The Pharaohs of the Bondage: The Israelite Slavery in Egypt DVD

The Pharaohs of the Bondage: The Israelite Slavery in Egypt DVD

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'Then a new king who did not know about Joseph, came to power in Egypt. ‘Look,' he said to his people, ‘the Israelites have become much too numerous for us. Come, we must deal shrewdly with them or they will become even more numerous and, if war breaks out, will join our enemies, fight against us and leave the country'' (Exodus 1:8?10).

In this illustrated presentation, Dr. Bryant Wood surveys the Pharaohs who would have been in power during the Israelite slavery in Egypt. This period begins with the expulsion of the Hyksos rulers from Lower Egypt around 1560 BC, and ends with the Exodus in 1446 BC. Ahmose, a native Egyptian ruler and founder of the 18th dynasty, came from Thebes in southern Egypt and would not have known about the accomplishments of Joseph over 300 years earlier. Many of the mummies from this era have been discovered, and are shown in this presentation. The Tomb of Rekhmire, mid-15th century BC, shows foreign slaves making mud bricks, very similar to the biblical descriptions. The evidence for the location of Pithom is outlined, as well as the archaeological discoveries from the royal precinct at Rameses (Tell el-Dab'a) in the Egyptian Delta. Watch as Dr. Wood shows the many correlations between the archeological record from Egypt and the Israelite oppression as described in the Bible.

57 minute DVD, plays in all regions, not coded.

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