There's no evidence at all for Moses or for the Exodus, which they say is a historical impossibility. They go into detail about really common sense points. First of all, the Egyptian Empire does not stop at the Red Sea. There were Egyptian fortified outposts all up and down the Negev, particularly along the coastline but inland as well. Second, there are no archaeological remains in the spot where the Israelites are supposed to have camped for some 30 of the 40 years wandering in the desert. There are no references to a sizable group of people in any of the other records of the period. There's no archaeological evidence for the supposed conquest of Canaan--apparently Jericho didn't have walls at the time! And so on.
I'm not a biblical scholar, so all I can do is report what these guys say, but as far as I can tell it's a really thorough analysis of the evidence in contrast to the biblical account.
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