Friday, July 17, 2015

Patterns of of Evidence: EXODUS (...important, significant, and stirring documentary film...) [Review & Giveaway]

About Patterns of Evidence Exodus: For more than 50 years, the vast majority of the world's most prominent archaeologists and historians have proclaimed that there is no hard evidence to support the Exodus story found in the Bible.  In fact, they say that the archaeological record is completely opposed to the Bible's account.  This view of extreme skepticism has spread from academia to the world.  The case against the Exodus appears to be so strong that even some religious leaders are labeling this ancient account as historical fiction.

Filmmaker Timothy Mahoney begins with the questions, "Is the Bible just a myth, or did the archaeologists get it wrong?"  He decides to tackle this issue wit a deliberate scientific approach.   After examining the details in the biblical text, he journeys across the globe to search for patterns of evidence firsthand.  The result is the most in-depth archaeological investigation into the Exodus from Egypt ever captured on film.   This scientific documentary's goal is to communicate the TRUTH of the Bible and help equip believers with defending their faith and the Bible.

The DVD features stunning animations and a cast including narrator, Kevin Sorbo (God's Not Dead, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), interviews with leading archaeologists including Israel Finkelstein, Kent Weeks, and David Rohl, and guest appearances by Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres.

My thoughts: This is an absolutely awesome documentary film! First, I must disclose that 1) I am not a student of archaeology, 2) I am not a historian [but I love history], 3) I am a Christian, 4) I believe in the account of the Exodus as recorded in the Bible, and 5) I am not equipped to argue, discuss, or postulate on the differences in historical and Biblical records. Now all that being said, let's see what I thought of this documentary.

It is exceptionally well done and captured my attention right from the beginning. The filming is top quality. The exposure of both sides of the argument for an Exodus of the Israelis from Egypt well presented and fair. The comparison of timelines clearly demonstrated and understandable.

I am totally impressed with Timothy Mahoney's exploration of documents, sites, and interviews with professionals on both sides of the argument. I highly recommend this documentary for Christian schools, churches, homeschoolers, and individuals who wish to explore the Patterns of Evidence for the Exodus.
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  1. I didn't realize that in 1999 an archaeologist wrote that "the Israelites were never in Egypt, did not wander in the desert, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did not pass it on to the 12 tribes of Israel.”

  2. Our family has been studying Exodus this year. Thanks for sharing this post at Booknificent Thursday this week! Always glad to have you!

  3. I learned that many Egyptologists helped to make this movie.

  4. i learned alot about this subject its very interesting I had never ever looked into this subject til finding this giveaway i love documentaries ty for sharing


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