Many mainstream scholars claim Moses didn’t write the first five books of the Bible—they claim he and the Israelites probably couldn’t even read or write. But is this an honest or a biased conclusion from the evidence because of their views about Scripture? Get answers to these questions in a brand-new documentary, Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy, coming to movie theaters across the US on March 14, 16, and 19.
“Did Moses even have the ability to write the Pentateuch?”
Filmmaker Tim Mahoney talks to experts and examines the evidence from around the world as he seeks to answer this burning question: “Did Moses even have the ability to write the Pentateuch?” You’ll dive into questions surrounding the authorship of the first five biblical books, the invention of the alphabet, the early Hebrew language, and more in this compelling documentary. I encourage you to take your family and friends to see this Bible-affirming film.
This film is the second documentary by Tim Mahoney in the Patterns of Evidence series. The first documentary focused on the Exodus; it was excellent. If you’d like to see Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus before you head to the theaters to see Mahoney’s second installment (not necessary, but the background information is helpful), I encourage you to order this exciting documentary from our online store.
Find a theater playing Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy near you at PatternsofEvidence.com. It’s thrilling that we can once again recommend another movie coming to theaters across America.
By the way, I believe Adam could write! After all: “This is the book of the generations of Adam.” (Genesis 5:1).
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.