Finding the Mountain of Moses

Finding the Mountain of Moses
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  • Reply May 31, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    this is a good one for you Philip Williams

  • Reply May 31, 2019

    Philip Williams

    OK, why do these people not credit their sources!

    https://youtu.be/9ubKUip6pz0

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Ron Wyatt in my opinion was a humble, faithful follower of Yeshua Hamashiach, guided by the holy spirit…. Ron Wyatt discovered SO much (Red Sea Crossing, The Ark of the Convent (still kept secret for security reasons), Noah’s Ark) and unfortunately many highly educated people (mostly people looking for personal fame and fortune), resent and are jealous

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day believe me, I am certainly not jealous of the late Ron Wyatt, and I want to credit him with bringing attention to the powerful evidence for confirming F. M. Cross’s identification of Mount Sinai as being in the land of Midian located in present day Saudi Arabia.

      My guess is that this pious Seventh Day Adventist learned of this identification from a SDA publication, an article written by someone like Siegfried Horn. I also work with the SDA archaeologists, notable for the work that they have done in places like Heshbon in Jordan.

      Wyatt believed that the astronaut Jim Irwin helped to free him from his arrest due to breaking the laws of Saudi Arabia. Perhaps so, but he should not have broken their laws. That’s not a good witness. I understand why he was afraid to go back there. So, other more adventuresome types like Larry Williams and Bob Cornuke (in your video) exploited this without giving him credit.

      Cornuke told me that he caught Wyatt fabricating chariot wheels. I don’t know who is telling the truth here, but if Wyatt was afraid to return to Saudi Arabia perhaps he did. One of the problems people had with Wyatt was that he never produced any evidence for his claims that might be submitted for scientific examination by independent experts.

      Wyatt could weep and cry as he was telling his visions of things he saw like the Ark of the Covenant. I have spoken with some of the people involved with his claims about Jeremaiah’s grotto who vouched that he never did enter into that cave as he claimed. The IAA deny that they ever gave him permission.

      I think that Ron Wyatt was probably grieving over not being able to show what he had seen in Sinai. But that gave him the sense that he was another one of God’s anointed witnesses like Ellen G. White, who also made scientific discoveries through dreams and visions.

      Jim Irwin, who was injured searching for the Ark on Mount Ararat, soon grew tired of Wyatt’ nonsense such as promoting that Durinapar site in Turkey, whose formation can be documented to an earthquake and rainstorm in 1948. I suppose that none of you have seen what I have seen, similar formations if not in the same giant oval just up the road from there. Astonishing that folks would be more interested in that mudhole than the big ship I visited on Mount Ararat.

      Unlike Ron Wyatt and all the other would be Indiana Jones, my dear brother Parasut has always invited scientific investigation. An archaeological expedition with the first ever archaeological license ever granted for excavation on Mount Ararat is soon to take place by a world class team of completely independent archaeologists and scientists.

      But if you prefer unconfirmed SDA visions and dreams to hard-nose science confirming the biblical account of Noah’s Ark, you certainly have the freedom to do so. We do know that the empty tomb confirmed Jesus’s resurrection. That was a fact, not a vision as claimed by liberals and Jehovah Witnesses.

  • Reply May 31, 2019

    Philip Williams

    The late F.M. Cross, the Harvard Professor who took over W.F.. Albright’s work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, was the first to suggest that Mount Sinai was in Arabia, specifically in the land of the Midianites.

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      how would they confirm it was Moses when the BIBLE Does not say anything about it?

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day the Bible puts it in the land of Midian, also in Arabia.

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Not so entirely true. According to the final chapter of the Book of Deuteronomy, Moses ascended Mount Nebo to view the Land of Canaan, which God had said he would not enter; he died in Moab. According to Christian tradition, Moses was buried on the mountain, although his place of burial is not really specified in Deuteronomy 34:6

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day Very true. What has that to do with the location of Mount Sinai?

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      OP is about the mountain of Moses

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day Did you watch the video? They are referring to Mount Sinai where Mosaic Covenant was established.

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      yes – I was asking you where about he landed

    • Reply June 1, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day he’s in southwestern Saudi Arabia, the biblical land of Midian.

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      you are all over the place with Moses 🙂

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day cause you are like those stiff-necked Israelites who God caused Moses to lead all over the place.

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      do you even know why God told Moses to build an ark?

    • Reply June 2, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day Yes, I do. The Ark was to preserve the testimony of what God had done. This is now done via the Scriptures entrusted to his holy people. The Scriptures replaced the Ark of the Covenant during the captivity, though the Levitical priesthood maintained responsibility for the Scriptures until Christ established his church. In any case, there was no Ark of the Covenant in the Second Temple or in Ezekiel’s Temple.

      There are these wacky-molly Jewish cults who believe that the miraculous powers, which they lack, depend on finding the Ark of the Covenant. That’s the way the unbelieving Jews explained the fact that they can do no miracles. Of course, neither Jesus nor the Apostles required their magic stones.

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