It's considered one of the biggest miracle spectacles of the Bible, and yet archaeologists have strongly disagreed as to whether it actually happened. The parting of the Red Sea in the Old Testament allowed the Israelite's to flee a pursuing Egyptian army and escape to freedom while Pharaoh's soldiers drowned. It's the stuff of blockbuster movies like Cecil B. Demille's "The Ten Commandments." Documentary filmmaker Tim Mahoney took 20 years investigating the biblical story. The two-part documentary will have a one-time showing as a Fathom Events selected theaters on February 18th and May 5th. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Mahoney talks about his film, "The Red Sea Miracle", and his interviews with archaeologists and scientists on both sides of the debates, to bring both the Hebrew and Egyptian perspectives on the Red Sea parting, to uncover a range of evidence concerning the event described in Exodus 14. The Israelite's freedom comes after what is now commemorated as Passover. It's the last and final plague that God sends, the death of every first born. Only the blood of a lamb over the door posts saves them from death.