The Evidence for the Exodus

Sat Sep 18 2021 at 09:00 am to 05:00 pm

Calvary Auckland | Auckland

Calvary Auckland
Publisher/HostCalvary Auckland
The Evidence for the Exodus Is there any real evidence for the Exodus of the Children of Israel from Egypt? Most modern historians and archeologist say, “NO!” Perhaps that is because they are looking in the wrong location. In 1988, Bob Cornuke and Larry Williams made international news when they brought back evidence for the Real Mt Sinai in Arabia. In February of 2020, Ron Matsen traveled to Saudi Arabia with Bob Cornuke to examine his findings and to explore the region of Midian in an attempt to match the Biblical account with the evidence that is available today.
Join us as Ron Matsen presents compelling Evidence for the Exodus on Saturday, September 18th at Calvary Auckland. This is a free event and we would encourage you to invite friends along who need to be encouraged in their faith as we look at this amazing evidence for the the Exodus! Ron Matsen will present the Evidence for the Exodus presentation in two 2-hour sessions; there will be some free time set aside for lunch to allow people to go and get lunch before coming back to Calvary Auckland for the second session. In conclusion, there will be an opportunity to ask questions regarding the Evidence for Exodus presentation. We'd love for you to join us!
The Evidence for the Exodus Schedule:
9:00am — Arrive and enjoy a hot drink and fellowship
9:30-11:30am — First Session on the Evidence for the Exodus
11:30am-1:00pm — Free time for lunch
1:00-3:00pm — Second Session on the Evidence for the Exodus
3:00-4:00pm — Q&A
Click the following link for a trailer to the Evidence for the Exodus presentation:

Please register to secure your spot by Monday, September 13th. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

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Calvary Auckland, 7 Target Court, Auckland, New Zealand 0627, Auckland, New Zealand

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