Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Patterns of Evidence: Exodus

Fans of archaeology and biblical history will enjoy this intriguing and eye opening DVD, Patterns of Evidence: Exodus. Narrated by Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), this documentary follows the story of Exodus and debates if there is any historical evidence that supports it. For decades scholars, archaeologists, and even some Jewish leaders have doubted if the exodus of Israelite slaves from Egypt ever occurred, based on lack of historical proof. This documentary goes into great depth and tries to solve the religious dilemma. With interviews from leading Egyptian archaeologists, and Israel president and prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres. Over the course of two hours, they uncover a pattern of evidence that challenges viewers to rethink what they know. For too long, historians have focused too long on a few key words that made it seem as if Ramses was the pharaoh that let the Israelites go. In Ramses time, there is no proof of the exodus. However, several hundred years earlier there is ample evidence of an exodus, by changing the timeline there is plenty of historical proof that the exodus could have occurred. For fans of history, archaeology, and biblical studies.

What's that, you want to watch this movie? Well how would you like to win a free copy? All you have to do is comment below with your name and I will randomly select a winner this Friday.

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1 comment:

  1. Kelly Braun

    This sounds so cool! My son Thomas would Love it! Thanks for the chance 😊