Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy

Yesterday, I posted the Patterns of Evidence: Exodus. Today, I watched the sequel documentary, Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy.

Where the first one looked at proving that the Exodus was a historical event, this time filmmaker Timothy Mahoney set out to prove that Moses could have written the first five books of the Bible at all. Seeing if there was a form of writing at the time of Moses that he could have used to write.

Like in the first one, there were sceptics who denied evidence simply because it didn’t fit into their own narrative. At one point, someone referred to the evidence of a writing system created long before the traditional earliest writing as “fake science”.

The previous film ended teasing that the next film would cover the Red Sea crossing and Sinai, specifically the sites discovered by Ron Wyatt. This film once again teased that the next film would be about that. So hopefully we will someday get that documentary. The official Facebook page confirms that there is an upcoming film. Hopefully it doesn’t take another five years, but it’ll be understandable if it does, and I’ll be eager to see it when it does.

Again, if you would like to buy copies of the DVDs, or learn more about the subject, you can visit the website.

When I went to grab the url for the website, I saw that they already have a page on there for the next film. It’s called Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle. So that’s exciting!

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