The Bible: Season 1, Episode 2

Exodus (3 Mar. 2013)

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While in exile, Moses is told by God at the Burning Bush that he will free the Israelites from slavery. Moses returns to Egypt and, with the help of ten devastating plagues and the miracle of the parting of the Red Sea, he leads the Israelites to freedom. At Mount Sinai, Moses receives laws from God that will prepare the Israelites for life in a new land. Written by mcgrames

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Moses And Joshua
18 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Exodus is the second episode of The Bible.In it,we are treated to stories taken from the books of Exodus,Deuteronomy and Joshua.

It starts when Moses talks to God on the burning bush asking him to go back to Egypt to free the Israelite people.He returns and looks for his brother,Aaron.Both talk to that Pharaoh and asked him to set the Israelites free.Due to the Pharaoh's stubbornness,Egypt suffered ten plagues.Israelites were finally set free after the tenth plague wherein the Pharaoh's son dies.But he later changed his mind and led chariots of soldiers to chase Moses and his people.Unfortunately,the Israelites managed to evade them during the parting of the Red Sea as the pursuing Egyptians drowned upon chasing them.Later,we witness Moses receive the ten commandments from God.At the end of the episode,Joshua takes over Moses upon his death and prepares them for the Battle Of Jericho as they camp outside of the city and asked his soldiers as spies.

Just like the previous episode,I felt that this same episode suffers from unevenness particularly while telling the story of Moses and the exodus of the Israelite people.The ten plagues are somewhat told in passing as well as the story of the first Passover.Also,the experience of the Israelites in their journey to the Promise Land was barely told.In fact,after the Ten Commandments were given to Moses,it jumps into the story of Joshua.The Battle Of Jericho was given a lot of attention for will be a lot of action-packed scenes ahead which will definitely entertain the viewer just like the magnificent parting of the Red Sea.Too bad that it did not dwell upon the struggles of the Israelites during their Exodus like their disobedience towards God and the provisions that the Lord sent them in times of trials and distress.Nevertheless,one will never fall short of entertainment especially with the magnificence of great CGI scenes particularly the parting of the Red Sea.In summary,the episode tries to overwhelm the viewer with technology rather than what the lessons that the stories of Moses,Exodus and Joshua provide will provide to the viewer.

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