Garo Nalbandian

Towering columns—covered with decorations and hieroglyphic inscriptions—dwarf visitors to the temple of Amon at Karnak, in Egypt. In the debate over the historical accuracy of the Bible’s Exodus account, Egyptian epigraphic evidence has been overlooked, says author Charles R. Krahmalkov, who notes in the accompanying article that geographic lists from Egyptian temples—including two on the walls at Karnak—mesh remarkably well with the Exodus itinerary recorded in the Bible.