Atheists and the Dark Secrets of Egyptian History
Written By: From OffTheGridNews.com | Posted: Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
The Devastation of Egypt
The Exodus destroyed Egypt. Its cattle and crops were gone. The firstborn in every household was dead. The king and the heir to the throne were dead. The army and the chariots were at the bottom of the Red Sea. The nation's slave labor force, some 2 million men and women or so, had just left the country, and they had taken most of the nation's gold and jewels with them. Pestilence, fire, and thirst had taken an enormous toll. Egypt's gods had failed, and her people's worldview was shattered. Her confidence gone, Egypt was ripe for invasion.
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