Over the past 48 years I have had the opportunity to visit almost all parts of the Bible World. I certainly have not solved all of the problems that are raised about locations of certain events, but I have tried to look at the major claims whether it is the location of Cana, the site for the baptism of Jesus, the place of the crucifixion and burial of Jesus, the location of Ararat, or the route of the exodus and the location of Mount Sinai, et al.
In this post I have pulled together a list of some things I have written about the route of the Exodus and the location of Mount Sinai. I hope you will find the posts helpful when you study this subject.
- Pharaoh’s chariot wheels and other things that won’t float – Examining the claims of the late Ron Wyatt here.
- Location of the Red Sea crossing and Mount Sinai here.
- Location of Mount Sinai here.
- Solomon’s Seaport at Ezion-geber here.
- Sharks at Sharm el-Sheikh in the Sinai here. Sharm el-Sheikh is at the Straits of Tiran.
- “Cracked Pot Archaeology” here.
- Pseudo Archaeologists here.
- Goshen and the Great Bitter Lake here.
- Another day in Goshen here.
Below are a couple of photos that show the changing scenery that one sees in the Sinai Peninsula.
Read some scholarly presentations on the subject. Such as these recent Bible atlases.
- Beitzel, Barry J. The New Moody Atlas of the Bible, 106-114.
- Currid, John D. and David P. Barrett. Crossway ESV Bible Atlas, 77-91.
- Rasmussen, Carl G. Zondervan Atlas of the Bible, 100-105.
Or books such as…
- Hoffmeier, James K. Israel in Egypt: The Evidence for the Authenticity of the Exodus Tradition, chs. 8-9.
The Associates for Biblical Research includes several articles about the Exodus at their website here.
I am hopeful you will browse through this material and remember to examine it more closely the next time you study Exodus.