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The Route of the Exodus Map

The Route of the Exodus Map

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Published by Broadman & Holman Publishers .
Written in English

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  • Christian Education - Teaching Aids,
  • Christianity - Education - Teaching Aids,
  • Maps & Road Atlases,
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    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11279360M
    ISBN 100805439722
    ISBN 109780805439724

    The Route of the Exodus Map by, September , Broadman & Holman Publishers edition, Paperback in English. This package includes 6 Bible maps in HD (p) format. These maps cover specific events in the history of Israel including the lives of Joseph, Judah, Moses and the Exodus. Included Maps: Joseph Betrayed into Egypt (Genesis ) Judah and Tamar (Genesis ) Joseph's Brothers go to Egypt to buy Grain (Genesis ).

    The Route of the Exodus. At least three routes of escape from Pithom and Rameses have been proposed: (1) a northern route through the land of the Philistines (but see ); (2) a middle route leading eastward across Sinai to Beersheba; and (3) a southern route along the west coast of Sinai to the southeastern extremities of the peninsula. The. The Stations of the Exodus are the 42 locations visited by the Israelites following their exodus from Egypt, recorded in Numb with variations also recorded in the books of Exodus and Deuteronomy.. According to the documentary hypothesis, the list of the Stations is believed to have originally been a distinct and separate source text. In this hypothesis, it is believed that the redactor.

    There are about 50 proposed Exodus routes, but only about 3 are generally accepted. It is believed traditionally that the Red Sea crossing was on the Gulf of Suez. However, the problem with that theory is that there are no mountains there; as you can plainly see from the topological map below, it is a .   This map shows the 42 camp sites during the Wilderness Journey when the people of God left Egypt—in what is called the Exodus—and traveled for 40 years around the wilderness before settling into Canaan, the Promised Land. Each of the 42 camp sites is pinpointed on the map as well as the major sites where important events happened/5(11).


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The Route of the Exodus Map Download PDF EPUB FB2

Map 1 lays out a feasible route through the network of low-lying wadis. The travel distance between Rameses and Nuweiba via this path is about km ( mi.). Given these circumstances, and the travel chronology in the book of Exodus, I estimate that the Hebrews crossed the Sinai Peninsula in as little as 18 days, an average of miles per.

Full color wall map displays the route of Exodus. Black and white informational resources can be found on the reverse. Fully laminated, for durability and ease of use. Measures approximately 26' x 19 3/8'. The Route of the Exodus--Wall Map ().

Detailed line drawing map with notes of the Exodus BC. Exodus Route proven from the Bible: Satellite map of the Exodus BC. Exodus Route proven from the Bible: Encyclopedia of Exodus Route Maps: Old, Ancient, Antique, Vintage and Modern maps.

Exodus Route Map. Follow The Path of the Exodus: Very few biblical scholars hold the view that Mt. Sinai was at Jabal Musa (and they’re right) and yet, almost all maps of the exodus have Sinai there.

In fact, the biblical evidence indicates that Sinai was on the other side of the Gulf of Aqaba in north-western Arabia, near Midian.

This map of the Exodus, was added to the book of Numbers in the Bible published by Richard Harrison (London ). The map shows the route the Israelites followed through the wilderness including 42 various stops along the way.

Authors note: The exodus route proposed herein was conceived by the author in AD, but it is actually a restoration of the ancient view held by first century Christians. Step #1: I began with the Bible as my only guide and blueprint for locating places connected with the exodus. I completely ignored everything EXCEPT the bible: I ignored maps, history, commentaries and the opinions of.

Study Bible: Map of Israel’s exodus from Egypt. Timeline shows when the Mosaic Law covenant went into effect, when Moses commissioned Joshua to lead Israel. The route of the Exodus is primarily a geographical problem, not an archaeological problem.

