On Sun, 08 Apr 2018 21:19:01 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman Post by email@example.com
"There is no evidence for the Israelites conquering
the Promised Land at the end of the Late Bronze Age.
Thats a fact."
The article continues:
"Mahoney understood that it was a matter of timelines. The scientists
were looking for Joseph and the Israelites in the time of Ramses, and
there was no evidence for this. But the lack of evidence for that
timeline was actually a clue hinting that an earlier timeline might be
the one proving the truth of the Biblical account. After some
persistence and digging, Mahoney learns a new fact that may uncover
the connection between Avaris and the Hebrews: Avaris ruins are from a
foreign shepherding culture with architecture typical of northern
Syria, the home of Abraham."
Okay... They can't agree on a timeline and they don't know the route
the Jews supposedly followed. Therefore the believers will always have
an out. 'You're looking at the wrong time and in the wrong places!!!!'
On fact remains constant, though. There is not one single piece of
archaeological evidence that can confirm the Exodus.