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The Exodus Decoded (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Movie 16 April 2006
Using 'investigative archaeology' Simcha Jacobovici and his team release never before seen evidence that support the Biblical tale.

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Credited cast:
Uzi Avner Uzi Avner ... Himself
Manfred Bietak Manfred Bietak ... Himself
John Bimson John Bimson ... Himself
James Cameron ... Narrator
Philip Davies Philip Davies ... Himself
William G. Dever William G. Dever ... Himself
Christos Doumas Christos Doumas ... Himself (as Prof. Christos Doumas)
David Faiman David Faiman ... Himself
Catherine Hickson Catherine Hickson ... Herself
James Hoffmeier James Hoffmeier ... Himself
Simcha Jacobovici Simcha Jacobovici ... Himself / Host
George Kling George Kling ... Himself
Amos Nur Amos Nur ... Himself
Charles Pellegrino Charles Pellegrino ... Himself
Donald Redford Donald Redford ... Himself (as Dr. Donald Redford)
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Exodus Decoded is a documentary created by Jewish Canadian filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici, in which new evidence in favor of the historicity of the Biblical Exodus is explored. It is partially narrated by film director James Cameron. Jacobovici suggests that the Exodus took place around 1500 BCE during the reign of pharaoh Ahmose I, and coincided with the eruption of Santorini that most scholars believe ended the Minoan civilization. In the documentary, the plagues that ravished Egypt in the Bible are explained as having resulted from that volcanic eruption, and a related collapse in the Nile river delta. While much of Jacobovici's archaeological evidence for the Exodus comes from Egypt, a surprising quantity comes from Mycenae, on mainland Greece. Written by Anonymous

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Watched it twice now and love it. I bet I watch it again.
25 August 2006 | by Kenny-69See all my reviews

A lot of people think science proves that stories in the bible can't be true. This program shows that even things as bizarre as the 10 plagues, the Exodus, and the parting of the sea can be demonstrated using archeology and science. I saw it as an explanation as to how God used nature in His plan (after all it's His). A "this is how He did it" for the faithful. The host is a believer.

A skeptic will probably still see it as a "well if it did happened, this is the explanation" to an unbelievable story that I did not earlier believe was even possible.

Well, we still have to have faith. But, I'd rather believe in God's providence than a series of really bizarre coincidences that led to more bizarre results.


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