Suzi (24 Sep
"About the Red Sea/Wind theory"
I saw another show that used some very
detailed, historical/Biblical references about where the crossing would
have/could have been (using Bible references as markers). In that area,
there is a more 'shallow point', almost like an underwater road, but
natural, like a reef. They used the supposition that a tsunami,
happening at that time, would have indeed pulled the water back, just
as it did a few years ago, people were running out and grabbing fish
up, not knowing the water was going to come back with a powerful wave.
Even though this show was on the History Channel (usually not very
pro-Bible/Christian), they even admitted, 'but why then? And how did
the timing work so perfectly to allow them safe passage and only
crashing back when the Egyptians started to cross?'. They at least
allowed the idea that it was God using the Nature that He controls to
create an action when/where it was needed.
I actually love when
science proves Biblical FACTS! When an unbeliever is faced with hard
scientific evidence, yet still refuses to acknowledge God's Hand in an
event, it takes more faith for them to 'disbelieve', than for us to
just know and accept. Some people are like Thomas, they must SEE to