Jenkins summarizes his argument in ten points that I'll post below.
Neal Rappleye responds with a piece titled "The Goose and the Gander," in which he argues that Jenkins doesn't apply his "rule of one" to the Exodus. That is, there is no evidence of the biblical story. It's an excellent point and I'm curious how Jenkins would respond.
Here's how Rappleye puts it:
“Can anyone cite any single credible fact, object, site, or inscription from [Egypt or Sinai] that supports any one story found in the [books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, or Numbers]? One sherd of pottery? One tool of bronze or iron? One carved stone? One piece of genetic data?”
Now, here is Jenkins argument, which I'll address another time: