, the Hebrew people living in Egypt were suffering under the cruel rule of the Pharaoh.