Hebrew Voices #112 – The Red Sea Miracle

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Red Sea Miracle, Bible Scholar Nehemia Gordon looks at the archaeological, linguistic, and historical evidence for the path of the Exodus, as investigative filmmaker Tim Mahoney gives us an exclusive behind the scenes peak at his latest movie that will be in 800 theaters for one-night only on February 18, 2020. Don't miss it!

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  • Walter Schwenk says:

    and speaking of “chaiim”, if you would like health advice from a jewish perspective, Chaiim “notadoctor” Goldman might have something of interest to you. stay well.

  • Carmen Kriegler says:

    Hi Nehemia
    Thanks for that interesting hint and interview, I wouldn’t have known otherwise. Glad that there is also a DVD available now for people outside the US.
    Biblical archeology nowadays is not far from former bible criticism (starting 18th century CE) since many of involved scientists are agnostic or atheists and that is mainstream in nearly all scientific fields (even in natural ones as I know too well) . And that is how they will interpret any archeological or other findings. Drawing other conclusions is ridiculous in their eyes. It is often fanatism or as I call it their “religion”. And students often follow their tutor, most would not dare to go off mainstream, it’s much more comfortable.
    I often wonder how they selfconsciously combine incomplete historical data with instruments of (to a certain extent) exact science and claim infailibility (e. g. bible chronology vs. incomplete data in astronomical writings as input into computer simulation programs which always are approximations wherin their quality depends mainly on input parameters). And people become easily convinced.

    I like it if somebody lays down on the table discovered findings, shows possible conclusions or problems related to them and finally leaves it to the person.Thats an respectful approach. But the conclusion drawn is essential despite. Either Jehova is a liar or the true God, his Word shows that he can’t lie and then Proverbs 3:5,6 has an impact in our life and our relationship to God is affected.

    So I am really curious about the film.