Many critics claim there is no evidence of large slave populations in Egypt, or bones of Israelites in the desert near Sinai, from the necessary time periods.As usual, those claims have no basis in fact, and there is substantial archaeological evidence which fits nicely with the Biblical narrative.
So what, in effect, we’ve got, is the dating for the eruption of Santorini has been pushed back to, say 1628, while the dating for the exodus has been pushed down to 1250. Cline is professor of classics and anthropology and the current director of the George Washintgon University Archaeological Institute.I would say, no; I mean first of all, they’re not linked chronologically, that we know for sure because—or at least, we think we know for sure.As an archaeologist I have to put a caveat with everything. In the last twenty years or so, it’s been re-dated using radiocarbon dating and ice-core dates to 1628, give or take. If we look at what’s going on in the biblical world at that time, we’ve got the Canaanites, okay fine, but you’ve got Thutmose III on the throne of Egypt.For a synopsis on how God's Accounting System works in BIBLE, click here for brainout #6a.So you might want to read that first before reading this page. God Accounts the 1440BC date all the way back to Adam under His Accounting System, for God treats time like a balance sheet, principle of Dan-26; and, He tracks all the way forward to the present day with the same 490-year (non-intercalated) or 560-year (intercalated) benchmarks.