The Plagues of Egypt: Archaeology, History and Science Loot at the Bible
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The Plagues of Egypt: Archaeology, History and Science Loot at the Bible

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In The Plagues of Egypt, molecular biologist Siro Trevisanato assembles data gleaned from a variety of ancient texts and a wide range of scientific disciplines to assist in a reconsideration of the ten biblical plagues recorded in the Biblical book of Exodus. Trevisanato's reconstruction presents a view of these events that argues for their historical reality, identifying...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published August 24th 2005 by Gorgias Press
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Aug 17, 2008 Johnny rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Richard Williams and David Wilson
Recommended to Johnny by: Edward Bolme
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This is a fabulous book which blends together the evidence of history and science to consider how God may have created the plagues of Egypt as recorded in Exodus 7:14-13:16, Psalm 78:43-51, Psalm 105:27-36, and Deuteronomy 28:23-42. I like the way the author is committed to his hypothesis that all of the plagues began with a volcanic eruption in the Mediterranean such that the ash created a daisy chain of disastrous events, but how he observes other possibilities and does not completely dismiss...more
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