Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Patterns of Evidence Exodus DVD- review & giveaway #PATTERNSOFEVIDENCE #FLYBY

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I love being a reviewer for Propeller Consulting.  I never have to worry about getting things to review that are outside of my moral structure.  The newest item I received for review is Patterns of Evidence - Exodus on DVD.  Learn more about the DVD below then I'll tell you my thoughts!

About Patterns of Evidence Exodus:
For more than 50 years, the vast majority of the world's most prominent archaeologists and historians have proclaimed that there is no hard evidence to support the Exodus story found in the Bible.  In fact, they say that the archaeological record is completely opposed to the Bible's account.  This view of extreme skepticism has spread from academia to the world.  The case against the Exodus appears to be so strong that even some religious leaders are labeling this ancient account as historical fiction.  Filmmaker Timothy Mahoney begins with the questions, "Is the Bible just a myth, or did the archaeologists get it wrong?"  He decides to tackle this issue wit a deliberate scientific approach.   After examining the details in the biblical text, he journeys across the globe to search for patterns of evidence firsthand.  The result is the most in-depth archaeological investigation into the Exodus from Egypt ever captured on film.   This scientific documentary's goal is to communicate the TRUTH of the Bible and help equip believers with defending their faith and the Bible.

The DVD features stunning animations and a cast including narrator, Kevin Sorbo (God's Not Dead, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), interviews with leading archaeologists including Israel Finkelstein, Kent Weeks, and David Rohl, and guest appearances by Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres.




Twitter:  @PattofEvidence
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/PatternsofEvidence
Official Website:  http://patternsofevidence.com
Official Website to Purchase:  http://shop.patternsofevidence.com
Blog featuring interviews with director Tim Mahoney and an article by Anne Graham Lotz:  http://patternsofevidence.tumblr.com

Our Thoughts:
My family loves history and Biblical history is a huge plus.  We are believers that the Bible is 100% true and it is not a parable.  I have seen many documentaries who are all about trying to prove that the Bible is not based on fact.  It was nice to finally see a documentary where they were trying to follow the patterns to find the evidence.  We really enjoyed this documentary and found that things were explained in everyday language so that we could all understand what they were talking about.  When watching this with younger kids, you might want to watch this DVD in 2-3 parts because it does run around 2 hours.  We highly recommend this to anyone who wants to delve more into the Exodus!

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3 comments:

Meredith said...

I am a believer, but rather skeptical about everything I read in the Bible. It would be interesting to to see to find out what someone who has taken the time to research the information scientifically has found.

gloria mckellar said...

I love to learn about biblical history and this sounds like a wonderful documentary.

Ronald Oliver said...

I like documentaries that relate to stories in the Bible, and this one interests me because of that fact. I think it's great that biblical stories are being researched.