But the Israelites went through the sea on dry ground, with a wall of water on their right and on their left. (Exodus 14:29)

Here is a biblical description of an historical event that does not allow for any easy figurative interpretation. Skeptics and liberal theologians always try to take Scripture figuratively whenever a supernatural event is described.

Christians who accept these naturalistic explanations often do not realize how inconsistent their beliefs are when they say they believe in God, but then restrict their God only to capabilities that have been defined by atheistic philosophies.

Either there were walls of water on either side or not. Either the ground was dry or not. I find it is easier to choose to believe that the history described in the Bible is true from the very first to the very last verse.

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