The Moses Controversy

Recently I found myself discussing the controversial topic of whether or not the Torah is a work of fiction with a non-believer. Because of my lack of expertise on the subject I was not able to convince this individual that the Torah is indeed for real. By, “for real” I mean, it did happen and the Israelites did exist, and they were enslaved in Egypt as the text describes.

Source: Hebrew Voices #92 – Unpacking the Moses Controversy

I didn’t even have to search because the word of God tends to work that way with me and the information was dropped right into my lap. Yehovah is truly wonderful in his workings and I just hope everyone enjoys this as much as I did.

Below is the link to an interview conducted by my favorite Hebrew scholar of a film maker who is releasing a movie across America in over 900 movie theaters, the latest installment of his patterns of evidence series.

Source: Hebrew Voices #92 – Unpacking the Moses Controversy

I encourage everyone to go find where this is playing near you and watch it. Take your youth groups, your children, friends, and family and enjoy this movie that takes a closer look at the figure Moses and the controversy that surrounds his existence.

Source: Hebrew Voices #92 – Unpacking the Moses Controversy

As Atheism encroaches on our spiritual faith everyday and tries to sink its claws into the minds of our children and family members through propaganda and government agenda, it is good to be prepared with your own knowledge of their theories. This interview scratches the surface of the main topics unpacked in the film about the theories behind the Atheistic views of the Torah being a work of fiction. Brilliant interview and a superb film made by Tim Mahoney. (also check out his YouTube series entitled “Patterns of Evidence)

Source: Hebrew Voices #92 – Unpacking the Moses Controversy

God Bless!

-The NorthWest Hebrew


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