By Richard A. Gabriel Ph.D.
Gabriel deals a startling new examine Judaism and Christianity by way of trying to hint their ancient theological roots, to not the revelations of God, yet to the typical theological ancestor, the religions of old Egypt. utilizing new fabric only in the near past made on hand by way of archaeology, Gabriel exhibits how the theological premises of Christianity have been in lifestyles 3 thousand years ahead of Christ and the way the heresy of Akhenaten grew to become the resource for Moses' Judaism.
Gabriel starts off with the problem that the sunrise of man's moral sense of right and wrong begun in Egypt through 3400 BCE, lengthy sooner than the age of revelation within the West. Over the process 3000 years, Egyptian theologians built an entire theology of trinitarian monotheism, immortality of the soul, resurrection, and a autopsy judgment in the Osiris fable. those techniques existed nowhere else within the old global and have been handed on to Christianity. In 1200 BCE, the heretic pharaoh Akhenaten deserted Egyptian culture and invented his personal theology of a unmarried god, no immortal soul, no resurrection, and no autopsy judgment. this practice was once handed to the West via Moses whose Judaic theology is the same to Akhenaten's.
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Gods of Our Fathers: The Memory of Egypt in Judaism and Christianity (Bibliographies and Indexes in Afro-American and African Stud) by Richard A. Gabriel Ph.D.