Inconsistencies - Part Three - An examination of the inconsistent
references to Egyptian
livestock after the Exodus writer had said that "all the livestock of
Egypt" had died in
the plague of murrain.
Inconsistencies - Part Four - An examination of more discrepancies
that resulted from
obvious exaggerations in the plague accounts.
What About the Meal
Offerings? - The meal offering requirements are
examined to show the improbability that enough grain could have been
found in the Sinai region to practice these sacrifices.
Where Did They Get the Wood? -
The burnt-offering requirements are
examined to show the improbability that enough wood would have been
available in the Sinai region to offer the sacrifices commanded and to
keep the fire on the altar burning perpetually.
Yahweh's Quails - Logistical
impossibilities are examined in the story
of the quails that Yahweh sent to the Hebrew camp.