Review: Patterns of Evidence

Because the FTC has nothing better to do than make life difficult for us bloggers, I’m required to disclose the following at the beginning of this post: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation, and the opinions expressed, whether positive or negative are completely my own. Personally, I’m waiting for sponsorship disclaimers from all of the politicians in DC, but I’ll probably be waiting a long time…

I actually wanted to be an archaeologist when I was in grade school! That didn’t exactly work out, but I still love to study history and archaeology. I’m always on the lookout for a good history documentary, so I was anxious to review Patterns of Evidence: Exodus. It started out because the filmmaker, Timothy Mahoney, had questions. He interviewed people from a variety of disciplines and points of view to produce this documentary. Take a look at what I have to say in my video review:

You can purchase copies of the Patterns of Evidence: Exodus DVD, the accompanying book, or the homeschool curriculum that I mentioned on their website. If you aren’t the giveaway winner, you can still use the coupon code MK1 on their website to receive a $3 discount on the purchase of the DVD!

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3 Replies to “Review: Patterns of Evidence”

  1. Well done, Teish. Blessings on you and your family.
    From a very proud former pastor,

  2. Thank you for your great review of our film Teish. We appreciate it and glad you enjoyed it- along with some of your readers too hopefully! Excited to hear you purchased the homeschool curriculum now to do with your kids. We’d love any feedback as you do that this year.
    We wanted to let you know about our ‘Thinker Updates’ since you are a history & archaeology enthusiast. They include fascinating research & finds with new evidence related to the Bible, plus more. We typically send them out once a week and then archive the blogs for reference & pleasure reading. You can sign up here to become a ‘Thinker’

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