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Israel In Egypt – The Exodus Mystery DVD

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By Paul Backholer and Mathew Backholer

DVD

54 in stock

Description

Israel In Egypt – The Exodus Mystery DVD

A four year quest searching for Joseph, Moses and the Hebrew slaves in Egypt. Explore the Exodus Route, hunt for the Red Sea and climb Mount Sinai in a snowstorm!

What was the Red Sea? Where is Mount Sinai? Is there any evidence for Joseph, Moses and Ancient Israel in Egypt? Now the search for the Bible’s exodus is on!

Join two adventurers as they investigate a three-thousand year old mystery and explore the most famous of all ancient civilisations – entering the tombs of the pharaohs and examining temples to seek for the evidence for one of the most controversial events in world history. Based on four years of research, join two TV broadcasters on their expedition in Egypt, as they hunt through ancient relics, analyse extensive research and explore the mystery of the biblical exodus.

Discover the first reference to Israel outside of the Bible in Egyptian hieroglyphics, uncover ancient depictions of people with multi-coloured coats, encounter the Egyptian records of slaves making bricks and find lost cities that were mentioned in the Bible. Also, uncover Semitic settlements in the Bible’s Land of Goshen and find out why some believe Joseph’s tomb may have already been found!

In addition, see how cultural and archaeological data can help reveal for the first time in thousands of years, what Joseph and the exodus Pharaoh may have looked like to their contemporaries. Finally, enter the underground tomb of a forgotten pharaoh and hike up Mount Sinai in a snowstorm.

Israel in Egypt – The Exodus Mystery DVD, is the very best of the eight episode TV series ‘ByFaith – In Search of the Exodus.’ Also available is the book from the exodus investigation called The Exodus Evidence with 100+ colour photos by Paul Backholer.

Additional information

Weight 0.090 kg
Dimensions 19 × 14 × 1.5 cm
Language

English (No Closed Captions)

Format

DVD (Region Free)

Release Date

2010

Number of Discs

1

Running Time

110+ Minutes