Manasseh And Ephraim Made First Alphabet Says Ph.d. — Douglas Petrovich, who has a Ph.d from the University of Toronto in Syro-Palestinian archaeology and is the author of The World’s Oldest Alphabet, had a fascinating interview, May 27, with Eric Metaxas concerning his discoveries.
The secular consensus is that the oldest alphabet is Semitic. Petrovich says, however, that the Hebrew was the language that used it first rather than Phoenician which is the traditional title holder.
Petrovich also says he has demonstrated conclusively that the Israelites sojourned in Egypt as described in Genesis which is something secularists insist never happened
Watch the interview at this link.
Manasseh And Ephraim Made First Alphabet Says Ph.d.