While this may not make Bible doubting archeologists happy, we have more trust in the Bible then the ever-shifting opinions of archeologists who are more often looking to disprove the Bible, rather than support it as the book of true ancient history that it really is.Having said this, Archaeology is an important tool in validating the Bible.The person portrayed in this statue had a lighter skin than was used in portraying native Egyptians. The flail was meant to symbolize that he was a person with considerable authority, but not a pharaoh; pharaohs were shown with the double crown of Egypt and the uraeus or cobras head on that crown.He was therefore an Asiatic, Semitic person (Hebrew).I did not discover this exodus route, I merely restored it to what is revealed in scripture.I hope this book will strengthen your faith in God's inspired word.I have travelled extensively throughout Israel and the Levant.I have been directly involved in many archeological digs under the authority of the IAA (Israel Antiquities Authority).
An additional fragment of the shoulder with the flail features a clear multi-coloured coat design.
Authors introduction Links to related Exodus Route documents 10 Chronological facts about the events of the Exodus Historical survey of the before the Exodus Exodus Antitypes in the New Testament 25 antitypical parallels between Moses and Apostle Paul Six men who misled the world away from the true exodus route. We began with the Bible as our only guide and blueprint for locating places connected with the exodus.
We completely ignored everything EXCEPT the bible: We ignored: maps, history, commentaries and the opinions of archeologists. Sinai is in Arabia: Gal ) We were also able to prove from scripture that Kadesh Barnea must be Transjordan, somewhere south of the Dead Sea in modern Jordan.
The Hyksos ruled for 100 years, displacing the Egyptians as the government of Egypt and were the Pharaohs who "knew Joseph" and cooperated with the Hebrews.
Archeology has confirmed that the Hyksos built three palaces at Tel el-Dab'a directly beside the Hebrews.