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Egypt, Israel and the exodus / by John Osgood.

By: Osgood, John [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Osgood, John. Bible history series: Book 2.Publisher: Capalaba, Qld. : John Osgood, 2015Copyright date: copyright2015Edition: First edition.Description: 48 pages : illustrations (black and white), maps ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9780980840803 (paperback).Subject(s): Joseph (Son of Jacob) | Exodus, The | History of Biblical events | Egypt -- --Antiquities | Egypt -- --History -- --Middle Kingdom, ca. 1956-ca. 1831 B.C | Added to GBC Library 9 April 2017 | Back Hall
Contents:
Contents: Introduction -- The problem -- Down into Egypt -- Oppression -- Let my people go -- The exodus pharaoh -- Into the desert -- A wilderness people -- A new culture -- Conclusion.
Summary: The timing and route of the Biblical exodus and associated events has been a contentious issue for scholars over many years. After extensive research spanning 40 years Dr John Osgood presents convincing evidence to support the much maligned 'revised chronology' of Egypt, building on the work of researchers such as David Rohl and Donovan Courville. This book is the first in a series and a fascinating overview for those seeking an introduction to the issues and others wanting to familiarise themselves with Dr Osgood's ground-breaking new work on the subject.--Back cover.
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Grace Bible Church Library Holland Park
Library Room 1 (off the breezeway, thru the bookshop, past the mother's room @ Holland Park) 222.110924 Osg Egy 2016 c1 (Browse shelf) Available 2119

The evidence is real!--Cover subtitle.

Contents: Introduction -- The problem -- Down into Egypt -- Oppression -- Let my people go -- The exodus pharaoh -- Into the desert -- A wilderness people -- A new culture -- Conclusion.

The timing and route of the Biblical exodus and associated events has been a contentious issue for scholars over many years. After extensive research spanning 40 years Dr John Osgood presents convincing evidence to support the much maligned 'revised chronology' of Egypt, building on the work of researchers such as David Rohl and Donovan Courville. This book is the first in a series and a fascinating overview for those seeking an introduction to the issues and others wanting to familiarise themselves with Dr Osgood's ground-breaking new work on the subject.--Back cover.

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