Posted by: biblestudyseattle | May 20, 2014

King Tut

According to the hypothesis of Dr. Lennart Moller, king Tut was the firstborn son and heir to the throne that died in the plague of the firstborn, Nisan 15, 1615BC. He was 18, and his father Amenhotep III died chasing the Israelites into the Red Sea (Gulf of Aqaba). King Tut’s grave was very elaborate (It was intended for his father) and protected such that it was undisturbed until discovery in 1922. The date for the Exodus is commonly given as 1446BC, partly because of 1 Kings 6:1. The actual time between the Exodus and the start of Solomon’s temple was 598 years (1615BC to 1017BC). 1 Kings 6:1 evidently excludes years when the Israelites were in rebellion to God (117+ years). There a few other periods not counted with the 1446BC date. If this theory is true, then King Tut is a reminder of God’s wrath, and yet nobody today realizes this!


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