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eBook Secrets of the Exodus: The Egyptian Origins of the Hebrew People ePub

by Roger Sabbah,Art Banta,Lois Banta,Messod Sabbah

  • ISBN: 1581153198
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Roger Sabbah,Art Banta,Lois Banta,Messod Sabbah
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Helios Press (January 2004)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1212 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1551 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 393

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Roger Sabbah and Messod Sabbah are brothers and the descendants of a long line of rabbis and chief rabbis. Thirdly, 90% of this book makes sense.

Roger Sabbah and Messod Sabbah are brothers and the descendants of a long line of rabbis and chief rabbis. The authors both live in Paris. Ok I will say it, those that don't like it, are probably a little upset that people of color (the Egyptians) were actually their beloved bible characters. Also the Egyptian hieroglyphics almost totally match the letters to a ". (I read Hebrew so I know thay match and mean similar things. This book is an eye opener.

Art and lois banta Could the historical exodus have provided the basis for the Book of Exodus? This is the question posed by this book.

Gods, People, and Places. Since Egyptian writing did not have vowels, there are alternative spellings for many of the names of pharaohs, gods, and places. The second book of the Bible, the Book of Exodus, tells the story of how 600,000 male slaves, accompanied by "a great multitude," including their wives and children went from Egypt to Canaan. In all, some two million people - men, women, children, plus another "multitude" - are reported to have made the journey. Could the historical exodus have provided the basis for the Book of Exodus? This is the question posed by this book.

Secrets of the Exodus book. The idea that Moses et al. were (Egyptian) followers of Akhenaten, the pharaoh who temporarily imposed monotheism on Egypt, is a plausible one.

Secrets of the Exodusis a controversial, thought-provoking guide guaranteed to shake many beliefs both in the Jewish and Chirstian communities. First published in France in October, 2000, it sold more than 53,000 copies

Secrets of the Exodusis a controversial, thought-provoking guide guaranteed to shake many beliefs both in the Jewish and Chirstian communities. First published in France in October, 2000, it sold more than 53,000 copies.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Secrets of the Exodus: The Egyptian Origins. Publisher: Helios Press. Publication Date: 2004. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. About the Author: Roger Sabbah and Messod Sabbah are brothers and the descendants of a long line of rabbis and chief rabbis. Over a half-million quality used, rare,and out-of-print books and magazines.

Messod Sabbah, Roger Sabbath. This fascinating reference fuels the passionate debate about the biblical Exodus with a provocative thesis: Not only was Moses an Egyptian but so were the Hebrew people who followed him to Canaan. Through linguistic, philologic, and religious explorations, the authors prove that the Chosen People were not slaves from a foreign country but high-ranking Egyptian priests and the adherents of the monothiest pharaoh Akhenaton. During a counterrevolution against monotheism, his followers were forced to move to the Egyptian province of Canaan.

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This is Messod and Roger Sabbah's mindblowing book Secrets of the Exodus - The Egyptian Origins of the Hebrew People (2004) which sets out to prove a most startling thesis that the Hebrew people of the Old Testament were actually Egyptians and followers of the pharaoh.

This is Messod and Roger Sabbah's mindblowing book Secrets of the Exodus - The Egyptian Origins of the Hebrew People (2004) which sets out to prove a most startling thesis that the Hebrew people of the Old Testament were actually Egyptians and followers of the pharaoh Akhenaten, whose belief in one God overturned traditional beliefs in Ancient Egypt

of the Hebrew People .

Secrets of the Exodus: The Egyptian Origins of the Hebrew People .

This fascinating reference fuels the passionate debate about the biblical Exodus with a provocative thesis: Not only was Moses an Egyptian but so were the Hebrew people who followed him to Canaan.Through linguistic, philologic, and religious explorations, the authors prove that the "Chosen People" were not slaves from a foreign country but high-ranking Egyptian priests and the adherents of the monothiest pharaoh Akhenaton. During a counterrevolution against monotheism, his followers were forced to move to the Egyptian province of Canaan.Secrets of the Exodus is a controversial, thought-provoking guide guaranteed to shake many beliefs both in the Jewish and Chirstian communities.• First published in France in October, 2000, it sold more than 53,000 copies• Selected as the "best book of the year 2000 in religion" by Amazon France

Comments

Aradwyn Aradwyn
Excellent book. Don't read it if you want to stay in your myth state. First, it opens with a review and praise by a notable, respected Rabbi. Secondly, the authors come from a long line of scolars and Rabbis. Thirdly, 90% of this book makes sense. There are footnotes to the references at the end of EVERY chapter that you can research yourself. Ok I will say it, those that don't like it, are probably a little upset that people of color (the Egyptians) were actually their beloved bible characters. Also the Egyptian hieroglyphics almost totally match the letters to a "T." (I read Hebrew so I know thay match and mean similar things.) This book is an eye opener. Remember, Freud postulated this theory also, as many others did.
AB= Father (Abba) + Ra (Sun God Ra) + Ham (hammetic peoples) = Abraham. Sorry, but it is what it is!
Corgustari Corgustari
We live in a world tied in blind faith. Every book that comes up, every scientific study that brings proven historical background, provokes a commotion in this world. The truth always hurts. Nice job and I'm sad to know that broadcasters are boycotting this scientific and historical study, just because it tells the truth.
Monam Monam
A book referenced in history summaries. Very insightful and carefully presented with evidence. A bit more imaginative than substantiated in the final chapter on the Masai.
Winawel Winawel
Please be aware that this book is the same as the Did the Pharaohs Write the bilble. Since the covers are different and the Title different I thought they were two different books and bought both of them.
Manazar Manazar
...sort of bomshell on the conventional wisdom!
Authis Authis
I have been looking for this sort of explanation of the unexplainable for decades. Although some of the suggestions and ideas may be slightly incorrect, or maybe not, it is still the best explanation I have ever read concerning the subject of the Exodus, Abraham, Moses, and all those other people that I read about when I was a child sitting in church. I saw the inconsistencies and contradictions and wondered. I have been searching for the rest of my life for a reasonable approach to the bible. It is a book that I will read over and over again and keep in my library. I like it because IT MAKES SENSE!
Gela Gela
Got this book for my dad and he was really pleased. Very interesting reading I was told. I am happy that he is happy!
an intriguing alternative examination of where monotheism came from, and how it might have got to where it is.