Is the ancient religions of Egypt the origins of the Judean-Christian theologies?
Baptism, Salvation, Resurrection, Virginal Birth, Virginal Mother, Messiah, Princple of Good vs. Evil, Judgement Day, Reincarnation, 10 Commandments, Ark of the Covenant, Monotheism, and the "Father of the Gods."
Akhenaten threw away the long history of Egyptian belief to follow faith in a single deity, the Aten. Historians, scholars, and religions today argue the effects the pharaoh had on later monotheistic religions if any. With another speculative theory thrown into the mix, this article gives additional insight into this controversy. read more
by Kris 4 years ago
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