New documentary about biblical miracle in Exodus causes great expectation for its coming premiere

Being part of a series on biblical stories, a film that analyzes the Exodus miracle of the parting of the Red Sea will be released soon.

The creator of the documentary series, Tim Mahoney, created this series called “Patterns of Evidence”, in which he studies each biblical story in an archeological and scientific way.

He wants to prove the authenticity of this fact.

You can find the story of the parting of the Red Sea in the book of Exodus. Here you can see how the Israelites escaped from the slavery of the Egyptian government, all with the help of Moses.

Mahoney hope this new production to be a success, like the other ones. The reason, he wants to prove to many skeptics that this story is 100% real.

The production will be available from February 18. It will be presented in selected theaters.

“This is the first film of a two-part film event. The Red Sea Miracle part 1 (in theaters on Feb. 18) really lays out two distinctly different ways people see God working in a miracle. The Egyptian Approach sees the parting as a naturalistic event where wind was the agent and it moved water naturally. The miracle would be in the timing,” Mahoney said.

“The Hebrew Approach primarily believes that the miracle was not only caused by wind but that God miraculously parted the water. The depth of the water would not be a problem for the God of the Bible who created the universe,” he added.

«God wants us to entrust him with the solution of the dilemma»

Tim urges those who see the production to trust God when the opportunity comes to “cross the Red Sea,” referring to the difficult situations they face in life.

“We all are faced with difficult times in our lives, when we think we are not going to make it. We are trapped at the sea with the Egyptians behind us. But God wants us to call on Him and trust Him for the solution to our dilemma,” he explains.

This documentary will have a second part. It will premiere on May 5 of this year.

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