New Documentary Offers Proof For The Exodus, Part 2 - Mark Your Calendar Now For Monday, January 19th
The economic rise of Egypt's Pharaoh and the diminishing district rulers nearby along the Nile River coincides with Joseph's famine policy, having advised the Pharaoh to store grain during the years of plenty and then selling it for cash, land and even the enslavement of nearby peoples. Plus, hundreds of years later, there is evidence for the slavery of the Jews in Egypt through the frailty of the bones in Jewish graves resulting from malnutrition during which time the average age of death was 32 which followed a time when the Jews ate well and lived long lives in Egypt.
Mark your calendar for a special one-night event -- Monday, January 19th -- as "Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus" will be featured in 650 theaters nationwide at 7:00 p.m. local time, followed by an expert panel discussion moderated by Gretchen Carlson.
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