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Moses: More Patterns, More Evidence


This weekend only,
there is a documentary film in theaters nationwide
that all Christians should see.


[Jesus, to the Jews who were persecuting Him:]
Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father. Your accuser is Moses, on whom you have set your hope. For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me, because he wrote about Me. But if you don’t believe his writings, how will you believe My words?
JOHN 5:45–47 (HCSB)

Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy

The words and teachings of Jesus the Christ — indeed, His claim to be the Son of God and our Messiah — stand or fall on whether Moses wrote the words of the Torah. Jesus plainly said, “he [Moses] wrote about me.” And if we cannot believe in the truth of the writings of Moses, how can we believe (or believe in) Messiah?

The film Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy is showing Thursday and Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoon (March 14, 16, 19). It tackles the issue, hotly denied by many scholars, of whether it was even possible for Moses to have written the first five books of the Bible.

Both my wife Adrianne and I, and all with whom we have shared the first film in this series (Patterns of Evidence: Exodus), found it to be an amazing, absorbing, uplifting, intelligent, faith-affirming document. We fully expect this new sequel to be the same.

Watch the two-minute documentary below, then click here to visit the film’s website to find where it is playing in your area.





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