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Exodus: a Quick Overview | Whiteboard Bible Study

29 526 views | 17 Nov. 2018

Exodus is the second book

Exodus is the second book of the Bible, and it tells the story of how God rescued Israel from Egypt to make them his special people.

You can learn more about the book of Exodus at https://overviewbible.com/exodus/

Mike Brady

Great way to summarize the chapters!

OneLike YouBer

I too liked the layout and will be revisiting this channel.

Dan Marine

I apologize in advance for asking something, that might feel irrelevant to your channel, but I have a very good friend, who recently lost her brother to death. We all prayed very hard for him, but a week ago, he passed. Now my friend (the sister of brother who passed) is claiming to no longer believe in the Lord, she is angry with him. I have been searching for answers in the bible, and I did find some scriptures that might apply, but really unsure. I just want to provide her references to scriptures, to not give up hope, and why. He was a great man who lived in Colombia. He was Catholic. If there are any answers that the bible gives, such as why a soul is not saved, even after hundreds of faith based prayers. I have seen much death in my own life, and it does raise the question, why didn't he answer my prayers? If you, or anyone here, can share scriptures that apply, I would love to share this with my friend. She is devastated right now, and feeling suicidal. I wish I was closer to her (geographically), to help, but I am not. Thank you for any response. God Bless, and thank you sir for your channel, I just subscribed.

Cynthia Miller

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Bimla kandulna

Good job Bro.you summed up the entire book of exodus in nutshell.thanks

CHRISTIAN PRAYER CENTER

Thank you

Russell Millar

Oh yeah, if we look outside scripture--at archaeology and history we find the Egyptian Empire included Canaan and other lands ( together known as Phoenicia) until somewhere in 1st century BCE. The Jews were enslaved there in their own home land, similar to how they were enslaved by Assyrians, Babylonians, and Persians and later Romans. Your faith precludes you from accepting the reality that, outside scripture, there is no evidence for the story of Exodus. My main point being: the story,as written, makes no sense--despite your attempts to add and subtract stuff to help God with his story--but this is all grown-up stuff.

TTTlois

Interesting !! I was getting bored w the exodus 28. Great to read in perspective!

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thanks

André Domanski

Thank you very much, brother. I hope you can still make more videos.

Pat

Thanks Jeff.

Sophie V

Thank you for the lesson! It was so informative?

thandooo leann

Thanks for this , it's useful.

Rebecca Israel

great summary and very helpful! God bless you Jeffrey!

Ron Snow

Great video , thanks for the upload.

James Brodski

Thank you for the amazing video. I learned a lot. This is great content that everybody should be watching!

James Kingsley - QPatriot Org

I enjoy your overviews... what is your view regarding the possibility that what is happening now is synchronistic and allegorically comparable to the story of Exodus? . qp

Vicky Lin

Thank you. I really like your short overview explanation. Hope you do this for all books.

John Harris

When do we get Leviticus? :-)

Francoeur La

It was very helpful, thank you Jeffrey.

Glen Manning

We live in a world of Good and evil. Its a war!

Lillian Glover

Thank you! This has been so helpful for my biblical studies task.

voxservice

Am I going to find out why this Lord character is so OCD about yeast? It reads like a Monty Python sketch! Very funny.

Russell Millar

Hey Jeffrey, I've always wondered about part of the Exodus story; 9:3 has all of the Pharaoh's animals killed w/ a murrain "Behold, the hand of the LORD is upon thy cattle which in the field, upon the horses, upon the asses, upon the camels, upon the oxen, upon the sheep, there will be a grievous murrain". Where did the Egyptians come up with the horses to chase the Jews to their doom in the Red Sea----scribal error? botched translation? Book of fairy tales???

Carlo Alvarez

This is, so far, the most informative talk re exodus, i’ve ever encountered here on Youtube. Kudos!

Princess Chintalli

Thanks for your video it helped me get the First prize in the Book of Exodus Quiz Competition in our church. Thanks to God guiding me to watch this ... Praise the Lord ?

hemant1010

Superb. Very nicely explained.

ECWnWWF

do you have a summary on Leviticus?

Sean Lahey

Well done again!

Suppamongkhon Wittayarak

Amen

Josephine Pereda

thank you for always explaining. I love your videos. I have one question in exodus 4 verse 24 why was God going to kill Moses but then Zipporah saved him with their sons circumcision? I understand the importance of circumcision for Israelites but why was the Lord going to kill moses?

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The Exodus from Egypt, a Lecture with Dr. James Hoffmeier

98 919 views | 7 Mar. 2012

James Hoffmeier is an

James Hoffmeier is an Egyptologist and Archaeologist who currently teaches Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern History and Archaeology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Hoffmeier lived in Egypt from birth until the age of sixteen and later went to Wheaton College to earn his Bachelor of Arts. He completed both his Masters and Doctorate degrees at the University of Toronto.

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William Propp - What Was The Exodus?

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UCSD EXODUS CONFERENCE

UCSD EXODUS CONFERENCE

"Out of Egypt: Israel's Exodus Between Text and Memory, History and Imagination"

May 31 -- June 1, 2013

Qualcomm Institute @ Calit2 Auditorium, University of California, San Diego.