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In the study of Sacred Scripture some people believe that the Exodus of Israel from Egypt is myth and other people believe the Exodus of Israel from Egypt is a historic event. An error of 450 years could potentially place Israel entry into Egypt as far back as approximately 2328 BC (968BC + 480 years + 430 years + 450 years equals 2328 BC).

1 Kings 6 New International Version (NIV). Solomon Builds the Temple. Try it for 30 days FREE. 6 In the four hundred and eightieth year after the Israelites came out of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Ziv, the second month, he began to build the temple of the Lord.

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1 In the first paragraph, the writer is A giving reasons why an accepted truth is so widely believed. B exposing the weaknesses in a commonly held assumption. C providing examples in support of her personal viewpoint. C demonstrate why a popular folk theory is misguided. D clarify a point of view which she only partially agrees with. 6 In the final paragraph, the writer is encouraging us to A guard against complacency in our attitudes to life. B be prepared for both good times and hardships in life. C strive to improve both our own lives and those of others.

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In the study of Sacred Scripture some people believe that the Exodus of Israel from Egypt is myth and other people believe the Exodus of Israel from Egypt is a historic event. For people that hold the position that the Exodus of Israel is a historic event the Sacred Scripture timeline is as follows. Using 968 BC (Saint Joseph Edition of the New American Bible, p.329, note 6,1) as the fourth year of Solomon's reign the Exodus event would have occurred approximately 1448 BC (968 BC + 480 years equals 1448 BC). According to Exodus 12: 40-42 Israel spent 430 years in Egypt therefore Israel entry into Egypt is approximately 1878 BC (968 BC + 480 years + 430 years equals 1878 BC). Overall from a Sacred Scripture perspective Israel time in Egypt is from approximately 1878 BC to approximately 1448 BC. The author of this book using graphical analysis of Sacred Scripture text, human reasoning, and numerical analysis suggests that 1Kings 6:1 is in error by approximately 170 to 450 years. An error of 450 years could potentially place Israel entry into Egypt as far back as approximately 2328 BC (968BC + 480 years + 430 years + 450 years equals 2328 BC). For people that hold to the position that the Exodus of Israel from Egypt is a historic event 1Kings 6:1 error potentially opens a greater period of Egyptian history to their argument: The Old Kingdom; 2686 - 2181 BC1; p.31The First Intermediate Period; 2181 - 2040 BC1; p.69The Middle Kingdom; 2040 - 1782 BC1; p.69The Second Intermediate Period; 1782 - 1570 BC1; p.69The New Kingdom; 1570 - 1070 BC1; p.991Chronicle of the Pharaohs, Peter A. Clayton, Thames & Hudson, ISBN 0-500-28628-0