I recommend this book to every person who would rather learn from evidence, than from stories. While religious stories from the distant past often invoke awe and deep spirituality for a lot of people, these same people should not necessarily ignore the sources of these sacred stories. In this book, the author does not tell Christians to stop believing in Christ, nor does he tell those who are inspired by the life stories of Jesus Christ, Moses and David to stop being inspired. What he does in the book is reveal information that has been deliberately hidden by those who do not want people to know from where their deep spirituality and beliefs originated. Egypt. The author presents for us facts about the Bible and Egyptian history from numerous sources with explanations, and references that people can go verify on their own, rather than a "believe what I preach, because that is just the way it is" sort of dictatorship. When evidence is laid out, it is difficult to deny, even for the skeptical, and for the biased Egyptologist. When ancient Egyptian history is compared with the Biblical stories that came later, and also compared with Greek history and mythology, the evidence is clear. In the book, one will discover the truth about fundamental entities such as the Ten Commandments, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrews in Egypt, Biblical passages, and the major impact of Egypt on today's societies. Read with an open mind what the author had researched and uncovered about the original and Biblical stories of Jesus, Moses, David, and read about Ausar (Osiris), Aset (Isis), Heru (Horus) and Set (Satan). The book is not a threat to anybody's religion. It just tells the history as it was. People have often attempted to rewrite history, but they cannot change history. Whether truth is accepted or rejected, it will always be truth, and will eventually be revealed.