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Unformatted text preview: great deal about similarly cataclysmic events. A single trace of manna or an artifact found in Canaan (a region covering modern-day Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip), would have established some worth for me. Yet since no such proof exists of either the migration or any of the plagues or of the sea parting, I find it difficult for me to relate any of the material read as being pertinent to my understanding of morality or religion, which many will agree is the main reason for ones reading of the Bible. And as an aside, I find it a bit unearthing that throughout the journey, the Israelites find no solace in Moses leading them from the Egyptians, but rather they continuously blame him for the lack of food and comfort, which makes one wonder why God would save a people that have no appreciation for being saved....
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- Spring '07