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Table Of Contents

1.2.3 A Former Dominican Friar and His Beliefs
1.2.4 Religious Domination Over Science
1.2.5 From Religious Heretic To Sainthood
1.3 The Mutual Benefts Between Church and State
1.4 Monotheistic Religions Worship the Same God
1.5 To Bury the Past is a Dishonest Act
1.6 A Father Seeks to Reveal Truths to All
2.0 An Overview of Egyptian History
Figure 2-1. Signifcant Periods of Egyptian History
2.1 We Use the Egyptian Calendar Everyday
2.2 Development of Spiritual Beliefs
2.2.1 From Nomad Hunters to Civilized Communal Life
Figure 2-2. A Symbolic Drawing Dated 70,000 BCE
Figure 2-3. A Physical View of the Sahara Desert
2.2.2 The Earliest Settlers, the Tasians
2.2.3 Ancestors of the Predynastic Egyptians
2.2.4 Development of the Predynastic Period
2.2.5 The Gerzean Culture Dominates
2.2.6 Nubians, the Stimulus for Egypt’s Unity
3.3 The Creation Concept and the God Atum-Re
3.4 Concept of a Soul
3.4.1 The Ka, the Living Soul of an Entity
Figure 3-2. Symbol of a Ka Worn by a King
Figure 3-3. Cursive Hieratic Script that Identifes King Ka
3.4.2 The Ba, the Soul After Death
Figure 3-4. The Ba of the Pharaoh Tutenkhamon
3.4.3 The Heavenly Being and Spiritual Body
3.5 Concept of a Hereafter
3.5.1 The Osiris and Seth Dichotomy
3.5.2 The Concept of Resurrection
3.5.3 Heaven On Earth In the NetherWorld
3.6 Egyptian Morality and the Ten Commandments
Table 3-1. Part A of the Protestation of Guiltlessness. 3
Table 3-2. Part B of The Protestation of Guiltlessness. 5
Table 3-3. The Ten Commandments and Egyptian Law
3.7 The Son of God Concept
3.7.1 Horus, a Principal, Primeval God
3.7.2 The King Becomes Son of Horus
Table 3-4. First Dynasty Kings Named after Horus
3.7.3 Power Exerted by the Kings
Figure 3-6. The Front and Back of the Narmer Palette
Table 3-5. Inhuman Deaths by the Kings and Priesthood
3.7.4 The Kings as Gods in Heaven
3.7.5 Pharaoh Becomes God of the Heavens and Earth
4.0 Father of the One God Concept
4.1 Amenhotep IV Becomes Ikhnaton for His God
Figure 4-1. The Egyptian Empire in the New Kingdom
4.1.1 Ikhnaton’s Temples and Hymns to Aton
4.1.2 The Naivety of Ikhnaton
4.2 The Ignoble End of Ikhnaton’s Reign
5.0 Power of the Priesthood
5.1 Wealth and Power of the Amon Priesthood
5.1.1 The Extensive Wealth of the Priesthood
5.1.2 Egypt’s Ruling Priest, Amenemopet
Table 5-1. Chronology of Egyptian Kings
5.1.2.1 Amenemopet is followed by Siamon
Figure 5-3. Territories of Israel During Solomon’s Reign
5.1.2.2 Did Amenemopet Assist the Israelites?
5.2 Amenemopet and Hebrew Scripture
Figure 5-4. Amenemopet Rules During David and Solomon
5.2.1 The Sharing of Egyptian Scripture
5.2.2 A Natural Coincidence
6.0 Amen, the Universal God
6.1 Amen, a God and a Revered Word
6.1.1 So be it
6.1.2 Amen, a Revered God
6.1.3 The Origin of Amen
6.1.4 The Pyramid Texts
6.1.5 The Attributes of Amen
6.1.5.1 Amen, the Universal God
6.1.5.2 Amen, the God of Creation
6.1.5.3 Amen, God of War
6.1.5.4 Amen, God of Perception
6.1.5.5 Amen Heals and Responds to Prayer
6.1.5.6 Amen, God of Mercy
6.1.5.7 Amen, the Just of Councils
6.1.5.8 Amen, the Lord of Truth
6.1.5.9 Amen, God of Righteousness and Justice
6.1.6 The Attribute of Love
Table 6-1. Is Love in the Ten Commandments? 2
Figure 6-1. The Egyptian Symbol of Truth
7.0 Egyptian Roots of the Jewish Religion
Figure 7-1. Sumerian and Semitic Cities Close to Egypt
7.1 Did Abraham Support the Hyksos?
Table 7-1. Source Data of Hebrews 430 Years Sojourn
Figure 7-2. Timeline of Israelite 430 Years Sojourn
7.3.1 What Do We Know About Moses?
Figure 7-3. Hebrew Events During the Reign of the Pharaohs
7.3.2 The Impulsive Sins of Moses
7.4 Judaism has its Roots in the Egyptian Religion
7.4.1 In the Beginning
7.4.2 O Lord, How Manifold Are Thy Works!
7.4.3 How Original Are the Ten Commandments?
7.5 Evolution of the Hebrew Testament
7.5.1 The Biblical Contributions by King Josiah
7.5.2 The Finalized Bible by Ezra and Nehemiah
7.6 Judaism Conceived the Holy Spirit
8.0 Catholicism Evolves from Judaism
8.1 What Events Initiated Writing of the Gospels?
Table 8-1. Jews Slain and Captured in Jewish-Roman War
8.2 The Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John
8.2.1 The Gospel of Mark
8.2.2 The Gospel of Matthew
8.2.3 The Gospel of Luke
8.2.4 The Gospel of John
8.3 The Word of God
8.4 Son of God and His Message
8.5 Concept of Salvation
8.6 Other Sons of God
8.7 Concept of the Trinity
8.8 Born in Sin is a Blasphemous Doctrine
8.9 Jesus refers to Himself as Son of God in John
Figure 8-1. Jesus uses Son of God only in John
9.1 The Religious Arabian Culture prior to Islam
9.2 Who was Muhammad?
9.3 The Qur’an was Imparted by an Angel of God
9.3.1 What the Qur’an Reveals
Table 9-1. The Ten Commandments in the Qur’an
9.3.2 Muhammad Uses the Qur’an to Spread Islam
9.4 Islam Spreads by Conquering Other Countries
9.4.1 Muslim Conquests under the First Caliph
9.4.2 Muslim Conquests under the Second Caliph
9.4.3 A Muslim Empire by the 4th
9.5 The Qur’an, its Beauty and its Flaws
Table 9-2. The ‘Loves’ of God in the Qur’an
10.0 God of Future Generations
10.1 Need to Revise and Improve Religious Beliefs
10.2 Conclusions and Recommendations
Figure 10-1. Scripture Evolves as Man Gains Knowledge
10.3 Revisions Needed in the Holy Scriptures
10.4 Revelation, Jesus Christ, and Amen
10.4.1 The Acknowledgement of Amen by Jesus Christ
10.4.2 Today’s World Needs a Religious Renaissance
10.5 Sons and Daughters of God
Epilogue
Bibliography
Index
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Until the publication of this book, the civilized world has been deprived of a legacy that religious leaders have given little, if any, acknowledgment. This book informs people about the creation of the Egyptian God Amen. If you have used the word Amen in
Until the publication of this book, the civilized world has been deprived of a legacy that religious leaders have given little, if any, acknowledgment. This book informs people about the creation of the Egyptian God Amen. If you have used the word Amen in

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