The Exodus Mysteries: of Midian, Sinai & Jabal al-Lawz by Dr. Glen A. Fritz presents a step-by-step geographical case for the position of Mount Sinai in northwest Arabia and the Exodus route required to reach it.
The work opens with a review of the arguments for an Exodus sea crossing at the Gulf of Aqaba east of the Sinai Peninsula. This circumstance suggests that Mount Sinai should be found on its far shore in Arabia, perhaps in the region of Midian, the place of Moses’ 40-year exile.
The ancient domain of Midian is then estimated in order to catalog the mountains and ancient travel paths in its vicinity. These data are then used to reconstruct Moses’ excursion to the Mount of God (Mount Sinai) given in Exodus 3:1.
The position of this mountain is refined further using historical, archaeological, geological, and topographical data. The final chapters give a detailed account of the Exodus path required to reach this mountain from the sea crossing.
The epilogue gives a lengthy discussion of the Exodus travels beyond Mount Sinai. For even further details regarding Glen Fritz's work you can click this link to an article that discusses even more....
This eclectic, comprehensive work, written by someone who has visited Midian,
compiles a huge volume of data and details. The book is a hefty six pounds, with a beautifully bound hardcover and 576 pages (8.5” x 11”). It is profusely illustrated with over 350 maps, photos, diagrams, and images.
This work will challenge traditions, pique thinkers, and spur imaginations, while
providing logical answers for many age-old Exodus questions.