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  • Thomas Donlon

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    April 21, 2021 at 12:29 am

    Ken, in this month’s monthly focus there has just been featured a high quality 25 minute video called The Border Lakes of Egypt, and there are some views expressed on ancient shorelines at earlier times, and these views relate sea levels in a way that attempts to correlate with some proposed Exodus dates and their dating schemes. One of the experts believes the ocean was about 8 inches lower at Ramses time. And some of the shorelines of Egypt changed because the Nile has brought silt deposits and expanded the area of Egypt’s Nile basin further out into the ocean. This all gets complex – if we try to match this with your theory. Your proposed date of the Exodus, it does predate Ramses … but by how much?