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(217) 6.5 140 min 2019

Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy is a movie starring Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron, William G. Dever, and Manis Friedman. A filmmaker searches for scientific evidence that Moses wrote the first books of the Bible.

Manis Friedman, William G. Dever, Duane Garrett, Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron
Tim Mahoney, Timothy Mahoney

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Tim Mahoney, Timothy Mahoney
Writer Timothy Mahoney, Tim Mahoney, Steven Law
Stars Manis Friedman, William G. Dever, Duane Garrett, Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron
Country USA
Also Known As Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy
Runtime 2H 20M
Description A filmmaker searches for scientific evidence that Moses wrote the first books of the Bible.

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Saturday, 31 Oct 2020 12:39

This documentary is a must-see for those interested in the topic. I liked it very much. It definitely tells the viewer about the depth of the media coverage of the issue of black versus white in America. From the black members of the KKK (though some were sympathetic) to the white members of the Ku Klux Klan, there is plenty of discussion. This documentary clearly shows that the "Moses Controversy" was an American version of the "Scopes Monkey Trial" of 1925 in Tennessee, which was the basis of the classic 1954 movie "The Trial." The way the media covered the topic was just a big eye-opener for me. What I found most interesting about this documentary was the portrayal of James Earl Ray, the white supremacist who is infamous for murdering a black boy in a town where he was attempting to stage a play based on a true story about a young black boy who got killed in a lynching. Ray is shown as a very self-confident young man, who goes from being a KKK leader to being the leader of the CORE (Committee of Education), a white supremacist organization. This documentary was very accurate about Ray's thinking. Ray was a real person, not a cartoon character. In many ways, he was the true face of the Ku Klux Klan. He was the one who brought us "The Ku Klux Klan, the Most Dangerous and Violent Sect in the U.S.A." And he wasn't the only one who believed that. "The Ku Klux Klan" was started by Jack Chick, the legendary founder of the Chick-Fil-A chain of restaurants. Chick wanted to bring together many people from all races to fight "communism." The movie was very accurate about how this became a major threat in America. It also pointed out that when it became clear that Ray was the KKK leader, people still feared him, as they feared him. It was only a matter of time before he turned violent. His death was a tragic and tragic event in America's history. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in how our media covers important topics in our country. It's a great film, and one that you will not soon forget.
Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 05:51

I'm still bewildered about the way the Moses Controversy has been handled, and I'm sure many others are. However, I know I'm not alone. I understand the motives, and I understand the ambivalence towards the subject matter. I also understand that people will dismiss the documentary as propaganda, or an attempt to make a film out of the controversial topic. I'm not a religious person, and I don't want to make any religious statements here. I'm simply saying that I think that the subject matter is important. If we had all a mind of our own and our morals were immutable, and our lives weren't always predicated on faith and obedience, we would not be as encumbered by the fears of God, and thus be more able to follow the will of God. I know many people who think that the subject matter is quite distasteful and is so in tune with their personal beliefs that they don't even think about it. The subject matter is as old as humanity, and the idea that a man would be seduced by an angel who has not been spoken to by God, and even taken down to the level of a local thug, and then fall in love with a woman so badly that he actually takes her to a prostitute in a strip club to make it official, is highly unusual. I would love to see some of the other arguments that were offered in the documentary. I think that any discussion of this subject matter needs to be taken in the context of human evolution and a loving God who is not motivated by human needs. I also want to say that this documentary was absolutely amazing. The camerawork, the editing, the sound, the casting, the actors, and the script all worked in harmony to create a work of art that had the power to bring a tear to the eye. The only thing that I would have done differently, was that I would have taken the story into more detail, and that I would have gotten to know some of the other characters better. I think that a lot of the complaints about the film were directed at the narrator and the subject matter itself. I feel that if the narrator had only been in the film, the subject matter would have been discussed more in depth, and the whole thing would have been a better film. I know that many people who were involved in the film have various stories to tell, and I know that many people have their own beliefs that they feel strongly about. I want to know about these, so that I can put them in perspective. I want to know how some people see this story, and I want to know how some people see God, and how some people see themselves. I can't help but feel that the viewer is in the position of not knowing and therefore judging. I also think that if the narrator was more involved in the film, the film would have been a much better work. I think that it is the sole responsibility of the narrator to get the point across, and that he or she should be held to a higher standard. I don't feel that the filmmakers went above and beyond their means to get the
Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020 16:01

