The Exodus Evidence – The Bible’s Exodus

By Paul Backholer

Description

The Exodus Evidence – The Bible’s Exodus 

The Hunt for Ancient Israel in Egypt, The Red Sea, The Exodus Route and Mount Sinai.

Has archaeology provided us with any data to indicate that Joseph, Moses and ancient Israel were in Egypt? What was the Red Sea, where was the exodus route and can Mount Sinai be found today? These are the questions that must be answered in this exciting photographic expedition in Egypt.

Join two authors and television broadcasters on their four year quest to investigate the mystery of the Hebrew exodus out of Egypt. Witness in full colour pictures, scenes of Semitic people with multi-coloured coats entering Egypt, find Semitic settlements in the Bible’s land of Goshen and discover how archaeological finds combined with computer technology can help reveal the face of Joseph and the exodus pharaoh!

See photos of ancient slaves making bricks, discover how lost cities were found, plus enter the tombs and the temples of pharaohs. Hunt with our explorers as they search for the Red Sea, trace the possible exodus routes and watch as they examine the first reference to ancient Israel found outside of the Bible!

Additional information

Dimensions 21.6 × 14 cm
Book Details

26 chapters
80 pages
100+ colour photos in the paperback edition
ISBN 978-1-907066-08-5 (2010 paperback)
ISBN 978-1-788220-00-2 (2018 paperback)

eBook Details

ISBN 978-1-907066-30-6 (eBook)
Available on multiple eReaders.
Kindle, Kobo, Apple iBook, Nook, etc.

About The Author

Paul Backholer is a British broadcaster and the founder of ByFaith Media. He is the director of ByFaith Television which airs on multiple platforms around the world and is the producer of several Christian documentaries. Paul is the author of a number of books including Heaven – A Journey to ParadiseHow Christianity Made the Modern WorldThe Exodus Evidence and The Ark of the Covenant – Investigating the Ten Leading Claims. Paul studied in a British Bible college and has travelled to over forty nations.