Joyanna Adams

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Moses Taught Slaves How to Riot?

Nobody Flashes…again.exodus

Just a thought: My husband and I went to see Exodus tonight, and if you’ve ever seen the Ten Commandments, then this one will seem lame–having said that, the horses were beautiful.

Nevertheless, there is one thing that disturbed me. They kept pretty much to the Bible, except when Moses first started leading the people against the Pharaoh, he taught the slaves  how to fight, and make bombs, and blow up the food supplies of the Egyptians. Now, I don’t remember that part being in the Bible, do you?


God (who is disguised as the same little kid from Matrix, also not in the Bible) comes down and tells him all this fighting will go on too long, and he should let him take care of things. And so Moses steps aside and God delivers the plagues.

Whatever you may think of the movie’s interpretation, I thought that, if I was a black militant, I would think to myself, “Gee, Moses taught the slaves to ATTACK the rich people in their palaces, and burn them down!” That’s what WE should to!.

I’ve heard Glenn Beck support this movie. How he missed this I have no clue…but as far as I know, Moses teaching the slaves how to riot and destroy the Egyptians is in no Bible version I have read.

It’s just one man’s interpretation, but considering recent events…it did make me wonder.

January 5, 2015 - Posted by | Religion | , ,


  1. And the Pope will be meeting the aliens! It’s coming soon!


    Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 7, 2015 | Reply

    • Let us hope that they will be meeting the Pope and not some Ayatolla !!


      Comment by Amfortas | January 7, 2015 | Reply

  2. Did Moses teach the slaves to loot the local Sandal-Locker store?


    Comment by snopercod | January 6, 2015 | Reply

    • Thanks GB. When I heard Glenn on the radio, he basically endorsed it…glad to see he changed his opinion.


      Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 7, 2015 | Reply

  3. Hollywood has given us an American WW2 U-boat capturing the Enigma machine that British sailors in the Royal Navy actually captured, and an Anti-British Scottish ‘hero’ in love with a woman who was not even born when he was executed. Just why the film-makers find history so difficult to follow is something of a mystery. Maybe it is something to do with copyright. I am fully expecting some version of a Biblical tale to feature spaceships, angels that beam-down with phasers and an adversary of God who speaks with an Oxford accent.


    Comment by Amfortas | January 5, 2015 | Reply

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