The Exodus Route considering all Biblical Information, Part 2
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All biblical information, geographic information mostly with Google Earth Pro and some archaeological evidence were investigated to determine the exodus routes of Israel as accurately as possible. The plural “routes” is sometime used because of the distinctive phases of the 40-year journey. Some archaeological evidence points to the Red Sea crossing in the Gulf of Aqaba and the mountain of Horeb or Sinai to be in Saudi Arabia, which are not only consistent with biblical information but is strongly suggested by the Bible. Comparing the exodus route information in different books in the Bible and with some identified Google Earth Pro locations also indicates the disobedience of Israel in the last year before entering Canaan by wanting to go their own route, but God forced them by calamities to ask for rescue and to turn around and travel along the border between Edom and Moab eventually to the east of the Jordan river. This is Part 2 of the article.