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Ver Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle

Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle is a movie starring Barry Beitzel, Manfred Bietak, and Jason Derouchie. One of the greatest miracles in the Bible is Moses and the Israelites trapped at the sea by Pharaoh's army, when God...

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Documentary
Starring
Jason Derouchie, Barry Beitzel, Manfred Bietak, Manis Friedman

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Genres Documentary
Stars Jason Derouchie, Barry Beitzel, Manfred Bietak, Manis Friedman
Country USA
Runtime 2 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description One of the greatest miracles in the Bible is Moses and the Israelites trapped at the sea by Pharaoh's army, when God miraculously parts the waters, but is there any evidence that it really happened, and if so, where?

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 03:25

I have to say that I was completely unimpressed by this documentary. I was expecting more from a documentary that claimed to be 100% accurate. I found myself wondering where the authors of the book were when they decided to be so honest and provide such a straightforward presentation. My review is somewhat of a spoiler, as I'm writing a review of the movie, so I won't give it away. I will say that the filmmakers have provided some excellent testimony from the people involved in the documentary. The one problem I had with the film was that I kept asking myself why they made the filmmakers' and their friends' life stories so unique and convincing. I kept expecting them to talk about their own stories of hardship, triumph, and even tragedy. Instead, I got the feeling that the filmmakers were using the story of the Red Sea Miracle to retell their own personal lives. That wasn't the point of the documentary, I think. I also don't believe that the filmmakers had the skills to present their stories in a way that really makes sense and adds some great value. I know that documentaries are not a perfect medium for teaching you how to think, but the filmmakers failed to deliver a solid and interesting lesson in the documentary's form. For example, in the film, the director of the Red Sea Miracle says that his life has been a lot of fun and he has had lots of people come to visit him in his hotel room. But, in the documentary, we never see him having any of these experiences. If the filmmakers wanted to teach us something, they should have shown us his life. They should have shown us how he became interested in his work, how he became interested in being able to live the way he does, and how he got so involved in it. All of these things would have added great value to the film. If I wanted to learn how to be a better person, I'd learn from the greatest human being ever to have lived. The documentary did not do that for me.


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