Exodus

OMGWTFBIBLE: A Great Jewish Tradition Begins—Kvetching About Food

OMGWTFBIBLE: A Great Jewish Tradition Begins—Kvetching About Food
By December 18, 2014

Plus, a holy f*&king Shabbos for Hashem. Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: High Drama on the Reed Sea

OMGWTFBIBLE: High Drama on the Reed Sea
By December 11, 2014

The Israelites finally peace out, the Egyptian army is obliterated—then a lot of kvetching over water. Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: God Plans to Obliterate Egypt’s Entire Army in Cold Blood

OMGWTFBIBLE: God Plans to Obliterate Egypt’s Entire Army in Cold Blood
By December 7, 2014

Also: It’s the Reed Sea, not the Red Sea. Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: In Which the Israelites Finally Peace Out of Egypt

OMGWTFBIBLE: In Which the Israelites Finally Peace Out of Egypt
By November 20, 2014

And are given the commandment to eat matzo on Passover. Thanks, God! Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: In Which the Firstborns Die, and the Israelites Pillage Egypt

OMGWTFBIBLE: In Which the Firstborns Die, and the Israelites Pillage Egypt
By November 14, 2014

Plus, how Jews learned to always. pack. snacks. Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: Y-Love on Facebook’s “Real Name” Policy, God’s Omniscience, and Exodus

OMGWTFBIBLE: Y-Love on Facebook’s “Real Name” Policy, God’s Omniscience, and Exodus
By October 2, 2014

“The idea of a god of judgement exclusively… that god-view doesn’t fit. It’s incongruous with everything classical scripture says.” Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE Podcast: In Which a Lot of Drama Goes Down For Our Hero Moses

OMGWTFBIBLE Podcast: In Which a Lot of Drama Goes Down For Our Hero Moses
By September 4, 2014

In a plot-line worthy of “Days of Our Lives,” Moses is adopted by Pharoah’s daughter and nursed by his birth mother. And then he kills someone! Read More

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OMGWTBIBLE Podcast: Let the Exodus Begin!

OMGWTBIBLE Podcast: Let the Exodus Begin!
By August 28, 2014

New York City’s most popular bible comedy podcast returns, starring Mordechai Levovitz of Jewish Queer Youth. Read More

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