The mission of is to explain Exodus locations and enigmas using sound geographical research. Where was Mount Sinai. What was the route of the Exodus. Is Jabal al-Maqla Mount Sinai. These questions and more are answered in the new book.

Posts about map of Exodus route written by atozmom. Where God, Life, & Community Meet UPDATE: BSF'S ONLINE CLASS REGISTRATION COMING AUGUST 25TH. The Israel Bible is the world’s first Tanakh (Bible) centered around the Land of Israel, the People of Israel, and the dynamic relationship between ed for both Jewish and non-Jewish readers alike, The Israel Bible offers a unique commentary that seeks to explain God’s focus on the Land of Israel alongside the original Hebrew text, transliteration of select Hebrew verses, and the.

"This 19 3/8" X 26", 4-color map details important events, journeys, and people from the Bible. It is taken from the Holman Bible Atlas or Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions. It is full color on the front and has black and white informational text written by Dr.

Tommy Brisco (Professor of Old Testament and Archaeology at Baylor University) on the back."Height: The Route of the Exodus Map Wall Chart – January 1, out of 5 stars 3 ratings.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Wall Chart, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Wall Chart — All books, all the time/5(3). Exodus Route.

Exodus Route – “Out of Egypt” The Exodus route described in the Bible is surrounded with confusion and controversy. Let’s see if we can get a handle on a way the Hebrews may have traveled, where they crossed the water to leave Egypt, and where they ended-up that was completely, totally, and utterly “out of Egypt.”.

The Northern Cheyenne Exodus, also known as Dull Knife's Raid, the Cheyenne War, or the Cheyenne Campaign, was the attempt of the Northern Cheyenne to return to the north, after being placed on the Southern Cheyenne reservation in the Indian Territory, and the United States Army operations to stop them.

The period lasted from to Quick Reference Map Map of the Possible Route of the Exodus (Click to Enlarge) The principle divisions of the book are as follows: Outline of the Book of Numbers. 1) The preparation for the departure from Sinai ().

The events described here took place in nineteen days. the route of the exodus journeys (From newsletter # 2 first published January ) The first indepth study we will present will be the events of the Exodus journey, beginning with the time the multitude leaves Egypt until they cross the Red Sea.

Ina suggestion was made by researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado, showing how winds could have moved the waters creating passage for Moses.

This theory, supported by a computer simulation, could have explained the biblical account of the Exodus. InMichael Rood and a team of scientists and explorers documented. Exodus It was the Wilderness of the Red Sea -- the mountainous land of the mid and southern Sinai Peninsula.

This was along a route that was commonly taken in those days by both caravans and the army, and it was called "the southern route." This route was taken because it was safer than travelling along the coast, where the Philistines were.

A Potential Clue to the Exodus Route on an Egyptian Wall One of the major clues in the Egyptian approach to the Dead End step is found in a relief carved on an exterior wall of Karnak temple in Luxor, Egypt. This wall is filled with a panorama of war scenes celebrating the victories of Pharaoh Seti I, who was the father of Ramesses II.

- This map shows the 42 camp sites during the Wilderness Journey when the people of God left Egypt—in what is called the Exodus—and traveled for 40 years around the wilderness before settling into Canaan, the Promised Land. Biblemapper. Bible Mapper is a fully interactive, highly accurate Bible mapping system that helps you quickly and easily create customized maps of the Holy Lands or study a particular period and aspect of Bible sting tool!

Many of the maps in the next .his 19 3/8" X 26", 4-color map details important events, journeys, and people from the Bible. It is taken from the Holman Bible Atlas or Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions.

It is full color on the front and has black and white informational text written by Dr. Tommy Brisco (Professor of Old Testament and Archaeology at Baylor University) on the : $Red Sea. The book of Exodus states that the escaping Hebrew slaves in Egypt travelled “around the desert road toward the Red Sea.

(Exodus ) Well, the satellite photo team examined this red line with interest. From the Nile Delta, they noticed that the line went first a little eastward to Succoth.