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  • Exodus

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/tag/exodus
  • Israel in Egypt

    Helmi Spring 2003, Egypt and the Levant 13 [2003], P.39.) MOSES The Bible records the events of Moses’ birth in Exodus 2, with the Israelites apparently still living in the delta’s Goshen area. When Pharaoh’s daughter went down to the Nile to bathe, she...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3039-israel-in-egypt
  • The Woman Who Would Be King: National Geographic Review

    and on their website. In that article I argued Hatshepsut was the 'Pharaoh's daughter' mentioned in the second chapter of Exodus... Review of 'The Woman Who Would Be King' in National Geographic (April, 2009), pp. 88­-111 The National Geographic, April,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/4013-the-woman-who-would-be-king-national-geographic-review
  • Evidence for Inerrancy from a Second Unexpected Source: The Jubilee and Sabbatical Cycles

    text implies that a Jubilee cycle began in 1406 BC, the date when the conquest of Canaan began according to the date of the Exodus derived from 1 Kings 6:1. Both the Seder Olam and the Talmud state that a Jubilee began at the time of Ezekiel’s vision....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/2662-evidence-for-inerrancy-from-a-second-unexpected-source-the-jubilee-and-sabbatical-cycles
  • Did Anthrax Plague the Egyptians?

    Did anthrax plague the Egyptians at the time of Moses and the Exodus of the Israelites? Many Biblical scholars believe that the Biblical Ten Plagues were an interconnected series of catastrophic natural events that included an attack of anthrax on...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3990-did-anthrax-plague-the-egyptians
  • In Search of Mt. Sinai

    importance, since finding the correct location of Mt. Sinai is at the heart of the question of the historicity of the Exodus account. Scholars today largely discount the Biblical account of the sojourn in Egypt, Exodus and wilderness wanderings as...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/4133-in-search-of-mt-sinai
  • Ussher, Explained and Corrected

    journey farther on to the time of our Lord and the end of the Jewish commonwealth at the hand of the Romans. From Adam to Exodus Rapid progress can be made on the road from Adam to the Flood. Using the genealogical list in Genesis 5 as it appears in the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4508-ussher-explained-and-corrected
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part I

    If we allow for a sojourn of some 400 years in Egypt by the Israelites, and if we accept the so-called Late Date of the Exodus (in the middle 1200's BC), a date for Joseph around 1650 BC would be perfect. The Bible, on the other hand, provides us with...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/4050-joseph-in-egypt-part-i
  • The Tablet Theory of Genesis Authorship

    our discussion to the book of Genesis, which is the one most often criticised. The first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) are collectively called the Books of the Law, or the Torah, or the Books of Moses....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3072-the-tablet-theory-of-genesis-authorship
  • The Landing-Place of Noah's Ark: Testimonial, Geological and Historical Considerations: Part One

    landing-place of Noah’s Ark specifically. Is Testimony a Valid Means for Finding Truth? A General Defense of Testimony—The Exodus Those who have followed the work of ABR know that, when it comes to reconciling the Bible with the findings of archaeology,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2793-the-landingplace-of-noahs-ark-testimonial-geological-and-historical-considerations-part-one
  • The Bible According to Karnak

    Biblical world. Seti I’s (19th Dynasty) reliefs depict the “Way of the Philistines” that the Israelites did not take in the Exodus (Ex 13:17). Hatshepsut (18th Dynasty), daughter of one Pharaoh and wife of another, usurped the throne for 22 years and...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3216-the-bible-according-to-karnak
  • Where are the Israelite Burials From the Wilderness Wanderings?

    1989:86-92; see also: Where is Mount Sinai? ). Second, to say that there are no graves in the Sinai from the period of the Exodus / Wilderness Wanderings is verymisleading. One should first ask the question: In what archaeological period was the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3811-where-are-the-israelite-burials-from-the-wilderness-wanderings
  • What Do Mt. Horeb, The Mountain of God, Mt. Paran and Mt. Seir Have to Do with Mt. Sinai?

    the major mysteries in Biblical research. Yohanan Aharoni has stated, 'To-day the problem of identifying the route of the Exodus and Mount Sinai itself is one of extraordinary difficulty, far more than any other problem of Palestinian Biblical...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/4012-what-do-mt-horeb-the-mountain-of-god-mt-paran-and-mt-seir-have-to-do-with-mt-sinai
  • The Red Sea in the NT

    The majority of instances are found in passages that chronicle God’s miraculous deliverance of the Israelites in their exodus from Egypt. Can Yam Suph be Expressed in Greek? Certainly, any Mediterranean writer could express “Sea of Reeds,” and the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/2374-the-red-sea-in-the-nt
  • The Role of Shechem in the Conquest of Canaan

    powerful city-state in the region... Throughout his distinguished career, Bill Shea has maintained a strong interest in the Exodus and Conquest, formative experiences for the fledgling nation of Israel. His article on the date of the Exodus (Shea 1982),...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/2608-the-role-of-shechem-in-the-conquest-of-canaan
  • A Fuzzy Theology of Beginnings: Book Review

    of this issue in the book results from, if I may use an analogy, “running the tape backwards.” The authors look at Exodus 20:11, giving the command for the Sabbath, in which the Hebrews are required to work six days and rest on the seventh: “For in six...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3081-a-fuzzy-theology-of-beginnings-book-review
  • The Sons of Jacob: New Evidence for the Presence of the Israelites in Egypt

    for some 108 years, ca. 1663–1555 BC (15th Dynasty).1 Jacob and his family arrived in Egypt around 1880 BC, based on an Exodus date of ca. 1450 BC. That was in the pre-Hyksos period when the name of the town was Rowaty, “the door of the two roads”...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3317-the-sons-of-jacob-new-evidence-for-the-presence-of-the-israelites-in-egypt
  • From the Mailbag

    How should Christians react to the 'consensus of experts' that there was no Exodus or Conquest as recorded in the Old Testament? How should Christians react to the 'consensus of experts' that there was no Exodus or Conquest as recorded in the Old...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founder-s-corner/3773-from-the-mailbag
  • The Date of Camel Domestication in the Ancient Near East

    being used as beasts of burden prior to the 9th century or even 12th century BC within the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Judges, and Job would appear to be inaccurate, if archaeological data indicated that camels were not being used in a...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3832-the-date-of-camel-domestication-in-the-ancient-near-east
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part VI

    that land. It is, therefore, useless to look for the grave of Joseph in Egypt, since his body left Egypt at the time of the Exodus. A final observation on Joseph's life and career: According to Genesis 50:26, Joseph was 110 years old at the time of his...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3913-joseph-in-egypt-part-vi

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