Jun 152012
 

Artist’s depiction of the Red Sea Crossing based upon the historical Exodus account

Chariot Wheels Found In Red Sea – >>>>> “Confirmation of the actual Exodus route has come from divers finding coral-encrusted bones and chariot remains in the Gulf of Aqaba…..The subsequent drowning of the entire Egyptian army in the Red Sea was not an insignificant event, and confirmation of this event is compelling evidence that the Biblical narrative is truly authentic…..Repeated dives in depths ranging from 60 to 200 feet deep (18m to 60m), over a stretch of almost 2.5 km, has shown that the chariot parts are scattered across the sea bed.  Artifacts found include wheels, chariot bodies, as well as human and horse bones.  Divers have located on the Saudi coastline opposite Nuweiba as well……” <<<<<<<< mynewslinx.blogspot.com/


Red Sea Chariot Wheel / Axle Remains Covered With Coral

Directly Related:  Note:   Some underwater evidence pics and video:

Original video from Ark Discovery documentary series ‘Revealing God’s Treasure’: – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaN2acVMGC8

Please Note:   In the future, this site intends to have in place a “Christian Apologetics” page with a significant number of substantiating links. Please keep on the look-out for it.

Christian apologetics is the defense of the Christian faith through logical arguments. The term comes from the Greek word apologia, which means “defense”. The expression “Christian apologist” therefore does not mean that someone is apologising for or on behalf of Christianity as is sometimes thought, but that he or she is defending and justifying it. There are a number of subfields within apologetics. Some apologists specialize in internal biblical consistency (such as JP Holding, owner of the website tektonics.org), others in scientific defenses of the Bible, and still others in historical or philosophical defenses of Christianity……….. – conservapedia.com/

Related:

Only by God’s Grace can the sinner come to realize the illuminating truth about his pathetic soul – thechristianmessage.org/

 

 

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Nathan M. Bickel

Note:  Above pics found on the web

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