The results are startling and could fundamentally transform what the world assumes about the Bible and the Exodus!
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) September 28, 2015
The “First and Last Exodus” conference, October 2-4, 2015, will focus on revealing the surprising truth of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt, the subject of Mahoney’s film, and will provide new details on an upcoming documentary sequel.
The online event is available to watch by donation of any amount at http://www.ExodusConference.com and will feature teaching sessions from Mahoney, Rood, and Egyptologist David Rohl, whose groundbreaking, alternative view on the timeline of the exodus inspired the “Patterns of Evidence” documentary. Online conference attendees are also invited to host a screening of the “Patterns of Evidence” documentary in their homes while the conference studio audience watches the film onsite.
“The world’s most prominent archaeologists and historians are proclaiming that the Exodus never happened — but why?” asks conference host Michael Rood. “Could it be that they are all misunderstanding one astonishing, chronological key that validates the entire story?”
Filmmaker Tim Mahoney presented this notion, supported by Egyptologist David Rohl, in his powerful “Patterns of Evidence” documentary, which sold out theaters across the country earlier this year.
“Tim tackled the apparent lack of archaeological evidence for the Exodus with a deliberate scientific approach,” Rood says. “The results are startling and could fundamentally transform what the world assumes about the Bible and the Exodus!”
The “First and Last Exodus” conference gives the public a chance to participate in a rare, behind-the-scenes conversation with Mahoney and Rohl, who provided the most compelling historical information in the “Patterns of Evidence” documentary. The two will also answer questions during the event during a live Q&A session with both onsite and online participants.
A full conference schedule is now available for download at http://www.ExodusConference.com. Registration to watch the live conference online is open to all for a donation of any amount. Questions for the guests can also be submitted in advance on the conference site.
For more information, visit http://www.ExodusConference.com or call 704-665-5178.