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(173) 6.7 150 min 2020

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...

Starring
Jason Derouchie, Barry Beitzel, Manis Friedman, Manfred Bietak
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tim Mahoney

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Tim Mahoney
Writer Tim Mahoney
Stars Jason Derouchie, Barry Beitzel, Manis Friedman, Manfred Bietak
Country USA
Runtime 2H 30M
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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Wednesday, 06 May 2020 08:50

This is a very interesting documentary about the Red Sea Miracle. It begins with the story of the Red Sea Miracle, a quest to find the lost third segment of the Red Sea. Then the documentary covers the more recent search for the lost segment, and the trial and verdict of the Discovery Channel documentary. The documentary is divided into three sections. The first section shows the events leading up to the discovery of the third segment. The second section shows the search and the trial for the Discovery Channel documentary. The third section shows the search for the third segment, and the trial and verdict of the Discovery Channel documentary. This documentary does a good job of bringing the drama to the viewers. The drama is well presented, and has a good pace. The documentary does not seem to go on forever, and the first segment of the documentary does not go on forever either. The documentary does have a few problems. The first problem is the length of the documentary. I would say the documentary could have been a little shorter. The second problem is that there are too many points of view. Some of the viewpoints are good, and some are not. The third problem is that the documentary does not explain everything. I feel like the documentary should have explained everything, because it was a good documentary. This is a good documentary. It is not a great documentary, but it is a good documentary. The documentary is worth watching, and it does have a good pace.


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