Indirect evidence

TRANSPONDER wrote: Tue Feb 22, 2022 9:36 am No. Archaeology has no real evidence to support the Exodus -story and quite a bit that throws doubt on it.

Yes, it will be challenging to provide empirical evidence to support any of the claims surrounding the Exodus, esp since there are professionals in the field that say there is absolutely no evidence for it.

I might not be able to produce any direct evidence, but there is indirect evidence that fits and supports the Biblical narrative to make the story plausible. I grant there are some aspects of the Biblical narrative to be incorrect, but I believe the major claims would be correct – Israelites living in Egypt, Joseph having a high position in Egypt, Israelites becoming slaves, a series of calamities affecting the Egyptians, Israelites leaving Egypt and then going into Canaan.