The First Passover

April 26th, 2012

4 clues to its existence

How could plagues described in an Egyptian papyrus be so similar to those found in the Bible? Did the cities the Israelites camped in on their way to Canaan really exist? Was there a Hebrew advisor to Egyptian kings at the time of the Exodus? Is the name of the Hebrew midwife in Exodus the same as that of a slave mentioned in an ancient Egyptian papyrus?

The first Passover and 4 clues to its existence

Many other questions have puzzled biblical scholars, archeologists, and all those interested in solving one of the Old Testament’s most intriguing mysteries.

Quick Facts:

  • 514 pages
  • 63 illustrations
  • Extensive bibliography
  • Index of 19 ancient languages

In Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony. Communication Through It. Protection From It., biblical researcher Roger D. Isaacs examines more than 30 important words in the Bible that skew our understanding of what really happened in ancient times. The result is a totally new understanding of the puzzling laws and seemingly fantastical stories about the ark that readers often dismiss.

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