The Prophet and the Pharoah - eBook
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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2011
Two ancient cultures meet. Two nations clash. The recent updating of Egyptian chronology puts a new slant on the history of Egypt and Israel. Moses and Hatshipsut are raised as brother and sister and then grow up to become leaders of these two nations. From palace privilege to desert deprivation, the character of Moses is forged. While Moses, the Prince of Egypt, turns his back on the throne, his sister, Hat dreams of becoming Pharaoh. How this unique woman overcomes personal tragedy and loss to rule successfully for twenty years the most advanced civilization of her time is a fascinating story. Fast forward to the early 20th century. Imagine the excitement when out of the murky depths of King Tots tomb emerged the magnificent golden throne of that short lived ruler, a descendant of Hatshepsut. The Prophet and the Pharaoh takes us back to1446 B.C. with the account of Moses emerging from the spiritual darkness of polytheistic Egypt to reveal to the world a gleam of gold The Golden Rule, embedded in the Ten Commandments.
Carol Corwin Bekendam is a clinical psychologist, in Claremont California. She lives in Upland with her husband, Pete. Together they raised a family of four, along with five foster children on their dairy ranch in Chino Hills. During that time, Carol started a prison visiting program at a nearby womens prison. With her husband, she founded Crossroads, a halfway house for female parolees. Carol is a long-time Bible teacher, having taught in her church, and in the community. She enjoys art and travel as well as writing. The Prophet and the Pharaoh was inspired by a trip to Egypt and discussions with an Egyptologist in 2009. This is her first novel. Carols short story, Senior Moments will soon be published in Hot Chocolate For Seniors. Currently, Dr. Bekendam is at work on a book about her experiences with prisoners and their children.
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