The Life of Moses
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- Discuss Moses in ways that you could not do before
- Who was Moses
- Why he was important
- His relationship to other religions
- All of the material necessary for the course is provided within the course itself
This course provides the student with an in-depth study on the life of Moses. The course is divided into three sections with 8 video lectures, introductory and summary videos and sectional quizzes. The course is self-paced but should be completed in only a couple of days. This course is perfect for church leaders, Christian Educator, clergy, laity and religious students
- Church Leaders
- Christian Educators
- General Laity
- Religious Students
- Small Group Leaders
- Sunday School Teachers
Introductory video to the class that provides an overview of the material found in Section 1.
This first lesson looks at who Moses was and provides some critical information on the background and family tree of Moses. It also discusses the general socio-political context that Moses would be born into.
This video lecture discusses the circumstances associated with the birth and discovery of Moses
This lecture introduces the student to the material found in the four lessons associated with the life of Moses. These lectures will include Moses time with Zipporah, his wife, in Median, his return to Egypt as a liverator, the struggle of the exodus, the wandering in the wilderness and even the death of Moses himself.
This lesson eamines the classic confrontation between Moses and Pharaoh. This battle was actually a battle between the God of Moses, Yahweh and the gods of the Egyptians who were believed to be housed in the person of the Pharaoh. This lesson will look at the 10 plagues that led to Pharaoh's release of the Hebrews and the historic crossing of the Red Sea with the Egyptian army in pursuit
This lesson discusses the presence of God in the life of the Hebrew people once they left Egypt. This lesson describes Moses' experience at Mt. Sinai, God delivery of the Ten Commandments to him, the people's construction of a golden calf and the provisions of God while the Hebrew people were in the wilderness