Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy Coming to Theaters

by Ken Ham on February 5, 2019
Featured in Ken Ham Blog

Did Moses really write the first five books of the Bible (known as the Pentateuch or the Torah)? Did he even have the ability to write or the Israelites the ability to read? Most mainstream scholars would answer no to these questions—an answer in direct opposition to the testimony of Scripture (Exodus 17:14, Numbers 33:2, John 5:46). If Moses didn’t write the Pentateuch, this calls into question the truth of Scripture and of the exodus from Egypt. Get answers that powerfully affirm the truth of God’s Word in a brand-new film coming to US theaters March 14, 16, and 19: Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy.

This film interviews scholars from around the world and looks at ancient artifacts, as filmmaker Tim Mahoney wrestles with the question, “Did Moses even have the ability to be the author of the Torah?” In 2015 we promoted Tim Mahoney’s film Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus because it was incredible and compelling (it’s available on our store). And we’re excited to be able to promote this second, equally powerful film.

Be prepared to explore questions surrounding the authorship of the Pentateuch, the invention of the alphabet, the early Hebrew language, and more in this brand-new documentary. I strongly encourage you to see this film in theaters and take others with you. It’s fascinating, encouraging, and faith-building. Find a theater showing Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy near you at Take your family and friends. Consider putting a group together from your church. Take young people—they need to know about this information.

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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.

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