If you don't believe the Exodus story of the Red Sea crossing, you are in for a Rood Awakening!
That's what Hebrew roots teacher Michael Rood offers in an on-location teaching that includes underwater video recordings of what looks like Egyptian chariot wheels and other debris from the biblical miracle.
Atheists have scoffed at the mention of it, modern religionists have denied its veracity, and papal pundits refuse to admit that Constantine's mother selected the wrong sites for the Red Sea Crossing and the REAL Mount Sinai – ground zero for the two most famous events in recorded history. Now, you will see the scientific and archaeological evidence that has been preserved in coral and stone for this generation.
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Journey with Michael Rood and an international team of scientists and explorers as they document the most exciting archaeological finds in the history of the human race. You will sail the ancient “Yam Suph” (modern day “Gulf of Aqaba” aka the “Red Sea”) where hundreds of Egyptian chariots have been strewn across the sea floor. Robotic submarine cameras will lead you through an underwater battlefield where the coral encrusted remains of Pharaoh’s army still litter the ocean floor like an ancient chariot junkyard. This will be the beginning of the greatest adventure of your life. You will never be the same after experiencing the Red Sea Crossing!
But that's not all that's new in the WND Superstore this week:
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- Michael Hyatt's "Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World": What a great idea for a book! Michael Hyatt, one of the top business bloggers in the world, provides down-to-earth guidance for building and expanding a powerful platform. To be successful in the market today, you must possess two strategic assets: a compelling product and a meaningful platform. In this step-by-step guide, Hyatt, former CEO and current chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, takes readers behind the scenes, into the new world of social media success. He shows you what best-selling authors, public speakers, entrepreneurs, musicians, and other creatives are doing differently to win customers in today's crowded marketplace. Hyatt speaks from experience. He writes one of the top 800 blogs in the world and has more than 100,000 followers on Twitter. His large and growing platform serves as the foundation for his successful writing, speaking, and consulting practice. In "Platform," Hyatt will teach readers not only how to extend their influence, but also how to monetize it and build a sustainable career. The key? By building a platform. It has never been easier, less expensive, or more possible than right now.
- "The Searchers: A Quest for Faith in the Valley of Doubt" by Joseph Loconte: Never before had they known such hope. In a world drenched in violence and oppression, here was a man armed with a message of peace and freedom. Into lives nearly overwhelmed by grief and sorrow, he brought compassion and healing and the deepest joy. To people who felt like outcasts and aliens, he showed the way home. And then, in one devastating night, all their hopes collapsed. This is where our story begins – in the valley of despair. It is a tale of two friends, a stranger, and a search for truth in a world gone mad with doubt. Historian Joseph Loconte unlocks the meaning of their exchange, set in the chaotic days following the execution of Jesus of Nazareth. Drawing from literature, film, philosophy, history, and politics, Loconte shows how this biblical drama is an integral part of our own story. Sooner or later, we will find ourselves among the searchers.
- R. Emmett Tyrell Jr.'s "The Death of Liberalism": An insider's investigation of the decline and impending death of the American Liberal movement in the United States today. As a political movement, Liberalism is dead. Its acolytes do not have the numbers. They do not have the policies. After the 2008 election, the Democrats showed their true colors. Faced with an entitlement crisis, they actually rang up additional trillion dollar deficits. We now face the entitlement crisis and a budget crisis, and the Liberals have no answer for them beyond tax and spend. They still have support in the media, but even here they are faced with opposition from Fox News, talk radio, and the Internet. Since its larval days in the 1950s, Conservatism has been on the rise, and its adherents have become far more numerous than those of Liberalism. Why? The vast majority of Americans favor free enterprise and personal liberty. R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., founder of The American Spectator, is intimately familiar with the ideology and personalities of these warring factions in the United States from the inside. In "The Death of Liberalism," he analyzes who's right and what went wrong. And, in the process, he outlines the conservative agenda for the "next ascendancy."