The Exodus Case

by Lennart Moller

Swedish scientist Dr. Lennart Möller has written a new book containing some stunning biblical findings. The Exodus Case is a journey through early biblical times from Abraham to the Exodus. The book is based on the work of Ronald E. Wyatt, who spent over 40 years researching biblical times until his death in the late summer of 1999.

Dr. Möller states on page 14 that the "book is based on this fundamental hypothesis: The Bible texts with which this book deals (Genesis 11:27 to Exodus 40:38) are a true historical document." He goes on to states that the main hypothesis leads to a number of new questions and hypotheses. Readers are challenged to explore and study the findings for themselves.

The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 looks at the "Pre-Exodus Period." Part 2 examines the "Exodus" and part 3 covers "The Mountain of God."

A few of the topics covered in the book are:

The remains of Pharaoh's army in the Red Sea.

The lost cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.

The records of Joseph and Moses in early Egyptian history.

Joseph's grain storage center in Egypt.

The point of crossing on the banks of the Red Sea.

Mount Horeb with the altar and twelve pillars.

The altar of the golden calf.

This is a fascinating book containing beautiful, never before published, photos of biblical sites. I caught myself saying "wow" as I looked at the photos of the remains of Pharoah's army at the bottom of the Red Sea. And yes, they're really there.

The book was published in Denmark and isn't widely available in the U.S. For information on pricing and availability, email jvo@scanpublishing.dk.