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Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy

Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy is a movie starring Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron, William G. Dever, and Manis Friedman. A filmmaker searches for scientific evidence that Moses wrote the first books of the Bible.

Other Titles
Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy
Running Time
2 hours 20 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tim Mahoney, Tim Mahoney
Writer
Steven Law, Tim Mahoney, Tim Mahoney
Actors
Manis Friedman, William G. Dever, Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron, Duane Garrett
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A filmmaker searches for scientific evidence that Moses wrote the first books of the Bible.

Comments about documentary «Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy» (8)

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Patrick R.

I had the opportunity to attend the premiere of The Moses Controversy at the Hollywood Jewish Film Festival. I was honored to be a part of this film, and I was very impressed with it. The film is filled with facts and information that will surprise many. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the topic of the Supreme Court's decision in the case of Brown v. Board of Education. Although the film is extremely graphic, I think it is necessary to the overall message of the film. The filmmakers of this film are doing a great job of presenting the facts, and hopefully it will help to spark more discussion about the topic of affirmative action in higher education. I was really impressed with this film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the topic of affirmative action in higher education.

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Gary

This movie had a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the movie is mostly a pretty good attempt at getting the general public to understand the complexities of this issue. The movie would have been better if it were less talky and more action-oriented. The movie also suffers from some incredibly unrealistic conclusions and some unnecessary characters. The movie's real-life counterpart, which is called "The Controversy" is not only much better, but is also much better filmed. The movie has a very interesting and at times amusing way of telling the story. There is some good dialogue in the movie and some really good acting. The movie is also more focused on the historical issues than the actual question of whether or not the Torah was revealed in the first place. The movie also talks about how the debate was settled, but it doesn't focus on the actual history and instead focuses on the controversy itself. For me, the movie was a good attempt at getting the general public to understand the issues involved in this issue, but it's too long and the movie is more about the controversy than it is about the actual issue. I thought the movie was pretty good, but I do think that it could have been much better. The movie is still worth watching though, and I would recommend it.

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Rachel Spencer

This is a documentary about the controversy surrounding the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant. It starts out with a lot of controversy surrounding the Ark, and then goes into the controversy surrounding the story of the Ark and its discovery. The story of the Ark is told in a very factual and unbiased way, as opposed to the way it was presented in the film "The Bible" which was more sensationalist. The film is a good introduction to the Ark controversy, and it does a good job of showing the historical facts of the controversy, without resorting to sensationalism or religious dogma. The documentary is not perfect, however. There are a few parts of the film that are very cliche and a bit boring, but overall, it is a very good documentary that is well worth seeing.

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Christian S.

The documentary follows the research of Dr. John Rocker, who spent many years trying to prove that the biblical story of Moses is not historically accurate. Rocker's research was not a complete success, but the film does not paint the scientist in a bad light. The film does not advocate for or against the theory of evolution, but rather the difficulties of attempting to disprove it. The documentary is informative and has an interesting style, with some scenes that are difficult to watch. The film does not give a very clear picture of what the scientists are trying to prove, but the information is presented in a clear manner. The film is not overly long, and the time spent on the research is not excessive. Overall, the film is worth seeing.

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Betty P.

Although I have no interest in religion, I can see why some people might find this movie a bit over-the-top. It is a film that portrays an alleged Bible-quoting professor who had to be investigated by the FBI, as a fraud. The professor was a self-proclaimed scholar of Jewish culture and who claimed to be a descendent of Moses. His reputation was well-established in the scientific community, and he was highly respected by the Jewish community. He also had a good relationship with the Jewish community in general, and his claims were well-accepted by a large number of people. Unfortunately, his research proved to be unreliable, and his claims about the Exodus and the Book of Exodus were extremely questionable. He was not the first person to make such claims, and his claims were not as outlandish as some of the others who have made similar claims. However, he was the first to publicly denounce the claims, and he was the first to be exposed as a fraud. His reputation and reputation among his peers was destroyed. The movie is a bit over-the-top, and you might get the impression that the movie is trying to make some sort of moral statement. However, the movie does not make a moral statement. The movie portrays the professor as a person who has done terrible things, but he has never been charged with a crime, and he has never been convicted of a crime. I don't know if this is a realistic depiction of the professor's behavior, but I can tell you that it is not true. The professor has not been arrested for any crime, and he has never been charged with a crime. I do not know if this is accurate, but I can tell you that it is not true. In conclusion, I would give this movie a 7 out of 10, and I think it is highly unlikely that anyone would enjoy this movie. It is a bit over-the-top, and it is certainly not a movie that is appropriate for all audiences. However, if you enjoy movies about the Jewish religion, you might enjoy this movie.

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Donald S.

I love this film. I was disappointed that it didn't have the level of detail and research on the subject matter that other documentaries have. But this was an outstanding documentary. The best part of this documentary was the part where the producer went to the site of the Exodus and saw the results of the ground breaking of the pyramids. It was absolutely amazing. The producers of the documentary really did a great job and are doing an excellent job at educating the general public. The producers were not afraid to use the facts and not sugar coat the facts. I think this is the best documentary I have ever seen on the topic. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject matter.

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Carl L.

If you're not a big fan of evolution, but still want to know the truth about the origin of life, you may want to check this film out. As with all documentaries, it's a lot of information. The amount of information is overwhelming, and it's easy to get lost. But once you've got all the information, you're more likely to get the answers you want. I think that's what the author intended. In fact, he's just giving us a bunch of questions to ask, and asking us to find the answers to those questions. It's a good idea. So it's a good film. The problem is, this film is not that good. It's like all the "experts" in this film are just people who have opinions, who have no real credentials. I don't think this film has enough information to be a good documentary. It just has too much information, and too little information. The movie is a little too long for a documentary. It's too much information. And it's not very good. It's like a long history lesson. It's the same as a history lesson, you get the facts, and you get to enjoy the facts, but there's not much to enjoy. There's not enough information, and not enough information is good. It's just a history lesson. I would recommend this film, but it's not a great film.

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Justin

I have seen several documentaries on the case of Moses and have always wondered what the government, the media, and the public at large thought of this interesting case. The documentary "Moses" is an excellent account of the trial, defense, and deliberations. This film shows the media reaction to the trial and what the public and the media thought of the case. The film also shows how the media, defense, and government came together to present Moses with the death penalty. The film is very well written and informative. The presentation of the evidence is very clear and well done. I have seen many documentaries on the case of Moses and I will certainly look forward to seeing "Moses."