Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus?

May 4, 2014

 There were more than 500 pharaohs from the unification of Egypt to the country’s fall to Rome. Two of them, at least, appear in the Torah: a good one who appoints Joseph to save his people from famine and later welcomes Jacob and his sons to Egypt; and an evil one, who enslaves the Israelites and later faces the wrath of G-d in the Ten Plagues and at the Red Sea.
 So who was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? The results may surprise you, because they offer insights into the Biblical narrative and also lead to an explanation of how Israel emerged as the first monotheistic nation.
 This multi-media program is Free and Open to the Public. Light refreshments will be served. We hope you’ll be able to join us! Please call 781-963-0440 for more information.

Event Location: Temple Beth Am
871 North Main Street, Randolph, Massachusetts, 02368

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