Building on his first book, Revelation of the Bible: The Book of Genesis, this volume examines the book of Exodus in detail.
Moshe Mazin highlights how God made contact with the Hebrew people on Mount Sinai, recapping important themes from the first book so anyone can understand the events of Exodus.
Examining the Bible from multiple perspectives, the author focuses on themes such as:
• advancements in technology and the growth of collective knowledge;
• knowledge and information—and how we can use it to explain biblical events;
• extra-terrestrials and their possible role interacting with humans.
The author explains Pharaoh’s plans for restricting and eliminating the Hebrew people, Moses’s encounter at the burning bush, what happened during the ten plagues on Egypt, the exact location of the crossing of the Sea of Reeds, the deliverance of the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, the roles of the Ark of the Covenant that God asked Moses to build, and other critical events.
Find out how miracles from long ago can be explained by advance technology with the surprising conclusions and insights in Revelation of the Bible.