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Scot Kinnaman said in August 11th, 2010 at 12:49 pm

Mr. Tabatt.
Thank you for your thoughtful review of The Real Story of the Exodus. I would like to make one correction. The identification of the Red Sea on the map is correct. I would refer you to your Bible Atlas to see that the Red Sea (now often referred to as the Gulf of Suez) is on the western shore of the Sinai peninsula between Sinai and Egypt. The Dead Sea (also known as the Salt Sea) is located farther north and east between the Biblical lands of Judah and Moab in Palestine. Thank you for the opportunity to make this correction.
-Scot Kinnaman, Senior Editor
Concordia Publishing House

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Shaun Tabatt said in August 11th, 2010 at 3:12 pm

Greetings Scot,

Thanks so much for stopping by Bible Geek Gone Wild and taking a look at my review of Dr. Maier’s The Real Story of the Exodus. It’s always nice to interact with authors and publishers on reviews. My apologies for not including a picture of the concern noted in my review. Please see my follow up post here: LINK