Mysteries of the Bible: Season 5, Episode 6

Magic and Miracles (7 Jun. 1998)

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Magics and Miracles In The Old Testament
2 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Magics and Miracles" is an episode of the Mysteries Of The Bible that takes a look that extraordinary events that happened in the Old Testament.Richard Kiley provides the narrative while Jean Simmons quotes words from the Holy Bible. Interviews from experts like Byron G. Curtis, Rabbi David Wolpe, Yair Zakovitch, Kenneth A. Kitchen, Hans Goedicke were included.

This episode takes a look at the magic and miracles that occurred in the Old Testament like during the time of Moses when he requested the Pharaoh to let the Israelites go free from slavery.The plagues that happened,the journey of the people in the wilderness,the competition between Moses and the Egyptian magicians and many other events.The experts try to explain these events and try to provide evidence that they did occur as indicated from sources outside the Bible.


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