Item description for The Exodus Revealed: Search for the Red Sea Crossing (Questar DVD Collection) by Questar Video...
Overview This program features ancient artifacts that some historians believe document the Israelites' exodus from Egypt over 3,000 years ago. It also looks at the Nile Delta area where the Hebrews once lived, the path Moses may have used while leading the Israelites to freedom, the Red Sea area, and Mount Sinai. Also included in the program are reviews of Egyptian records showing that the Israelites were once held captive under the Pharaoh
Follow the footsteps of the children of Israel on an unforgettable journey that reveals physical evidence for the Exodus, including: - The location of Mt. Sinai - Egyptian records of the Israelites' bondage under Pharaoh - Their crossing site at the Red Sea - The remains of 3,800-year-old settlements in Egypt's Nile Delta
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Running Time: 120.00 minutes
Record Label Questar
Format Color / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.58" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Apr 1, 2001
Publisher RANDOLF PRODUCTIONS INC #119
Series Questar DVD Collection
ISBN 1568557361 ISBN13 9781568557366 UPC 033937032141
Reviews - What do customers think about Exodus Revealed?
I'm not convinced..... Mar 15, 2007
I can not say that this film presented it's evidence as clearly as the film maker claims it did. I think more research needs to be done, and future films on this subject should be made when new findings come about.
Moses parted the Reed Sea Mar 3, 2007
Check the Hebrew [Yam Suf]is the Reed Sea: Meaning fresh water where reeds grow. Moses did not get that far with the children of Israel, he would have went through the wilderness long before reaching the Red Sea that is more the 120 miles from Goshen too far to travel in the time mentioned in the Bible. Moses would have parted one of the Sea of Reeds not the Red Sea as it has been mistranslated into the English Bible.
Not what we thought Feb 23, 2007
Pretty boring. We were expecting a movie and ended up with a documentary.
A good case on were the read see crossing are. Feb 6, 2007
Since I have intrested in this hypothesis for several years I find the film a good presentation of the material that are at hand rigth know. It builds upp a strong case for the probability that the read see crossing are in the Aqaba gulf and mount Sinai are in Arabia. But it begins with the question if there ever has been an exodus. But you are left with questions like: Are there other interpretations of the findings that are said to prove that there has been a yewish setelment in Egypt? What about the usual dating of the conquest of Canan in 1250 BC? (This theory follows the biblical dating wih is about 1450.) A one hour movie can not debate all these questions but if you do not have any knowledge before you can draw the conclusion that it is more simple than it is. A hint of these problems would have made the film better.
Martin from Sweden
evidence backed by the bible Jan 11, 2007
I liked the way the evidence was prepared and presented. If viewed with open mind and a humbled heart you can gain much insight of the Exodus and crossing of the Red Sea.