One hardcover book and three DVDs by Douglas Petrovich.
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This collection includes one book and 3 DVDs by Douglas Petrovich. You will receive:
Origin of the Hebrews (Hardcover Book) An enormous amount of research and the synthesization of historical events and archaeological artifacts has led the author to verify Israelite residence in Egypt from 1876–1446 BC. This research is connected to the unexpected discovery of interconnecting archaeological, epigraphical, and iconographical evidence that attests to the presence of Israelites in Egypt over virtually the entire 430 years. By the sheer volume of verifiable evidence of complementary historical data―when comparing the biblical text and the artifactual and epigraphical record―the author attempts to demonstrate convincingly to objective readers that the biblical story of the Egyptian origins of the Israelite ‘nation’ is reliable as a factual account. Never again will students of the Bible have to listen to uninformed university professors denounce the story of Israelites in Egypt without a ready defense for its validity.
Is Genesis History? (DVD) Follow Dr. Del Tackett and over a dozen scientists (including Dr. Douglas Petrovich) as they explore the science behind the history recorded in Genesis. From rock layers to fossils, from lions to stars, from the Bible to artifacts, this eye-opening film will transform the way you see the world.
Beyond is Genesis History? (DVD) Bible & Stars explores the fascinating fields of Archeology, Astronomy, Biblical Studies, Culture, and Theology. Learn much more about the stars, the moon, the tower of Babel, the Hebrew text, and the history of interpretation of Genesis in these new videos featuring scientists from the documentary.
Hebrew The World’s Oldest Alphabet (DVD) For close to 150 years, scholars have attempted to identify the language of the world’s oldest alphabetic script and to translate the inscriptions that use it, which were found in Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula and date from 1842 to 1446 BC. Until now, scholars have accomplished little more than identifying most of the pictographic letters and translating a few of the Semitic words. In The World’s Oldest Alphabet, however, Douglas Petrovich presents a thorough, detailed defense of his bold new claims concerning these writings. Petrovich claims to have resolved all of the disputed letters and to have identified the language as Hebrew, which allowed him to translate all of the inscriptions. Furthermore, he argues that they explicitly name three biblical figures and greatly illuminate the earliest Israelite history in a way that nothing else has, apart from the Bible.