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Is the Bible the inspired word of God? Or is it a book of fables and myths?

Rocked by questions about his faith, award-winning investigative filmmaker Timothy Mahoney seeks scientific evidence that Moses actually wrote the first books of the Bible—despite the skepticism of mainstream scholars.

Since the Bible claims that Moses was the author of one of the greatest stories in the entire Bible—the Israelites’ Exodus out of Egypt and their journey to Mt Sinai where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God—Mahoney realizes that the question of Moses’ ability to write its first books impacts the credibility of the entire Bible. (Description by


Runtime: 140 min

Release: 2019

Cast: Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron, William G. Dever, Manis Friedman

Director: Timothy Mahoney

Writer: Steven Law, Timothy Mahoney

One thought to “Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy (2014)”

  • Elijah Nyberg

    This is the second part of the “Patterns of Evidence” series, exploring the controversy of who really wrote the first five books of the Bible. The Bible claims that it was Moses himself who authored these scriptures, but many modern scholars doubt the veracity of the statement. They claim that, because a Hebrew-like language did not exist in Moses’ time, he could not have been the author. This belief leads to the notion that the Bible, especially the stories in Genesis and Exodus, are only mythological fairy-tales, with some possible moral value. However, this documentary reveals some extraordinary evidence and findings about the ancient languages of the Middle East that verify the existence of Moses, and the truthfulness of the Bible. One highlight is the discovery of ancient Hebrew writings on the stones near Mount Sinai, some of which are possibly directions on how to use manna.


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