Resources: Books: The Exodus Happened 2450 B.C.
From a veteran missionary:
Early last evening I picked up our mail which included the book you sent, "The Exodus Happened 2450 B.C.". I read it from cover to cover before going to bed and then poked about your biblicalchronologist.org web site later when I couldn't sleep. Such was the mind-whirling effect of your book. Thanks SO MUCH for your thoughtfulness in sending it to us (even if it was the cause of a short night!).
I so much appreciate all your research and labors on behalf of the body of Christ. I think the work you are doing is just so extremely valuable. The biblical imperative of 1 Peter 3:15 comes to mind, that of being ready/prepared to give an answer (defense) to everyone who asks us to give them the reason for the hope we have. I am more convinced than ever of the need to be equipped to provide, careful, gentle, logical, biblical and scientifically-grounded answers to an unbelieving and searching world. In my view, your research and materials contribute much to the equipping process. May God encourage you in your endeavors.
I like the premise of The Exodus; your presentation resonates both with my simple mind and with what I observe in the biblical text. In my travels I am becoming more and more aware of how deep are the rivers of churchianity and traditional ideas and just how deadly these barriers can be to helping the unsaved understand the Bible's message. I've taught the gospel to many unbelievers since coming back to the North-American mission field and have encountered several who were "stuck" on the issue of the Bible's historical veracity. I've used Ussher's Wall Chart of World History book as a tool to help people get unstuck, and it has been helpful, but it still leaves unanswered questions and discrepancies. Be sure, I'll be poking around your website further...
Yours to make Christ clearly known,