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23-Sep-2017 18:38

Rather, they are based upon the study of settlement patterns in Israel itself.Surveys of ancient settlements--pottery remains and so forth--make it clear that there simply was no great influx of people around the time of the Exodus (given variously as between 1500-1200 BCE).Therefore, not the wandering, but the arrival alerts us to the fact that the biblical Exodus is not a literal depiction.In Israel at that time, there was no sudden change in the kind or the volume of pottery being made.

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The article entitled, "Doubting the Story of Exodus," asserts that archaeology disproves the validity of the Biblical account.

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