This is the seventh documentary in a series that travels through the Bible, investigating evidence of its historical credibility.
“I am not making Christian films,” Tim Mahoney explains. “I am making investigative films as a Christian.”
Saudi Arabia has been closed for tourism over the past several decades but has decided to provide tourist visas to those interested following their the second delegation of evangelical leaders from United States.
Propaganda outlets linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, the Iranian regime, Houthi rebels, and other violent elements are threatening him, claiming that Mauro’s film is part of a Jewish-U.S. plot to conquer Saudi Arabia.
A documentary film will be released in two weeks that asks the question that anyone who reads the Bible wants the answer to: Did Moses really write the holy text? The film is truly a cinematic masterpiece but more importantly, it is the product of a man of faith on a personal quest for truth.
As researchers debate the location of Biblical Mount Sinai, the Saudi Arabian government is moving forward with plans for a mega-city built on top of one of the prime candidates.
It’s a topic of endless fascination. James D. Long, author of Riddle of the Exodus: Startling Parallels Between Ancient Jewish Sources and the Egyptian Archaeological Record told Breaking Israel News, “The subject of the real Mt. Sinai generates the most discussion in the Q&A that follows my lectures. For my 2006 book, Riddle of the Exodus, I did research on the mountain’s location, but consigned the available evidence to a lengthy Appendix at the back of my book.”
Finding the Mountain of Moses: The Real Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia by Ryan Mauro & The Doubting Thomas Research Foundation.
Debate continually rages over the credibility of the Bible. One such example concerns the Exodus – is it Moses’ first-hand account or was it written more than 1,000 years later? The Bible implies that Moses wrote an eyewitness record of the Exodus journey.
The Shavuot holiday’s custom of eating cheese and dairy products makes a unique store in Jerusalem quite possibly the busiest in the city’s Mahane Yehuda shuk (market).