Yeah, this is an interesting story. There is some evidence that something happened that became the Exodus myth. For example, Moses is an Egyptian name. Why would the Hebrews name one of their greatest prophets after Egyptians? Unless they had to explain some event in their history in which Egypt played a huge role they would not need to do that.<quoted text>As of now, the archeological digs are turning up nothing from the claimed exodus. Experts say evidence should be abundant due to the massive numbers claimed in the exodus, but for some strange reason, none can be found.
It is as if the whole story, or at least most of the story was fabricated.
No evidence of the claimed mass slavery of these people have been found either.
No evidence of the claimed overthrow of Israel by these people either.
Evidence shows that Judaism slowly came to the claimed land.
There are some other clues based on the text that suggest the story has some basis in reality.
But the story as told in the Bible is clearly not true. It is a fantasy. A myth written later to explain some remembered historical events and paint the Hebrews in a positive light. As usual.
But clearly there is not a shred of evidence that anything happened in reality that Exodus describes. No rational scholars think Exodus is literally true.
Unfortunately the world is full of irrational people who claim to be scholars. They are out there digging in the sand looking for ghosts and have been for a century or more.