Originally Posted by SkinWalker
Yes. Clearly flawed and full of bad advice.
You need to realize that men wrote the bible, and things could have been distorted... Though as Tommycat said, the New Testament overwrites stuff from the old Testament.
Explain the Biblical Exodus in a way that doesn't sound like a series of events that would fundamentally be statistically impossible to occur.
As far as there being no records in Egypt of it, that is actually rather easy to explain because they tended to destroy all records of something that was bad and then they pretended that it never happened. So don't try the there is no records argument, because that isn't going to fly.