Do you really think Abraham and his crew trudged through the parched treeless landscape of the Negev and desert Egypt circa 1900 b.c. for decades as seemingly indicated in the Bible? With ruins of canaanite and egyptian cities now stranded in the deserts there, it really should be quite obvious that during so-called bronze age times, rainfall rates were much greater, where wadis were what the word actually means, streams, where today they flow only with the rare thunderstorms. And what of the “cradle of civilization” to the east in Mesopotamia?
The archaic city ruins of the sumerians, elamites, amorites, and assyrians, are now stranded in deserts more often than not, many times next to non-existent streams, as is the case still further to the east in the Great Indian Desert of northwest India and Pakistan, the artifacts of over eight hundred settlements with the ruins of structures of the Indus Valley civilization, it’s demise known at circa 1500 b.c, the time of the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt, the time of drastic climate change when too the sea level rose, it was the end of the ice age, so this all more in detail at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.