How did Moses part the Red Sea?

This question is one much-discussed episode of the Old Testament. The event what we can read in the Book of Exodus rather much more could happen by the strange weather, than the hand of Yahweh. Many researcher think it possible that this “miracle” there wasn’t there as described in the Old Testament, but also in the Nile Delta. In addition they believe the ten plagues happened because of the climate change and environmental disasters.

Satellite measurements, archaeological records and maps allowed the researchers to estimate depth at the site and the water flow 3,000 years ago. The scientists found that an east wind of 63 mph blowing for 12 hours would have driven the shallow waters back, both into the lake and the river channel by an ocean computer model. Continue Reading …

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