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Where the Israelites Crossed the Red Sea

Two common questions Christians ask are if Noah's Ark can be found on Mt. Ararat, and where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea. It would be nice to get some things nailed down historically and scientifically. However, our faith rests in the Word of God, not in finding artifacts. Comparatively recent history such as the 1908 Butch and Sundance shootout in Bolivia is uncertain and has had many legends arise . Extrabiblical legends have arisen over thousands of years about the Ark and the Red Sea Crossing, which may provide clues — or make things worse. Flickr /  Darla دارلا Hueske (resized, lower resolution, CC BY-ND 2.0 ) There have been multiple alleged sightings of the Ark that have prompted several expeditions over the years. Nothing substantial has come of them, and there's probably nothing left. After all, Noah and the family probably used the wood for furniture and their homes, and nature would have given it a smackdown . Tim Mahoney made the Patterns of Evidence  series

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