By Scott Alan Roberts, John Richard Ward
"The personality of Moses and the subject of the Exodus are old enigmas that experience given upward thrust to complete branches of Egyptological research and examine for hundreds of years. I applaud Scotty Roberts and John Ward for his or her study and contribution to this research. whereas there exist many alternative critiques and conclusions to those concerns, their efforts signify a fondness and scholarly method of the subject. i'm venerated to advise The Exodus Reality."
--Erich von Daniken, writer of historical past is inaccurate and facts of the Gods
"An exciting narrative, The Exodus Reality sifts in the course of the sands of time because it finds a few shadowy elements of the traditional Egyptian New nation. In actual Indiana Jones sort, Roberts and Ward take the reader on a private trip of exploration, skillfully weaving robust topics upon transparent emotional expression, as they try to divulge the true identification of the figurative Moses and discover the epic occasions surrounding the biblical Exodus. A complementary mixture of scripture, historic legends, background, and archaeology, it's going to stir your curiosity."
--Lorraine Evans, Egyptologist and best-selling writer of nation of the Ark
In this groundbreaking paintings, the authors reexamine humanity's so much enduring account of bondage, emancipation, and freedom. the nice Exodus is the tale of the way one guy, empowered through divine epiphany, introduced the amazing historic nation of Egypt to its knees. For hundreds of thousands of years, this tale has reinforced the devoted of 3 significant religions, although little old information confirms it. So the query has to be requested: Did it ever fairly happen?
Roberts, a historian and theologian, and Ward, an archaeologist, Egyptologist, and anthropologist, dig deeply into historic files to respond to the main vexing questions:
• Is there any ancient facts for the biblical account of the nice Exodus?
• used to be Moses a true person?
• the place is the Biblical Mount Sinai?
• what's the Ark of the Covenant, and the place did it come from?
• Why did Moses write concerning the Serpent and the Nephilim?
• Is there a Templar and Masonic connection to the occasions and personages within the story?
Did the Exodus ensue below Amenhotep II or Amenhotep III, pharaohs of a similar royal residence separated via generations and 80-odd years? Or have been Thutmoses III, Hatshepsut, and Amenhotep Son of Hapu on the middle of the motion? The authors current opposing, but surprisingly interlaced old bills for the Exodus, naming the ancient pharaohs and brilliant applicants for the historic Moses. whereas Roberts offers an account that unearths its moorings within the efficacy of scriptural historicity, Ward offers a brand new and fully detailed conception for the Exodus and its forged of characters.