Confronting OT Controversies– Part Seventeen

The Bible and Culture | 4/22/2019 | Staff
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Q. When it comes to things like the issue of whether Israel was once captive in Egypt I like the dictum ‘absence of evidence is not the same thing as evidence of absence’. For example, as Kitchen points out, the Israelites likely lived in mud huts, which would be unlikely to be found by archaeological work millenia later. What do you think?

A. I agree totally. And I believe the type of indirect evidence brought together by the eminent Egyptologist and archaeologist Jim Hoffmeier presents a strong argument in favor of the Exodus story along with reasons why there might be an...
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