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The David Rohl Lecture Series (Information related to The Exodus) David Rohl – best-selling author and historian – is recognized as one of Egyptology’s most powerful communicators. In these four sessions, Rohl sets out to challenge the current consensus amongst academics that the Bible is predominantly a work of fiction. His obvious mastery of the subject clarifies why evidence for the early history in the Bible has previously been missed. (runtime: 4h 29m)
Hebrew the World's Oldest Alphabet (Information related to The Moses Controversy) For close to 150 years, scholars have attempted to identify the language of the world’s oldest alphabetic script and to translate the inscriptions that use it, which were found in Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula and date from 1842 to 1446 BC. In these four sessions, Douglas Petrovich presents a thorough, detailed defense of his bold new claims concerning these writings. Petrovich claims to have resolved all of the disputed letters and to have identified the language as Hebrew, which allowed him to translate all of the inscriptions. Furthermore, he argues that they explicitly name three biblical figures and greatly illuminate the earliest Israelite history in a way that nothing else has, except the Bible. (runtime: 3h 28m)
Searching For The Red Sea Crossing (Information related to The Red Sea Miracle Part 1 & 2) For centuries there has been mystery and debate surrounding the sea miraculously crossed by the Israelites on their Exodus journey to Mt. Sinai. Environmental Geographer Glen Fritz believes this issue will not be solved primarily with linguistics or archaeology, but rather it requires a geographic approach. Along with commentary and questioning by Timothy Mahoney, Dr. Fritz gives an in-depth biblical and geographic case for the Gulf of Aqaba being the Yam Suph of the Exodus, and how its position provides vital clues to the location of Mt. Sinai. (runtime: 3h 33m)