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The Exodus According to G: A Unique View of the Biblical Story

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An Environmental Basis for the Biblical story of the Exodus. In 1628 BC, a volcano on Thera, a large island in the Aegean Sea, erupted. A new reading of the timeline of history would make the explosion of Thera and the Exodus, as described in the Hebrew Torah and the Christian Old Testament, concurrent events, justifying a new, realistic, first-person narrative of the Exodus. It will move you.

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Albert E. Gilding, Sr.

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