I don't know why people hate this documentary. It is very informative and is fairly balanced. It is very detailed and detailed editing, it is very short. It's not a documentary in the sense that you can skip through it, but it is a documentary in the sense that it gives you the chance to think about the subject and the history. It shows you things that you didn't know. I have no problem with it because I am a conspiracy theorist and it shows that I am not alone. I don't think it's all a conspiracy because of the many different possibilities that I have, but I think that this documentary is very accurate and it gives me the opportunity to think about it and to think about it a lot. The only reason I give it a 7 instead of a 10 is because I don't think the film does a very good job in showing the conflict between the two parties, because I think that there is only one side. I think that the film is fairly unbiased and that it is fair to show both sides. It doesn't show either side as evil or good and there is no character assassination. The film doesn't give one side the advantage, but rather it gives you the opportunity to think about it. I think it is a very good film. I think that the film did a good job and it is fair to say that it is very informative. If you want to see a very good documentary, I would recommend "The Smoking Gun" or "The Snowden Effect" or "The 9/11 Commission Report". The film is not biased, but it is not impartial and that's why I give it a 7 instead of a 10.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 19:40

You know when you watch a documentary and you are aware that you are seeing what could be some of the most compelling evidence that has ever been seen in the history of mankind. No, this isn't some ad-libbed performance by a director and actor. The facts are right there for you to see, and I think this documentary is the most compelling example of what has been going on in this whole history of mankind. Moses is portrayed in this documentary as a man who was killed by Pharaoh's priests, and then an angel was sent to free him from the fetters of the Pharaoh's yoke. It is from this angel that Moses was able to become a prophet of God. We see the angel perform miracles that many would claim were miraculous, but could not exist in the real world. And it is clear that there is a link between the miracles and the angel that has been sent to free Moses. This documentary shows us how the majority of the Bible is wrong. I think it is a documentary about history, and you can find something about the Bible that you would not expect. If you have ever read the Bible, you will find that this documentary completely demolishes the Bible. There are some references to the Bible that you can find in this documentary that will make you wonder if the Bible was written by man. Most importantly, the Bible does not show us how the Jews were treated during this time period. It only shows us that the Pharaoh was extremely racist, and the Jews were treated horribly by him. And of course, the Pharaoh was not a great person, and many of the details of the Bible are wrong as well. But all in all, this documentary is very enlightening, and I would highly recommend it. I can't really find anything wrong with this documentary, and it is very hard to find a fault. If you are a Christian, I think this documentary will make you think about the Bible in a different light. The people in this documentary were strong Christians, and they were living in a world that was very similar to the Bible. This is a very good documentary, and I can't say enough good things about it. This documentary completely demolishes the Bible, and it is up there with a documentary like This Is Not a Movie. I believe that this documentary is a must see for everyone.
Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 07:50

Takes a lot of guts to bring this on the screen but it is worth the effort. I never have been a part of an organized religion. I have been a member of the church of the state of Vermont and it is not for me. But the movie does not hurt, it is great to see a group of people come together to support each other and for one person to be able to take that risk and make it known, it shows what you can do when you have a voice. The movie was very touching, as a result I would give this movie a 10 out of 10. The people in this documentary are wonderful people, they do not show their personal lives but rather what they are able to do as a group to help others. If you do not have the guts to do something that you believe in and are willing to make a public announcement then it is a personal decision. I feel that the movie should have a wider audience because there are so many different religions and many different beliefs. It is about making your voice heard and it is important that people know their voice is important to others. If you do not believe in God or do not believe in your group you have the right to do what you feel is right for you. As a citizen you have the right to stand up and be counted. It is not a right to have others believe you are a fool or a liar but it is a right to speak out. If you want to support the cause of the faith of the state of Vermont then I feel the movie should be promoted to the public and to leaders of the religious group. As a citizen and as a Christian you should stand up and speak out against discrimination and have the courage to do what you feel is right for you.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 18:24

This is a well done documentary. It's the best I've seen on the subject. I was impressed with the way it was told and edited. I didn't read the book, but it was clear that they did. In fact, I would've been glad to see the book come out on DVD and I would've been willing to buy it if I could. I don't think I could've cared less about what was going on in Israel. This is a lot different than what the news media shows in the US. I have read some of the other reviews, and most of them were pretty harsh. Some people were just jealous of the American reporter's stories. I think that's unfair. The reporter had his own personal issues, and he's trying to tell us a story about Israel. And some people just don't understand the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. I don't think they can relate to it. In fact, I think most people can't relate to the conflict. I think that's why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been so polarizing. The main thing I think they're trying to get across is that this is a conflict between people who have different beliefs. And if you're looking for a conflict in the US, it's probably not going to be as extreme. It's hard to see the conflict on the surface of it. There's nothing inherently wrong with the conflict. It's just a different perspective. I think it's good to get the point across that it's not just Americans who get this conflict. It's very rare that there's a film about the US and the Middle East that doesn't have a focus on the US and the Middle East. I don't think the film was biased, but it was biased toward the Israeli side. And it was biased toward the media's view of what was going on. If it had been unbiased, it would've been just as good. The main reason I didn't want to see the film is that I think it would've been a waste of time and money. And if I was going to pay to see a movie about the Middle East, I would have seen it through to the end. I think it's sad that the media had to do something to cover this topic. I hope the Israeli side gets a lot of credit for it.

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