The Bible Myth: The African Origins of the Jewish People

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Citadel Press, 2003 - 308 pages
First published in 1998, the Bible Myth was,acclaimed for its scholarship and insight.,Examining the troubling questions of why ancient,Israel has no archaeological or documentary,presence prior to and just after the Exodus from,Egypt, Greenberg asks who were the earliest,Israelites, where did they come from and under,what circumstances did they come to power in,Canaan? Challenging conventional wisdom in this,field, he posits a radical new model for the study,of biblical Israel. Provocative, polemical and,erudite, this is essential reading.

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Despite the misleading subtitle, the principal thesis of this work by Greenberg, a trial attorney and president of the Biblical Archaeology Society of New York, is simply that the monotheistic ... Read full review

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Very informative. I liked how Greenberg connected the Sea Peoples to some of the Israelite tribes especially Shekelesh, which coordinates with the Egyptian proof of captivity.

Contents

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IV
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90
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Gary Greenberg is an author and a practicing psychotherapist. He lives in Connecticut.

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