Embracing a Healthy Family: New Film: Secular Scholars Challenge Mosaic Authorship in "The Moses Controversy"

New Film: Secular Scholars Challenge Mosaic Authorship in "The Moses Controversy"




Who really wrote the first five chapters of the Bible? That's the question tackled by Timothy P. Mahoney in his latest film 'The Moses Controversy.' If you're into Biblical archeology, you might want to check it out while it's still in theaters for two nights only on Saturday, March 16th and Tuesday, March 19th.

A little about the film:

THE MOSES CONTROVERSY

Is the Bible the inspired word of God? Or is it a book of fables and myths?
Award-winning investigative filmmaker Timothy Mahoney and his Patterns of Evidence team return with a brand-new examination into The Moses Controversy.
Mahoney was raised to believe the stories of the Bible were true. But mainstream scholars reject the Bible’s claim that Moses wrote the Exodus journey as an eyewitness account, they believe it is just an exaggerated tale. These scholars emphatically declare Moses didn’t even have a writing system like Hebrew to record it; instead, the writing of Exodus came more than one thousand years after the fact.
Since the Bible claims that Moses was the author of one of the greatest stories in the entire Bible—the Israelites’ Exodus out of Egypt and their journey to Mt. Sinai where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God—Mahoney realizes that the question of Moses’ ability to write its first books impacts the credibility of the entire Bible.
Traveling throughout the Middle East to see where the patterns lead, Mahoney uncovers profound new scientific evidence you have to see to believe! The new documentary investigation Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy will be in theaters for three days only: March 14, 16, and 19.

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