on 24 December 2011
This is one of my facourite books - it is full of great thinking and research and as always, Ralph Ellis is joining more dots that most other historians. Nobody can get it 100% right but Ralph gets further than most.
More facts here than in the Bibles (Pentateuch and Paulianity), he does an amazing job.
on 15 August 2008
This book has many shocking elements to it, however just when you think Ralph's ideas are a bit radical once again the evidnce is plain to see. Translating the bible from hebrew to ancient egyptian reveals much, however a logical assesment of the order of events, and comparisons to historical evidence also leads to inescapable conclusions that will have you smiling.
Only one or two minor errors in his theories in this book however these are mostly cleared up in his other book; Eden in Egypt.