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Friday, February 26, 2010

Hebrew Manuscript Reunited in Israel - Supports Biblical Antiquity

In Israel, there has been a manuscript discovery that supports the authenticity of Exodus 15:1-22, the "Song of the Sea" when Moses leads the Israelites in worship by remembering God's might work to deliver them from Egypt. It is a remarkable discovery because it is only a partial fragment of another Hebrew manuscript that was found previously in history. Through the careful research of top scholars, it is affirmative that the two manuscripts use to be one due to the overwhelming likeness of writing and style in the literacy, narrative, and where the writing is broken up due to it being torn. The new Hebrew manuscript fits in place where the older maunscript stopped, reunited the entire of the text which is a retelling of the "Song of the Sea" that Moses sang along with the Israelites during the Exodus from Egypt. This is so remarkable because the manuscript gives historical antiquity to the trustworthiness of the Bible! Check it out by clicking on the link below!
Hebrew Manuscript Reunited in Israel!

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