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I think the writers of the Holy Bible, Kings James Version, copied and plagiarized the life identity of Horus and bestowed it upon Jesus. It is strange how this fictional character named Jesus didn't not leave any carbon footsteps or writings of his own. Why is it that other people have to write about this historical person they called Jesus. The question ...


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There's a subtle shift in how the narrative refers to Pharaoh and the army part way through the account. We can see the first method in the first question: Q: Does the Pharaoh actually leave with the army to chase the Israelites? A: Yes Exodus 14:7 So he made ready his chariot and took his army with him, (ESV) The Pharaoh is spoken of directly. Prior ...


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In Ex 14:10 we read: And when Pharaoh drew near, the children of Israel lifted their eyes, and behold, the Egyptians marched after them. So they were very afraid, and the children of Israel cried out to the LORD. (Exo 14:10 NKJ) So we must conclude that Pharaoh set off with his army. In the Exodus account there is no record of Pharaoh staying ...


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As suggested by David, the Mari documents are of no help in substantiating the wanderings of the Exodus period. The Amarna letters, found in the Egyptian city of Amarna, are helpful because they provide valuable information about conditions in the Egyptian empire during the middle of the 14th century BCE. 1 Kings 6:1 places the Exodus from Egypt ...



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