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By: Cris Putnam Mon, 11 Apr 2011 19:40:35 +0000 He claims to have found Noah’s Ark, the Ark of the Covenant, the Chariot Wheels from the Exodus, and even Jesus’ DNA. Yes that’s right he claims he found Jesus’ blood and had it tested… He’s a nutjob or opportunist or both.

By: D Sun, 10 Apr 2011 20:57:44 +0000 I saw those videos by Ron Wyatt when I was a teenager, and I was very excited about them at the time…

But when you learn more about the “discoveries” Ron supposedly made later in his life, it just gets weirder and weirder…

Supposedly, he found the Ark of the Covenant in a cave directly under the site of Galgatha, and scraped up some of Jesus’s blood from the cave walls, and met angels in there, took some video footage of the ark, and then left the video tape inside the cave…

Of course, no one else besides Ron was ever able to find this room with the Ark or see what he supposedly saw..

By: Cris Putnam Sun, 10 Apr 2011 18:57:35 +0000 Hi Norman, I suspect that was the documentary by Ron Wyatt and if so, its a proven hoax. The alleged chariot wheel disappeared and was never subjected to scientific analysis. Please refer to my footnotes and bibliography as I carefully documented my sources.

I used reliable Christian archeologists like this article here from the Associates for Biblical Research. They have a wealth of good information.

My comment about Josh McDowell, all due respect, was that he was wrong in this case. It was the reed sea but his remark was inaccurate because the water was deep enough to harbor boats. He implied that a reedy marsh wasn’t deep enough. Please refer to this article here.

There is good evidence for the Exodus as my research shows, it is largely textual in the form of toponyms. I hope this helps, thanks for stopping by!

By: norman kellogg Sat, 09 Apr 2011 07:34:26 +0000 About 5 years I saw a documentary that showed researchers actually finding traces of Egyptian chariots and their wheels in the shallowest part of the Red Sea (perhaps 50-100 feet deep or so); coral had grown on chariot wheels, with no natural reefs in sight for the coral to grow. There was apparently enough evidence to pin down the dynasty to the one in which Moses lived, because of the design of the wheels: the spokes were positioned 90 degrees from each other. I don’t know how valid this point is, but it seemed interesting to me. This was supposed to have provided evidence for the Red Sea crossing, and its location, with Egyptians in hot pursuit.
What seemed to be the Reed Sea, if we’re talking about the same thing, was far north of the crossing point, according to the documentary, just south of the Sinai Peninsula. This place was apparently shallow enough for walking through without disturbing or divding the waters, however it wasn’t deep enough for the chariots to be so quickly caught and smashed, drowning their drivers in the process. On top of that, no evidence of chariots was found there. So the crossing had to have taken place in a deeper site than that. In spite of the fact that this research was privately funded and not the result of historical twisting, denial and perversion by The History Channel and other networks with the same anti-Biblical agenda, I’m still surprised it was allowed to be broad-
cast uncensored. I’m writing because I’d like further verification on what I watched if possible, and also on what you wrote concerning McDowell’s comment, (were you arguing against it or confirming it?) and where you placed the Reed Sea, and where you think the crossing was. Also, please be specific about the historical and aarchaeological research done on it.
Any well researched websites? I’m over here in the Philippines, where there is a glaring lack of reading material about Biblical events.
Thank you
Norman Kellogg