Out of Egypt

Author: André Aciman

Publisher: N.A


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 356

View: 7093

A chronicle of a "Jewish family from its bold arrival in Egypt at the turn of the century to its defeated exodus three generations later."

Out Of Egypt

Author: Said Shehata MD

Publisher: Gatekeeper Press

ISBN: 1619844303


Page: 288

View: 3970

The Book describes the upbringing of the author in Egypt and his Medical education, participation in the 1967 Arab Israeli war and subsequent departure from Egypt to England and further travel and immigration to the USA. Private practice in the USA with elaboration on the difficulties that foreign Medical Graduates and Immigrant faces. It also describes a great deal of success both in Private Practice and investments until retirement in the year 2000.

Coming Out of Egypt

Author: K.C. Stricker

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1556350872

Category: Religion

Page: 602

View: 9196

Coming Out of Egypt is an exodus out of idolatryÑthe idolatry of ancient Egypt and the idolatry that permeates the church today. Its goal is to make the exodus come alive for the readerÑnot to just read about the exodus but to experience the exodus, not to just read about the Passover but to experience the Passover, to catapult the reader back through time like a time traveler entering a time portal. The goal of Coming Out of Egypt is to experience redemption, not just to read about redemption, to experience redemption from Pharaoh at the Reed Sea, and witness Yeshua's resurrection.


Author: Tikvah Bat Moshe

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1491858338

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 399

View: 1936

Pesach (Passover) is the sacred holiday where the Jewish people retell the story of their ancestral flight out of Egypt. Each year they celebrate their journey from bondage to freedom. Each person identifies with the story as though they, themselves were oppressed slaves under the wrath of Pharaoh. One of the most fundamental truths about life is that everyone experiences their own Egypt. People have a choice to live under the tyranny of Pharaoh or experience an exodus and travel to a land flowing with milk and honey. Based on a true story, this is the retelling of one woman's escape from Egypt. Adira Bat Avraham shares her incredible journey that led her to a place of personal and spiritual freedom. Adira is an exceptionally strong woman who struggled through unbelievable circumstances. She overcame incredible odds to achieve freedom for herself and her for her family. Along the way, she learns to validate her own voice and cries for justice. Adira's inspirational story is about healing, deliverance, redemption, and finding hope.

Out of Egypt

Author: Percy Addleshaw

Publisher: N.A



Page: 220

View: 4163

Out of Egypt

Author: André Aciman

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571349722

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 1318

'[A] mesmerizing portrait of a now vanished world. Aciman's story of Alexandria is the story of his own family, a Jewish family with Italian and Turkish roots that tied its future to Egypt and made its home there for three generations, only to find itself peremptorily expelled by the Government in the early 1960's. It is the story of a fractious clan of dreamers and con men and the emotional price they would pay for exile, the story of a young boy's coming of age and his memories of the city he loved in his youth. Writing in lucid, lyrical prose, Mr. Aciman does an exquisite job of conjuring up the daily rhythms and rituals of his family's life: their weekly trips to the movies, their daily jaunts to the beach, their internecine squabbles over everything from religion to money to the pronunciation of words. There are some wonderfully vivid scenes here, as strange and marvelous as something in Garcia Marquez, as comical and surprising as something in Chekhov.' Michiko Kakutani, New York Times

“Did I Not Bring Israel Out of Egypt?”

Author: James K. Hoffmeier,Alan R. Millard,Gary A. Rendsburg

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 1575064308

Category: History

Page: 350

View: 7503

The Hebrew Scriptures consider the exodus from Egypt to be Israel’s formative and foundational event. Indeed, the Bible offers no other explanation for Israel’s origin as a people. It is also true that no contemporary record regarding a man named Moses or the Israelites generally, either living in or leaving Egypt has been found. Hence, many biblical scholars and archaeologists take a skeptical attitude, dismissing the exodus from the realm of history. However, the contributors to this volume are convinced that there is an alternative, more positive approach. Using textual and archaeological materials from the ancient Near East in a comparative way, in conjunction with the Torah’s narratives and with other biblical texts, the contributors to this volume (specialists in ancient Egypt, ancient Near Eastern culture and history, and biblical studies) maintain that the reports in the Hebrew Bible should not be cavalierly dismissed for ideological reasons but, rather, should be deemed to contain authentic memories.

Out of Egypt

Author: Ahmed Osman

Publisher: Random House (UK)


Category: Bible

Page: 270

View: 3771

Muslim scholar Ahmed Osman argues that the Egyptian roots of Christianity were deliberately covered-up by the early Church at the time of the burning of the library at Alexandria - roots which are only now being uncovered again by archaeology.