Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Moses Didn’t Part The Red Sea--The Wind Did

In a futile attempt at disproving the Biblical account of Moses and the parting of the Red Sea, this story originates out of the uk Yahoo news. The more I read this silly story from Reuters about God’s servant Moses in the Biblical Exodus account of the deliverance of the Children of Israel from the evil pharoah of Egypt in the parting of the Red Sea, claiming Moses didn’t part the Red Sea, it was the wind that did,  by these foolish worldly scientists, the more ridiculous their analysis  appears

Saying that :

"The parting of the waters can be understood through fluid dynamics. The wind moves the water in a way that's in accordance with physical laws, creating a safe passage with water on two sides and then abruptly allowing the water to rush back in."
"What this study shows is that the description of the waters parting indeed has a basis in physical laws." More at above link.
Let’s see what Exodus has to say about the parting of the Red Sea that these  deceptive headlines  left out  from the story. Of course Moses didn't part the Red Sea; in that respect, Reuters got it right. But no where does the scripture say that Moses parted the Red Sea to begin with. The Scripture reads it was God himself who parted the Red Sea:

Exodus 14:21-22 King James Version

21And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided.
22And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea upon the dry ground: and the waters were a wall unto them on their right hand, and on their left.
Duh!! Do these so called scientists not know that God can easily work at his choosing within the laws of nature, outside of them or any physical law? After all, it was God who made these very laws. Just because a human being may have discovered the laws of nature, or physics, it was God who made these very laws and principles which control the earth and all that is in it.  I just love it when a scientist begins to discover something that was in the Bible for centuries.

But, this so called scientist forgot to realize that once the Children of Israel entered into the valley in between the Red Sea waters, "the strong east wind that the Lord caused all that night   that made the sea dry land" would have obviously been overhead for the most part, and been so strong that it would have blown all of the Children of Israel and livestock into the waters surrounding them,  and only a miracle by the hand of God himself gave the Children of Israel safe passage through the Red Sea, holding the wind and the water back, something that cannot be pushed aside and  ignored, which did not happen when Pharoah and his Egyptian  army  tried to pass through the same Red Sea chasing  after the Children of Israel, who all perished when the Red Sea swallowed them all.

 Something else this study completely ignored is how did the floor of the sea dry out so fast, enabling the Children of Israel, estimated at at two  million people plus livestock to walk across without sinking down in mud,  except by a supernatural intervention from God?  And why has not a similar occurrence as the parting of the Red Sea into dry land  not ever occurred again since the Biblical  account written by Moses in Exodus?

And finally, the scientist's analysis fails to address how did the wind know how long to keep the Red Sea parted to allow for the Children of Israel a safe passage through the sea,  but simply states "The wind moves the water in a way that's in accordance with physical laws, creating a safe passage with water on two sides and then abruptly allowing the water to rush back in."

There's a wealth of disinformation and deceptive propaganda being written in the state  controlled media today, especially when in concerns Bible believing  Christians who take God's word to mean what He says,  and Christianity and the Jews and Israel.  Reader beware and check everything out for yourself before you believe anything the media has to say when it concerns what is written in the Bible.  Never take the media's word for it.

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