Well, I'm a bit disappointed in some of the details left out here and there and some of the details that were put in that are not written in the scripture. For instance, the Sodom account had a few problems. It dipicted the men of the city wanting to kill the angels staying at Lot's house. They were not there to kill them but rather wanted to rape them. In the scripture, Lot offered the men his daughters if they would let God's angels alone, but the men insisted on wanting the angels (whom they thought were just regular men). Also, there wasn't any sword fight between the angels and the men of the city, fighting their way out. The angels actually walked out in the morning with Lot and his family. One other scene, when Moses killed the Egyptian, according to scripture it says that it was Moses who buried the man in the sand. When this got back to Pharaoh, he sought after Moses, but Moses had fled into the wilderness. Moses was not ordered to leave or taken before Pharaoh and let go. Just a couple that I thought should have been written more acurately. I know there is some liberty in film writing, but they should not get such clear facts twisted. They are suppose to be delivering the word of God here.