This idea that God could simply come here 2 thousand years ago and all reality would be established does not go along with historical record or reason as God Incarnate showed up many times throughout history. Without the incarnation of God, our very existence would have been lost. Remember when the we read in the book of John that in the beginning was the word and the word was God and nothing was made without him? That in no way means God's incarnated part "the word" became incarnate for one instance, made everything and then disappeared for thousands of years to be born as a baby in Bethlehem. Over and over our Creator established an incarnate self that holds together and interacts with our reality, talks to people, lives in this reality, and on one rare occasion he became a "normal" man to establish a needed miracle. This book tries to trace a tiny bit of the incarnation of God. Two of the main incarnations described in the Bible and associated books is a priest called Melchizedek and the incarnation "through" man called Jesus. While you probably have a pretty go feeling of what the current Bible says, so I will add in Mandaean, Gnostic, Essene, Greek, Zoroastrian, Incan, Persian, African tribal, Hopi, Egyptian, Indian, Babylonian, Anglo/Saxon, Yezidi, Muslim, Roman, Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha Biblical details, and Jewish historical/religious works along with scientific research and physical artifacts that will expand our understanding and assurance of truth.