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  • Digging for Truth-Episode 69: The Israelite Sojourn in Egypt (Part One)

    Dr. Bryant Wood joins us in the studio for a three part round table discussion of the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt. Topics include: the Israelite four room house, the Asiatic settlement at Tell el Daba, and the Beni Hasan Tomb painting.
  • Rare Wooden Statue of Hatshepsut Discovered in Egypt

    A team of Canadian archeologists has unearthed a rare wooden statue of a pharaoh at a dig site in southern Egypt, and clues suggest the figure may be an important new representation of Hatshepsut. Queen Hatshepsut has been identified as a strong...
  • Statue of Amenhotep III Found In Egypt

    The upper portion of a granite likeness of King Tut's grandfather has been unearthed in Luxor, Egyptian officials said. Investigators found the statue of Amenhotep III while excavating on the site of a large temple on Luxor's west bank, Egypt's Supreme...
  • Locating Sodom: A Critique of the Northern Proposal

    Neev and Emery 1995: 33, 140–42). “Lot looked up and saw that the whole plain of Jordan was well the land of Egypt” (Gn 13:10). Collins interprets this as referring to the annual flooding of the Jordan River, similar to the Nile River...
  • Joseph's Estate Plan (Entrusted with the Sacred Things)

    bones from here.” So Joseph died, being one hundred and ten years old; and they embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin in Egypt.” – Genesis 50:24–26 When Joseph said these final words, he imparted a tremendous responsibility to the Israelites. He was...
  • 13th Dynasty Tomb of King Sobekhotep Found In Egypt

    Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim announced the discovery of King Sobekhotep (1786-1763) who is probably the first King of the 13th Dynasty. The tomb discovered by the Pennsylvania University mission working south of Abydos, Sohag. The first lead to this discovery...
  • Exodus from Egypt
  • Israel in Egypt
  • semites in egypt
  • Rameses II Temple Unearthed in Upper Egypt

    Excavations in Upper Egypt's Ehnasia archaeological area in Beni-Sueif recently uncovered the remains of a 3,000 year old temple dating from the reign of ancient Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II....
  • Military Fortress of Ramses II Excavated in Egypt

    discovered animal and fish bones, as well as pottery kilns and vessels. Experts have suggested that the ancient Egyptians would roast their grain to rid it of insects and moisture so that it would last longer in the silos. According to biblical...
  • Greco-Roman Temple Discovered in Egypt

    The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities recently announced the discovery of the remains of a Greco-Roman temple 50 km east of the Siwa Oasis at a site called Al-Salam. The front portion of the temple was uncovered, including parts of the main entrance and...
  • Egypt
  • Remains of Ancient City Found in Egypt

    An Egyptian-French archaeological team headed by French archaeologist George Castel uncovered the remains of an ancient city dating back to the Middle Kingdom (1665-2061 BC) in Ain Sokhna about 120 km north of Cairo, announced Culture Minister Farouk...
  • Ancient Shipyard Discovered in Egypt

    An ancient shipyard was recently unearthed at Tell Abu Saifi, located just east of the Suez Canal in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. A limestone structure containing two dry docks for the construction and maintenance of ancient ships was excavated. The...
  • Royal Scribe's Tomb Discovered in Egypt

    A previously unknown Egyptian tomb was recently discovered in Luxor. Excavators who were cleaning the area around the tomb of Userhat, an official under Amenhotep III, stumbled upon a hole that led to the tomb of a royal scribe named Khonsu. The newly...
  • Egypt Unveils Mummy Found in New Tomb

    Illuminated only by torches and camera lights, Egyptian laborers used crowbars and picks Wednesday to lift the lid off a 2,600-year-old limestone sarcophagus, exposing - for the first time since it was sealed in antiquity - a perfectly preserved mummy....
  • An Army of Straw Men: Responding to Ronald Hendel

    destroy higher criticism are never discussed. And Hendel accuses Waltke of religious dogmatism? We can turn to the prominent Egyptologist Kenneth Kitchen, for this incisive analysis of the mindset of academics regarding the JEDP hypothesis: Not only did...
  • The Rise and Fall of the 13th Century Exodus-Conquest Theory

    four” found at Lachish to the fourth year of Merenptah and used it to date the conquest to ca. 1230 BC, based on the high Egyptian chronology in use at the time.8 A fourth major site was added to the list when Yigael Yadin excavated Hazor in the 1950s.9...
  • The Red Sea in the NT

    of Reeds." In the OT, the yam suph was a definite location, and a large one. There God deposited the locusts that devoured Egypt (Ex 10:13 19). After crossing the miraculously parted yam suph, the Israelites traveled some distance over an unspecified...

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