Book of Exodus
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There are a bunch of old Jewish legends that fill in some holes in the Bible. This particular one fictionalizes an encounter Abraham had with his father in their family idol shop. You know, just to give you a little more context on the Second Commandment.
Look no further. This is the republishing of an 1905 encyclopedia article on Exodus. It's pretty neat to see how people in the olden days thought about this stuff.
The specs for the Tabernacle in Exodus are so complete that plenty of folks have created replicas (life-sized!). We dare you to try it with Legos.
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Charlton Heston and Yul Brenner take on a huge adaptation of the Exodus story. Talk about a big production.
Val Kilmer. Michelle Pfeiffer. Ralph Fiennes. Patrick Stewart. Jeff Goldblum. Sandra Bullock. Should we continue? Okay. Danny Glover. Helen Mirren. Steve Martin. Martin Short. Yeah, it takes quite a cast to bring Exodus to life. And a little animation never hurts.
This documentary tries to piece together evidence for the historicity of the Exodus story. People generally weren't too psyched about what it had to say. Can we get it in 3-D, please?
Trying to root the Exodus story in history can be frustrating and fascinating all at once. This article analyzes the relationship between Exodus and an ancient king of Egypt, Sargon.
Moses mattered then and he still matters now. See what a very smart lady has to say about his significance over time.
The Dead Sea Scrolls include portions of Exodus. Curious? Check out this website to see the differences.
Bob Marley rocks out to his song, "Exodus." If Moses heard this, you think he'd be convinced to try out the dreads?
Talk about old school. This 1956 epic film sure used its fair share of extras. We wonder if there were 600,000 of them.
Check out the trailer for this controversial documentary about the historicity of Exodus.
Mel Brooks has something to say about that.
Think it would be more dramatic if it was read out loud? Take a listen here. Or just take a shot at it yourself.
A rabbi, a professor, and a Catholic priest walk into a bar. Oh wait, we got the ending wrong. A rabbi, a professor, and a Catholic priest discuss the implications of the Exodus story in this clip.
Moses looks good in animation!
That's one heck of a beard.
Want to know where the Israelites went on foot? Check out this fancy map. Then we dare you to GoogleMaps it.