Was it in the Gulf of Akaba / Eilat or the Gulf of Suez? It is entitled , by two SDA researchers, Russell and Colin Standish. This book is a careful, meticulous, in-depth study of Ron Wyatt’s claims.I believe that this paper, along with the article, will conclusively demonstrated that there is no credible historical, geographical, archaeological or Biblical evidence to support the thesis that Mt. These researchers “speak the truth in love” but state that Ron Wyatt has not been truthful in his claims.During the course of writing the first article, other proponents of Jebel al-Lawz requested that I not mention Ron Wyatt.
They feared that mentioning them in the same paragraph as Wyatt would result in “guilt by association”!
I pointed out to them that when publishing research results one must begin with a discussion of the history of research and include a review of the literature on the subject. Both sets of proponents of this view used the same archaeological evidence to prove their points.
The only difference between the views is their proposed route from Egypt to the Red Sea and the placing of the Red Sea crossing.
Ron Wyatt went to Jebel al-Lawz in Saudi Arabia with his two sons in 1984.
This paper examines three aspects of the identification of Mt. First, the paper questions the credibility of the claims.
Second, the paper disputes the false assumptions by the proponents of Jebel al-Lawz.Third, the paper examines the archaeological evidence...Continue reading The last ten years has witnessed the proliferation of books, videos, websites and television programs that have proposed a new site for Mt. They also told about underwater searches for Pharaoh’s chariots and weapons from the Egyptian army.Third, the paper examines the archaeological evidence.This paper discusses the first two aspects briefly because they have already been dealt with in the Fall 2000 issue of (Franz 201-113).The paper discusses the third aspect, the archaeological evidence, in more detail. Whatever one may think of Ron Wyatt’s “discoveries,” he should be given full credit for this discovery.