Two explorers take an incredible expedition into the blistering Arabian Desert and turn up what many scholars believe to be one of the greatest discoveries in history... The real Mt. Sinai, the holy mountain on which Moses received the Ten Commandments.
This large Mt. Sinai Expedition Map documents the routing and significant discoveries at their various locations from the Mt. Sinai Expedition.
Two explorers take an incredible expedition into the blistering Arabian Desert and turn up what many scholars believe to be one of the greatest discoveries in history. This audio adventure includes an interview with Bob Cornuke who tells about the expedition that has gathered world wide attention. This interview covers aspects of the search not covered in the DVD.
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The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai clips are online! Watch actual footage from
Explorers risking danger...
Crawling into forbidden military installations...
Using night vision goggles...
And you'll hear about the dramatic and startling discoveries they uncovered
when they reached their destination. This 60-minute audio special tells in dramatic
detail the incredible expedition to find Mt. Sinai.
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Acclaimed Welsh-born actor John Rhys-Davies is probably best known
to film audiences for his roles in the blockbuster hits "Lord of
the Rings" series, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "Indiana
Jones and the Last Crusade." He has also had leading roles in "Coronado",
"Victor, Victoria," "The Living Daylights," and "King
Rhys-Davies, who was raised in England, Africa and Wales, credits his
early exposure to classic literature for his decision to pursue acting
and writing. He later refined his craft at London's renowned Royal Academy
of Dramatic Arts.
Excerpts from Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt
"Jewish Pilgrimage and Jewish Identity"
Edited by David Frankfurter
Authored By Dr. Allen Kerkeslager
Brill, Leiden, Boston, Koln; 1998
"Exodus traditions played a central role in Jewish identity in the Greco-Roman
period. The mythology of national origins, the distinctive outlines of Jewish
ritual and legal practice, and the Jewish liturgy read in the synagogues were
all based directly upon the exodus traditions. Jerusalem appropriated the
ritual potential of these traditions through the yearly pilgrimage festivals
celebrated in the temple. Read
"What could possibly upstage the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Maybe the news that Mt. Sinai, site of the most powerful encounters ever
recorded between man and His maker, has been found in Saudi Arabia by
Robert Cornuke and Larry Williams."
Ian Reed, Reuters News Agency
"Your explorations are facinating. Your story is remarkable!
National Geographic Television
"It was the most powerful thing I've ever seen!"
Coach Bill McCartney, Founder, Promise Keepers
"This is a masterpiece of research and significance... A great piece
of work and one of the most remarkable things that has happened of recent
Pastor Jack Hayford
For centuries now, Bible scholars have been puzzled as to where the real
Mount Sinai is located. Most people are unaware of the fact that not one shred
of evidence has been discovered to prove that what is called "Mount Sinai"
in the Sinai Peninsula is indeed the famed mountain of Exodus. Several proposed
sites for the real Mount Sinai have been suggested by biblical scholars, but
there is no archaeological evidence to support any of the claims. In fact,
the only reason at all that a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula is called "Mount
Sinai" is because around 500 A.D., a fortuneteller guessed this to be
its location. Tradition is the only evidence that exists. Read
By the late afternoon light of a Saudi sun, Bob Cornuke could barely make
out the cinder block walls stained with the sweat of previous prisoners. He
had only a scrap of rug to separate him from the dirt floor of this makeshift
cell, and he had never felt more alone in his entire life. Just hours ago,
he and a friend were, literally, on top of the world-adventurers fresh from
a startling discovery that would rock the foundations of biblical archaeology.
Now he was a captive of Saudi Arabia's Frontier Forces, swaggering Bedouins
with goatees, dark faces, and billowing robes. He was never more convinced
of his mortality, and that his destiny now consisted of a few final breaths
and an unmarked grave of sand. Read