Index: Route of the Exodus and the Location of Mount Sinai

This post will be linked to our Indexes (Indices) page that you see listed above our header photo. These articles are fairly easy to locate through use of the Search box, but I receive questions about the subject several times a year.

If you locate another one of our posts that should be on this page please let us know in a comment. We will not add links from other sources here.

An area along the Suez Canal (Red Sea = Sea of Reeds). Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

An area along the Suez Canal (Red Sea = Sea of Reeds). Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

The Monastery of St. Catherine at the foot of Jebel Musa, the traditional Mount Sinai. Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

The Monastery of St. Catherine at the foot of Jebel Musa, the traditional Mount Sinai. Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

4 responses to “Index: Route of the Exodus and the Location of Mount Sinai

  1. Scott, I would not go into the Sinai without Egyptian guide and driver with me. Before even doing that I would check with a reliable tour operator in Egypt. Going to Timnah is not difficult. A car rented in Israel may be driven there and the road is decent either through the Arabah or the Negev. Ferrell

  2. sapowell63

    Hello Mr. Jenkins,Thank you for this post. I have always wanted to go to the traditional site as well as Timnah to see the Tabernacle replica. I have been hesitant in past travels to Israel to go here because of reports of incidents in the Sinai peninsula. Is it safe to travel here by car or would I need to hire a guide for safety reasons. I would appreciate your recommendation as this is one of my bucket list sites to see.Thank you for your posts, I really enjoy your perspective and information to help understand this land even more.In Him,Scott Powell

  3. Very good index. Should be useful in a study of the Exodus.

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