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Did The Exodus Really Happen?


        And He said to Abraham, know of a surity that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them 400 years. And also that nation whom they shall serve, will I judge.
                                                                                           (Gen. 15:13)

   The Bible Exodus has long been viewed by scientists and historians as a myth, without any basis in scientific or historical fact. But could the Bible Exodus have really taken place just as the Bible describes? Many Bible events were long considered to be allegorical in nature, so as to prove a point, and were thus viewed by many as a combination of myth and fact, but in recent years new evidence has surfaced that sheds a new light on the many unanswered questions about ancient Bible history.

   Recent scientific and archeological discoveries have now revealed that the biblical Exodus may have actually taken place just as the Bible story in the book of Exodus described it. Archeologsts have now revealed the exact date of the Bible Exodus from Egypt, and have also discovered the catasclysmic event that was responsible for the plagues of Egypt and the giant wave of water that drowned the pharoah's army. One of the biggest surprises however is the shocking identity of the Pharoah with whom Moses pleaded, "Let my people go!"

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